Perhaps the reason for the vicious attack on Senator Rand Paul has finally been discovered. The Senator was mowing his own lawn (I Know, Right?!) when he was tackled from behind by his neighbor, Rene Boucher. Mr. Paul suffered six broken ribs and lacerations on his lungs.
Senator Paul has said that he has never had harsh words with his neighbor and has no clue as to why the attack. It has now been revealed that the neighbor, Rene Boucher, has been trying to sell his house for ten years. In this upscale subdivision, his house is the one house that does not have a scenic view of the lake. Senator Paul’s lot has a wooded area blocking the view. Is this the answer? Read on.
As Written Ben Ashford for the Daily Mail:
The ‘socialist’ doctor charged with cracking Senator Rand Paul‘s ribs in a crunching blindside tackle may have harbored a secret grudge against his GOP neighbor for spoiling his lakeside views and ‘devaluing’ his home, DailyMail.com can reveal.
Rene Boucher, 59, told Paul in the wake of the mauling that he hadn’t been able to sell his $740,000 house for ten years because the congressman’s trees were ‘in the way’.
It’s believed Boucher was referring to woodland at the back of Paul’s property that blocks the doctor’s views of the picturesque private lake that forms the centerpiece of their upscale gated community.
Friends say it could explain why the retired anesthesiologist has failed to find a buyer for his five-bedroom, 1.36-acre home which is nonetheless described on property websites as ‘overlooking’ the desirable water feature.
Boucher’s alleged grievance was relayed to the media by another of Paul’s neighbors, Alicia Stivers, the first person who saw the bloodied and dazed lawmaker after the November 3 assault in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
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