Dr. Rene Boucher was sentenced to 30 days in jail for attack Sen. Rand Paul earlier this last November.
(Austin Anthony/Daily News/AP, file)
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – U.S. sen Rand Paul sues a neighbor, the added control of Paul as he mowed his yard.
Bowling Green Daily News reports that the complaint filed Friday, seeks compensatory measures, and punitive damages from the neighboring Rene Boucher for the “physical pain and mental suffering” from the November attack.
Boucher says that his actions border were brought by Paul’s multi-stacking yard debris in the vicinity of a common property. Paul suffered several broken ribs. The lawsuit calls Boucher’s actions “unnecessary, cruel, malicious, willful, wanton” with complete disregard for Paul, the rights, life and freedoms.”
The lawsuit charges that Paul has been deprived of “his joy for life” and left with an increased likelihood of injury and disease. It asks you to prevent Boucher from contact with the Paul family, or Boucher “is more … the pattern of stalking and harassment.”
Boucher pleaded guilty, was a member of Congress and sentenced this month to 30 days in jail and a fine of$10,000.
“To the best of my knowledge, sen, Paul, suffered a loss of income, and seems that he said in the future,” Matt Baker, Boucher’s lawyer. “It was in the day of the judgment, that he has no out-of-pocket medical expenses in this case, and sometime after the incident, he told Fox News in an on-camera interview that he has taken prescription pain relievers, and so all that to say, we defend the civil process in the same way as we are all different and see if we can get it fixed as efficiently as possible.”