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New charges may be filed in skeet shooting case

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A man who was shot while skeet shooting with friends at the Forest Grove Baptist Church in October died today. He was allegedly shot by Patrick McCall, who randomly fired shots in the direction of the church to stop the skeet shooters. As Florida’s 89.1, WUFTFM’s Paula Cunniffe reports, his death could result in new charges being filed against McCall.

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