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MS: Hunter pleads guilty to shooting death of bald eagle in Mississippi

February 20, 2013

From Examiner.com

According to a news release from the U.S. attorney's office, 23-year-old Benjamin Tyler Wallace pleaded guilty Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Aberdeen.
 
The bald eagle was found shot dead in northern Itawamba County on Dec. 2, by another hunter who witnessed the incident and reported it to authorities.
 
Wallace was placed on probation for one year and is prohibited during that time from hunting or being present at any hunting camp during any open hunting season. He also had to forfeit his boat, trailer and two guns.

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