Former afl west coast eagle daniel kerr pleads guilty vro breach of peace after shooting bird
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“I think it’s devastating,” said Krummen, who has spent much of his life in prison. “I felt like a coward for what I did…. They’ve put my family through this, so they need to learn from my mistake.”
The shooting happened along the Santa Clara River in Oakland at 11:20 p.m. April 19, 2008, Krummen said.
“We’ve got kids now and we’re all doing OK,” he said, adding that he hopes the loss of his wife and two young children “gets the love and attention we deserve.”
He had been working at a local construction company, but was suddenly laid off because of bad management.
Afl, the club Krummen founded as a teen in the late ’70s, had begun offering membership as part of its fledgling Eagle Flight training program.
During the evening before he was to attend classes, Krummen said he spotted the eagle standing on the banks of the river. Krummen, who was in front of a construction site, had turned around, looking at the eagle and didn’t see the bird immediately, Krummen said.
He thought it was probably some other birds and drove to the site. He r마사지 후기an his car to the bank and saw several more birds, he said.
He then turned in front of a truck so it wouldn’t damage the eagle, he said. The truck then pulled up near the Eagle Flight area, and within seconds Krummen, who is bald, and one of his friends ran to the truck.
The truck backed up as the truck driver33 카지노 backed away, and the two were forced out of their vehicle by some of the men, he said.
That’s when the men got out and tried to stop Krummen. Krummen, a bald eagle at the time, turned his head away and yelled as the bald men reached for their guns.
Krummen said he fired about 20 shots into the animal — including the round which struck its head. He saw the bald men jump out of the vehicle while trying to catch up with their friend, and Krummen said he fired once or twice into the animal’s body as