12/03/2005 | Share this article:link
Controversial Christian evangelist and pro-gun campaigner Peter Hammond confirmed he has been charged with assault after what he said was an anti-Hallowe'en spree with a paintball gun.
Hammond, director of the Cape Town-based Frontline Fellowship, an organisation dedicated to "missionary outreach", said he would appear in the Goodwood Magistrate's Court on December 20.
He said last night that he had not touched the gun that day, and that it was accidentally discharged by his 10-year-old son.
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