Nottinghamshire farmer in court over rambler bull death

Paul Waterfall Paul Waterfall was accused of manslaughter by gross negligence

A Nottinghamshire farmer has appeared in court, charged over the death of a rambler who was killed by a bull.

Paul Waterfall, 39, appeared at Nottingham Magistrates' Court accused of manslaughter by gross negligence following the death of Roger Freeman.

The 63-year-old died near the village of Stanford-on-Soar on 12 November 2010. He was walking with his wife, Glenis, who was injured in the attack.

Mr Waterfall was bailed to appear at Nottingham Crown Court on 4 September.

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