Health-reform rally heckler says he's sorry and scared | The Columbus Dispatch
Good for him! While what he did was wrong. It is good that he can man up and apologize for what he did. My hope is that this incident can be put to rest.The man who berated and tossed dollar bills at a man with Parkinson's disease during a health care protest last week says he is remorseful and scared.
"I snapped. I absolutely snapped and I can't explain it any other way," said Chris Reichert of Victorian Village, in a Dispatch interview.
Any person who is trying to hunt this person down will possibly do a worse mistake than what this guy did in the first place. My hope is that anyone who intends to do this man harm is stopped or stops themselves."I wanted this to go away, but it won't and I'm paying the consequences," Reichert said.
He said he's fearful for his family after reading comments about his actions on the Internet.
"I've been looking at the web sites," he said. "People are hunting for me."