Hunters on trial in SW France over killing of man 'mistaken' for boar


Two men have stood trial in south-west France on manslaughter charges for the killing of 25-year-old Morgan Keane, who was shot on his property during a boar hunt.

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Two hunters accused of the manslaughter of a young man mistaken for a boar have stood trial in the French town of Cahors in a case that also puts the wider culture and safety of French hunting in the dock, reports The Guardian.