Skip to comments.Re-enactor at heart of Hill City shooting has criminal history (South Dakota)
Posted on 07/12/2011 1:36:21 PM PDT by rellimpank
The Summerset man who fired a loaded gun during a re-enactment of a shootout last month in Hill City that wounded three tourists is a convicted felon who has been arrested at least 15 times since 1982.
Paul Doering, 49, spent more than 50 months in Minnesota prisons for six felony convictions, according to the Minnesota Department of Corrections.
Pennington County authorities determined that the bullets that injured Jose Pruneda, 52, of Alliance, Neb., Carrol Knutson, 65, of Birchwood, Minn., and John Ellis, 48, of South Connellsville, Pa., on June 17 came from Doerings gun.
Three of four bullets fired during the Old West shootout performed by the Wild Bunch Reinactors were recovered
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Getting little bit too realistic there, guys.
Felons are our number one export here in MN.
Paint balls or wax bullets?
Real bullets, I believe.
I think they could have found an unemployed veteran that would have done the job safely.
A gen-u-wine real “hold muh drug-laced Billy Beer and watch this” moment. Even the redneck skeet shooting (in which the participants take turns playing the skeet with the aid of some kind of Wile E. Coyote trebuchet contraption) is carried out with paintball. I could understand why no sane chamber of commerce would want to have any part in this “re-enactment.”