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KANSAS CITY (MISSOURI) (TIP): A Missouri man, criticized after he killed an albino deer that had been a community favorite, said on December 11 he would have the aging animal stuffed and would give away the meat to a needy family. Jerry Kinnaman, 40, said he had seen the deer around Cape Girardeau, Missouri, for years and refrained from shooting it because a neighbor enjoyed watching it. He killed it on Tuesday with a bow and arrow, he said. “He really hadn’t been on my property enough for me to actually hunt him,” Kinnaman said in a telephone interview. “This year he started showing up again periodically. I knew I had a chance.” The 10-point buck was about 7-1/2 years old, thin and probably near the end of its life expectancy, he said. Kinnaman said he could understand the outcry generated after he posted his kill of the locally famous deer on Facebook, and an article ran in the Southeast Missourian newspaper

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