Saturday, June 16, 2018

DO YOU NEED MORE PROOFS IN RESPECT TO MY MKULTRA CASE AND NEW GLOBAL NEONAZI ORDER(look no further from this news): Neighbor Who Attacked Sen. Rand Paul Sentenced To 30 Days In Prison

What would you(anti-neonazi) do if your neighbor and whom you consider as "friend" would get you in torture program(MKULTRA - neighbor of Rand Paul was one of the first involved in my case and was used as anesthesiologist) of totally innocent individual(myself) whom he and government have presented to you as a neonazi on what reality surfaces decade and half latter how individual is just an innocent individual used by neonazi US Government to push own neonazi agenda forward !?!??????

Its seem as if this was the case between Rand Paul's neighbor and nonazi Rand paul. Rand Paul's neighbor was violent during MKULTRA abductions, but it seems to me that individual truly was manipulated(innocent individual) in whole matter just as the case was with myself...when Mr. Boucher(I forgive you man - there is such thing as decent/honorable Americans) learned about what went on in reality, Rand Paul's ribs were cracked. Related to

From more than blah blah blah...lies lies and more lies atop of the lies):

The neighbor who attacked Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, breaking six of his ribs, was sentenced to 30 days in prison by a federal court on Friday.

It was a November day in the city of Bowling Green when Rene Boucher, a physician, says he lost his temper over debris that had piled up near the property line between his home and Paul's. When he saw the Republican senator outside, he tackled him — resulting in broken ribs and bouts of pneumonia.

Boucher was released on a $7,500 bond after spending nearly a day at the county jail, NPR's Bill Chappell reported. In March, he pleaded guilty to assaulting a member of Congress.

The prosecutor told the court on Friday that the Paul family is still feeling the repercussions of the attack. Just standing in their yard makes them feel "apprehensive," the prosecutor said, according to the Bowling Green Daily News.

Boucher apologized in court for his behavior. "What I did was wrong and I'm sincerely sorry for what I did," the newspaper reported that he said. "It's not something I'm proud of, I'm embarrassed and I hope (Paul) and his family will one day be able to accept my apology, if possible."

He received a 30-day sentence, in addition to a $10,000 fine, 100 hours of community service and a year of supervised release, the Bowling Green Daily News reported.

Federal prosecutors had sought a prison sentence of 21 months.

U.S. District Judge Marianne Battani called the attack an "isolated incident" that was not spurred by politics, The Associated Press reported.

"I know it's a heavy burden to be a convicted felon, but I hope you can forgive yourself and go on with your life," Battani reportedly told him. "I hope the Pauls can forgive you, but ultimately, that you can forgive yourself."

Paul did not attend the sentencing.

But as for Boucher's prison sentence of 30 days, Paul said, "The original 21-month sentence requested would have been the appropriate punishment."

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