Man shot by US VP Cheney released from hospital

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February 17, 2006 22:04

 
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The lawyer shot by Vice President Dick Cheney during a hunting trip was being discharged from a hospital Friday and told reporters he was deeply sorry for all the trouble Cheney had faced over the past week. Cheney, speaking to the Wyoming Legislature on Friday, also alluded to the shooting as he thanked lawmakers for their half-minute standing ovation, saying the warm greeting was especially welcome "when you've had a very long week." "Thankfully, Harry Whittington is on the mend and doing well," Cheney said.

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