REPORT: Rand Paul’s attacker makes admission
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The neighbor who attacked Sen. Rand Paul over lawn clippings admitted this week that as he saw the Kentucky senator cleaning up his yard, “I lost it and became irate.”
Rene Boucher, in a deposition in a lawsuit filed by Paul, added, “What I did was wrong, and I’m sorry I did it.”
The article goes on to state the following:
In November 2017, as Paul was working on his yard, Boucher tackled the senator, causing six broken ribs and extreme pain.
Boucher, whose trial begins Jan. 28, said that he had been angry with Paul’s landscaping for years. He cited a brush pile on their property line that got bigger every year. When he couldn’t sell his house, he blamed Paul’s yard.
“What I did was wrong, and I’m sorry I did it,” admitted Rene Boucher several times on Monday at his deposition in civil court. https://t.co/fC4TyQ7wWj
— Kelly Dean (@kellydeannews) December 3, 2018
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