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Canada Man who shot co-worker with nail gun convicted of assault with weapon

00:11  27 september  2019
00:11  27 september  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

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a man wearing a hat: Shawn Wade Hynes of Trenton, N.S., has been convicted of assault with a weapon and criminal negligence causing bodily harm. © Robert Short/CBC Shawn Wade Hynes of Trenton, N.S., has been convicted of assault with a weapon and criminal negligence causing bodily harm. A Pictou County, N.S., carpenter accused of shooting a co-worker with a nail gun has been convicted of criminal negligence causing bodily harm and assault with a weapon.

Shawn Wade Hynes faced trial over three days last week in Pictou provincial court and was found guilty Thursday by Judge Del Atwood, according to Crown attorney Bill Gorman.

The victim, Nhlanhla Dlamini, testified last week he ran away from Hynes because he didn't feel safe, and was shot in the back with a 3.5-inch framing nail. Dlamini suffered a punctured lung.

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A man accused of shooting a co - worker with a nail gun at a worksite last fall in Nova Scotia's Pictou County is now facing an assault with a weapon charge. Shawn Wade Hynes, of Trenton, N.S., was first charged with criminal negligence causing bodily harm after a 21-year-old man was injured when

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Hynes told the court that the incident that happened at a worksite in Abercrombie was an accident. He said the nail ricocheted.

Gorman said Thursday that Atwood accepted the Crown's theory the act was intentional, and rejected the notion it was an accident.

Gorman said Atwood intends to release a written account of his decision soon.

Hynes is expected back in Pictou provincial court for sentencing on Nov. 15.

"I'll have to conduct some research based upon these facts in determining what is a fit and proper sentence," Gorman said.

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