Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Atlantic Audio 3:25 PM AT

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AT03 - (Drunken-Wake-Bite)

NEW GLASGOW, N.S. x-14s. A Nova Scotia man who bit off part of a fellow mourner's nose in a drunken brawl at a wake has been sentenced to six months in jail. Randall Edwin MacLean was convicted of aggravated assault last October. MacLean's lawyer Joel Sellers says that during the sentencing hearing in Pictou provincial court, his client maintained that he did not intentionally bite Paul Gaudet's nose.

("...ultimate innocence.") (SOURCE:The Canadian Press)

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TAG: MacLean was drunk when he arrived at the 2014 wake for his old friend Howard Miller at a house in downtown Pictou, Nova Scotia -- but he wasn't the only one. Judge Del Atwood said almost everyone present was inebriated -- and as will happen sometimes when a group of people have had too much to drink, a disagreement turned into a brawl. …

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