Disabled Participant Offers Argument for Online Hunting A Texas game ranch that offers real-time hunting via the Internet is drawing criticism. Hunters such as Dale Hagberg, an Indiana man paralyzed from the neck down, can shoot animals with a rifle controlled by computer mouse.
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Disabled Participant Offers Argument for Online Hunting

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Disabled Participant Offers Argument for Online Hunting

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Disabled Participant Offers Argument for Online Hunting

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A Texas game ranch that offers real-time hunting via the Internet is drawing criticism. Hunters such as Dale Hagberg, an Indiana man paralyzed from the neck down, can shoot animals with a rifle controlled by computer mouse.

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