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    Health Care Reform Fistfight Results in Not Guilty Verdict

    UPDATE: Health Care Reform Fistfight Results in Not Guilty Verdict « CBS St. Louis
    Health Care Reform Fistfight Results in Not Guilty Verdict

    Almost two years after the national uproar over health care reform, a jury has acquitted two labor union activists accused of assaulting a man selling conservative buttons outside a Cogressman Russ Carnahan town hall forum...

    ...“Finally after two years of lies and distortion the jury got to hear the truth,” Molens said. “They got to see the evidence that wasn’t on Ann Coulter or some right wing blogs, and within 40 minutes they acquitted us.”

    The alleged beating victim, Kenneth Gladney, left the court house dejected. “I waited two years for justice and didn’t get it,” Gladney said, “I have to live with this for the rest of my life. I have to live with the fact that they beat the hell out of me for no reason.”
    And another frivolous lawsuit from the rightwing bites the dust
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    Re: Health Care Reform Fistfight Results in Not Guilty Verdict

    Yeah I see that the rightwing noise machine is kinda quiet about this.
    The jury deliberated about 40 minutes before returning with their verdict.
    Looks like it didn't take the jurors long to see what most everybody else saw.
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