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Thread: Thugs Attack: Young Romnet supporter beaten, hospitalized

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    Re: Thugs Attack: Young Romnet supporter beaten, hospitalized

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    This sounds much like the story four years ago about the woman who was attacked and somebody marked up her face because she supported McCain.

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    And that 'story' broke in late October two weeks before the presidential election.
    Doesn't sound at all like the story you linked. This young man had serious injuries to his head- something very unlikely to have been done to himself, by himself. The young woman you refer to had a few facial marks which were self-inflicted, if I remember correctly.
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    Re: Thugs Attack: Young Romnet supporter beaten, hospitalized

    Quote Originally Posted by lizzie View Post
    Doesn't sound at all like the story you linked. This young man had serious injuries to his head- something very unlikely to have been done to himself, by himself. The young woman you refer to had a few facial marks which were self-inflicted, if I remember correctly.
    I agree that it is different. What I meant is that it all came back to me and sounded alike being at the same time in October and all.
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