Justifiable deer-a-cide!

Prosecutor says Minnesota farmer won't be charged for shooting deer that attacked him

A northwestern Minnesota farmer who made news when he got pummeled by a deer won't be charged with shooting the buck out of season. A conservation officer who investigated the incident sent a report to the county attorney for review, per standard procedure. Norman County Attorney James Brue told the Grand Forks Herald with a chuckle that it was a justifiable shooting, so Mark Christianson won't be charged.
Comment: Why was there any doubt about this?

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