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(Reuters)
Rand Paul's alleged attacker pleads not guilty to assault
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Rene Boucher, the man accused of tackling Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and breaking his ribs as he was mowing his lawn, appeared in court Nov. 9 and pleaded not guilty to a fourth-degree assault charge.
Rene Boucher, the man accused of tackling Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and breaking his ribs as he was mowing his lawn, appeared in court Nov. 9 and pleaded not guilty to a fourth-degree assault charge.
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