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Read this: Harry Whittington, of the infamous Dick Cheney hunting trip, speaks


(Nuri Vallbona for The Washington Post)

It's been four years since Harry Whittington got accidentally peppered with lead by then-VP Dick Cheney, and he's finally talking now, to our colleague Paul Farhi. His injuries were way more serious than we thought of the time -- not just scores of wounds and a mild heart "event," but also a collapsed lung, invasive surgery, and a near-blow to his carotid, which could have killed him. He still has the blood spattered safety-orange vest. Details from the accident report suggest some rather unsafe practices at the hunt. And did Cheney ever apologize? Well, go read the story already!


Since Dick Cheney shot him, Harry Whittington's aim has been to move on

By The Reliable Source  | October 14, 2010; 2:00 PM ET
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OMG don't vote republican they are so evil like Cheney.

The Journolists at WaPo are pathetic dragging out everything they can to cheerlead the left this election.

Posted by: Cryos | October 14, 2010 2:37 PM | Report abuse

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