Rand Paul Aide Disputes News Reports, Was a 'Blindside, Violent Attack'

Rand Paul Aide Disputes News Reports, Was a 'Blindside, Violent Attack'

Rand Paul Aide Disputes News Reports, Was a 'Blindside, Violent Attack'

Alicia Stivers says she was the first person to see Paul after the attack. Rand Paul Thursday called an alleged assault by a neighbor on the Kentucky Republican a "blindside, violent attack", disputing reports that the incident resulted from a longtime disagreement over landscaping.

Dr. Rene Boucher, Paul's 59-year-old neighbor, appeared in Warren County Circuit Court Thursday before Judge Brent Potter.

The man charged with tackling his neighbor, Sen.

A pre-trial court date was set for November 30 by Warren County District Judge Brent Potter, ABC News reported. Meanwhile, the defendant is free on a $7,500 bond.

The complicit cowards of the liberal media immediately began doing propaganda on behalf of the attacker after news of the assault became widely reported.

Meanwhile, the senator's injuries are worse than initially thought.

"A medical update: final report indicates six broken ribs & new X-ray shows a pleural effusion".


The senator tweeted Wednesday that he sustained six broken ribs had and fluid buildup around his lungs. "Paul's ribs were broken", Stafford said in a statement. "Senator Paul does have lung contusions now".

Warren County prosecutor Amy Milliken didn't provide any more details but said her office is working with Kentucky State Police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Paul and Boucher have been neighbors for 17 years in a gated community. "The senator's injuries are part of the investigation".

Rob Porter, a friend of the Libertarian former presidential candidate, previously said Paul was tackled when he bent over to move a tree limb while mowing the lawn. "As to reports of a longstanding dispute with the attacker, the Pauls have had no conversations with him in many years".

"It was absolutely and unequivocally not about politics, not about right versus left and not about Democrat versus Republican", Baker said.

The suspect's lawyer, Matthew J. Baker, said the incident was "a very regrettable dispute between two neighbors over a matter that most people would regard as trivial".

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