Trump-loving Senate candidate sues women who charged and arrested him for violating protection order

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By Travis Gettys A U.S. Senate candidate in Vermont has sued the law enforcement officers involved with charging him for violating an abuse prevention order. Kerry Raheb, of Bennington, is charged with one misdemeanor count of violating a protection order related to allegedly stalking a person who was moving an excavator from a road, and the independent Senate candidate started aggressively honking his horn and nearly hit the machine as he drove fast around it, reported the Burlington Banner. The 54-year-old Raheb then stopped his vehicle and yelled “get off my property” to the person, who had…

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