Motive mystery in Rand Paul attack: Neighbor's lawyer says it had 'nothing to do' with politics

November 6, 2017
The attorney for the man accused of violently attacking Sen. Rand Paul in his own yard said Monday that the clash had “absolutely nothing to do” with politics and was a dispute over something “trivial” – deepening the mystery over what led to the attack that left the Republican senator with five broken ribs.

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