The stars at night are big and bright...

The stars at night are big and bright...
The stars at night are big and bright...

Sunday, February 8, 2015

Nazi Shot in Jack County (according to a Rushin news report)

JACKISTAN-  (Cherry Rushin reporting) A beautiful sunny Saturday afternoon at the park turned tragic when a WWII reenactor was shot with live ammunition.

The first battle of the day was only just underway when at approximately 1:10 p.m., a cease fire was called. All reenactors were ordered to stop where they were and put their weapons on the ground with chambers open.

A Nazi reenactor received an injury to the stomach from a live round. He was transported by ambulance to Faith Community Hospital.

It was later reported that Scott Fullerton, a man in his forties from the Dallas area, suffered from a “deep graze.” He was to be transported to the hospital in Denton.

Fort Richardson State Park Superintendent Robert Frie said park services inspected all ammunition and weapons to be used in the reenactment that morning.

“Everything that was inspected at 9 a.m. was crimped, blank ammo,” Frie said.

Jacksboro Police Department, Jack County Sheriff’s Office and park officials were continuing their investigation as of this report.

h/t Jacksboro News

Unconfirmed reports one Doug Neidermeyer is a person of interest.

Also a more complete eyewitness report by Combat Kevin.

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