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July 27, 2006

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Psycho Poacher: Game thief convicted of 2nd-degree murder

Kansas poacher Gene Bitler, accused of stabbing Marvin Macy last November as the Clay County farmer interrupted him while killing deer illegally, has been found guilty of 2nd-degree attempted murder, as well as a number of game violations. According to Macy, Bitler pursued him in a drunken rage, stabbed him numerous times, and left him bleeding on the roadside. Bilter blamed “fear and panic” for his actions, but admitted, "Yes, in my heart I felt I'd hurt this man. I didn't know how bad," He will be sentenced Sept. 5th, and will likely face between 55 and 247 months in prison. The Clay Center Dispatch story below details the disturbing story.
http://www.zwire.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=16952549&BRD=1160&PAG=461&dept_id=190958&rfi=6

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