Paul Condemns Kentucky Attack, Suggests He Knows Stomper’s Identity

Rand Paul’s campaign has officially condemned his supporters for attacking a MoveOn protester outside of the Kentucky Senate debate last night in Lexington. Interestingly, though, his statement suggests that he knows who perpetrated the attack — information which the Lexington police say they’re still looking for.

“The Paul for Senate campaign is extremely disappointed in, and condemns the actions of a supporter last night outside the KET debate,” the statement reads. “Whatever the perceived provocation, any level of aggression or violence is deplorable, and will not be tolerated by our campaign. The Paul campaign has disassociated itself from the volunteer who took part in this incident, and once again urges all activists — on both sides — to remember that their political passions should never manifest themselves in physical altercations of any kind.”

Emphasis ours. About an hour ago, the Lexington police department’s public information officer told me that developments in the case should be forthcoming, but that they still hadn’t identified the men seen on the tape.

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