A 17-year next-door neighbor to Sen.
Police arrested Rene Albert Boucher and charged him with fourth degree assault following the incident.
The Blaze, Glenn Beck's online news site, told readers on Sunday that FBI investigators believed "the attack, which occurred Friday afternoon, was politically motivated". This type of injury is caused by high velocity severe force.
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Though the State Police was unable to provide Fox News a timeline for when their investigation will be complete, a spokesman said "it is up to Commonwealth prosecutors" whether Boucher's charges could change from misdemeanor to felony, depending on the severity of Paul's injuries. "It was a very regrettable dispute between two neighbors over a matter that most people would regard as trivial".
Boucher lives next door to Paul and his wife, according to Warren County property records.
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Kentucky State Police say the FBI is investigating to see if the attack was politically motivated, which Boucher's attorney disputed.
It isn't clear when Paul will return to work since he is in considerable pain and is having difficulty getting around.
An arrest warrant obtained by Courier Journal stated that Boucher allegedly "tackled him from behind".
Paul had injuries to his face, "including small cuts to the nose and mouth area", and he was having trouble breathing "due to a potential rib injury".
Kentucky State Police said in a news release Saturday that Paul suffered a minor injuries when Boucher assaulted him at his Warren County home in a gated community on Friday afternoon.
The Daily Caller noted that Boucher had been a registered Democrat and shared a post from his Facebook page "citing left-wing academic Noam Chomsky's criticism of the Republican party".
Rene Boucher's mugshot from the Warren County (Kentucky) jail. He sold his invention on QVC, the home shopping channel.