Pool cue attack victim in critical but stable condition

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The victim of an attack at Cactus Jacks night club, Saturday night, remains in critical but stable condition at Royal Inland hospital. Kamloops RCMP say the 28 year old man was hit in the head with a pool cue. The 26 year old man who allegedly hit him has been charged with aggravated assault. He has been released on a 10 thousand dollar bail and made to surrender his passport and promise not to leave the province. 

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