Two Zimbabweans granted bail in death of Cecil the lion
Story highlightsZimbabwean land owner and professional hunter are freed on bailMinnesota dentist says he relied on expertise of local guides "to ensure a legal hunt"Zimbabwe officials say the American paid at least $50,000 to a safari guideTheo Bronchorst, a professional hunter, and Honest Trymore Ndlovu, a landowner, both Zimbabweans, said through their attorney that they were innocent of poaching charges, which officials said could bring a sentence of 10 years in prison.
Zimbabwean authorities said that Walter J. Palmer, a dentist from Minnesota, paid at least $50,000 for the hunt. Palmer has said he relied on the expertise of local guides "to ensure a legal hunt."
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