Health-Reform Heckler Says He's Sorry, Scared

Protesters gather near the Capitol in Washington, Saturday, Sept. 12, 2009, during a rally against the president's health care plan and out-of-control spending.   ((AP Photo/Evan Vucci))

(User Submitted) – A scared and remorseful Chris Reichert of Victorian Village, Ohio, has come forward after berating Robert A. Letcher, 60, who suffers from Parkinson's, to apologize for his actions. "I snapped. I absolutely snapped and I can't explain it any other way, he said," adding that this was his first and last political rally. "What I did was shameful," Reichert said. "I haven't slept since that day." He's donated to a Parkinson's group to make amends, but he's also worried for his family's safety. "I've been looking at the web sites," he told the Columbus Post-Dispatch. "People are hunting for me." Read the full article.

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