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  1. Tailfeathers

    Tailfeathers Elite Refuge Member

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    ....to that guy that jumped into a warden’s boat and attacked him for hunting in “His” waters? Did it go before a Judge?
     
  2. JD1107

    JD1107 Senior Refuge Member

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  3. JD1107

    JD1107 Senior Refuge Member

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    Slap on the wrist
     
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    bufflehead1 Senior Refuge Member

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    It was a Wildlife Commissioner.

    I can't remember exactly what he got but it wasn't much for all the **** he had done.
     
  5. cprodave

    cprodave Senior Refuge Member

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    Yes there is a thread on NCHUNTANDFISH forum about this--he got a slap on the wrist and loss of NC hunting priveledges for a year or so.

    What I would like to know is whether he found a way to get hunting license in other states(s)???
     
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    Tailfeathers Elite Refuge Member

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    Wow, thats a light sentance. Amazing that the Father sat in the boat and witnessed his son in the first threatening instance and also is found guilty. Like Father, like Son.
     
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    In the thread there is a pretty good explanation regarding the light sentence. I understand the rationale but still have a problem accepting the bottom line.
     

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