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June 18, 2008

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Coyote Bites Turkey Hunter

From the Knox County Times:

As far as Blaine Cardilli is concerned the incident last month with the coyote was not an attack. . . .

What he tells people when he recounts the story is that the adult coyote "jumped" him.

"It was a case of mistaken identity," Cardilli said. "It was not trying to attack me."

Cardilli believes the coyote mistook him for a wild turkey.

Comments

NLkg

If its true that he could have been mistaken for a wild turkey, then he should be lucky that another hunter didnt do so and shoot him.




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