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SHOSHONE COUNTY, Idaho -

The victim of a shooting at a Shoshone County campground is planning to protest his shooter's plea deal. Daniel Hubbard was shot twice at a Graham Creek campsite by Michael Hall.

Hubbard says he and fellow campers invited Hall over for beers and after a long night of drinking Hall became violent and was unwilling to leave. He fell to the ground and as he got back to his feet, Hubbard says he pulled out a gun and fired blindly into the campground.

"I was like, oh my god, he just shot me," says Hubbard.

Hubbard was shot twice. One bullet ripped through his right hand, another hit him in his lower back. He was the only one hit and he's thankful no one else was hurt.

"He fired right past a child into a campground full of children," says Hubbard.

It's because of this, Hubbard says he and others plan on pressing child endangerment charges as well as protesting a potential plea deal, according to court documents.

"I just want him to see him have as much time as possible," says Hubbard.

Hall plead guilty to an aggravated battery charge he's due in court on the 20th where a plea deal will be considered.

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