Saturday, March 19, 2016

Anti-Trump protester arrested for slapping police horse

Will the accused claim that slapping a docile horse is covered by the first amendment?

From the Kansas City Star:
Kansas City police arrested a woman accused of slapping a police horse outside a Donald Trump rally last weekend shortly before officers released pepper spray on a crowd of protesters.

April J. Foster, 29, was arrested about 5 p.m. Friday in the 9200 block of Ward Parkway and charged with abuse of a police service animal. Foster was later released after posting a $500 bond and is scheduled to appear in Municipal Court on May 4.

Police had been searching for the woman who hit the horse.

The horse, named Dan, was hit while officers on horseback attempted to control protesters and keep them out of the street outside a Trump rally March 12 in downtown Kansas City at 13th and Main streets.
Prior to allegedly slapping Dan, the Star reports that the accused first screamed into the face of the horse in an attempt to frighten him.

Only creeps abuse animals.

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