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'That should do it'! Here's how ESPN's reportedly handling Keith Olbermann's campaign to make hunter's life 'a living hell'

As Twitchy told you earlier, Keith Olbermann recently tried to recruit his minions to make a Mississippi hunter’s life “a living hell” for the crime of shooting a white turkey — and to get the journalist who wrote about it fired.


People like Stephen Gutowski couldn’t help but wonder how Olbermann’s bosses at ESPN felt about it:

Looks like we’ve got our answer:

They’ve “spoken to him.” Harsh.


Olbermann must be quaking in his boots right about now.

Guess it’s safe to assume he’s not sorry.

Sounds reasonable to us!

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