Man accused of attacking Sen. Paul pleads not guilty

Man accused of attacking Sen. Paul pleads not guilty

Rene Boucher is charged with misdemeanor fourth-degree assault.

The Kentucky doctor who allegedly attacked Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky says he ended up with six broken ribs after a freakish attack by his neighbor last week while he was mowing his lawn. A pretrial hearing was set for November 30. Meanwhile, the defendant is free on a $7,500 bond.

The New York Times, citing neighbors and Republican lawmakers familiar with the incident, reported that the assault stemmed from a landscaping dispute.

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

Paul, who may be unable to serve in the Senate for months while recovering at his Bowling Green home, was not at the hearing Thursday.

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

Paul suffered six broken ribs in the incident.

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A pleural effusion is excess fluid around the lungs. "Paul's ribs were broken", Stafford told CNN on Thursday. "Senator Paul does have lung contusions now". The prosecutor adds that Kentucky State Police and FBI are investigating more serious charges and the possibility of federal and state felony charges.

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.

According to the Bowling Green Daily News, Boucher is an anesthesiologist and pain specialist, and Boucher's attorney's statement noted that he and Paul worked together when they "were both practicing physicians". "The senator's injuries are part of the investigation".

Dr. Rene Boucher admitted to police that he tackled Paul from behind while he was mowing his lawn last Friday.

"As to reports of a longstanding dispute with the attacker, the Pauls have had no conversations with him in many years", he continued.

Boucher's lawyer said Monday that the attack was "a very regrettable dispute" that was "trivial".

"We sincerely hope that Sen".

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