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Re: “Alamance County‚Äôs Notorious Sheriff Hurt His Shin, and He Wants an Anti-Confederate Protester from Durham to Pay for It

This is the guy that circled us in the park last year while with my 1 year old, blocking us from supervising her in a public place. He is violent and has to be stopped. This incident was right after trump was elected, when my family attended the not my president rally after letting our baby visit the playground and apparently my husband being white and having a buzzcut wearing a band t featuring an American flag and tattoos makes him look like a white supremacist. Despite we were just walking around the park with our 1 year old and dog; "Ran Bar-On" took him upon himself to get him and his friends to approach us saying we don't belong in the park and "he's going to keep an eye on us", which is he did with his arms crossed way too much for comfort even while I breast fed my daughter. And despite the dangerous "glass smashing zone" that my daughter who just learned to walk was going towards, he stood there with his buddies like a wall keeping us from her as she went under their legs.
He should absolutely be held accountable for his actions. I have no doubt he's trying to make it seem like he's being unjustly accused but actually did assault this officer.

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Posted by Cat Renner Mohar on 11/22/2017 at 4:58 PM

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