h/t The Raw Story via The Gainsville Sun: [media id=2487]   [media id=2488] (thanks to Scarce) U.S. Sen. John Kerry's speech at the University
September 17, 2007

h/t The Raw Story via The Gainsville Sun:

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U.S. Sen. John Kerry's speech at the University of Florida came to a dramatic close Monday, shortly after a vocal audience member was hauled off by police and shot with a Taser gun.

The audience member was preliminarily identified by UF officials as Andrew Meyer, a UF student in the College of Journalism and Communications.

Toward the conclusion of Kerry's UF forum, Meyer approached an open microphone at the University Auditorium and demanded Kerry answer his questions. The student claimed that University Police Department officers had already threatened to arrest him, and then proceeded to question Kerry about why he didn't contest the 2004 presidential election and why there had been no moves to impeach President Bush.

A minute or so into what became a combative diatribe, Meyer's microphone was turned off and officers began trying to physically remove him from the auditorium. Meyer flailed his arms, yelling as police tried to restrain him. Read more...

There are different versions on Youtube, thanks to Scarce for finding this one.

Update: John Kerry has condemned Meyer's arrest.  And shock of shocks, Malkin defends Kerry

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