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New Zealand

13 April 2005

New Zealand Herald

Kawakawa farmer Paul McIntyre walked from Kaikohe Court a free man yesterday after 2½ years defending charges laid against him for shooting and injuring an intruder he caught trying to steal his farm bike one night in October 2002. "Relief" was his one initial word minutes after a judge, in a rare legal move, directed a jury to find Mr McIntyre not guilty on a second charge associated with the incident, without the accused standing trial. Mr McIntyre had already... (GunPolicy.org)

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