Woman Who Assaulted Kellyanne Conway Skates, Charges Dropped

According to the Washington Post the woman who assaulted Kellyanne Conway, just got away with it, as prosecutors in Maryland dropped charges:

Prosecutors in Maryland dropped criminal charges against a woman accused of accosting White House counselor Kellyanne Conway over her political views at a Mexican restaurant near Washington.

In a brief court appearance Monday morning, Montgomery County Assistant State’s Attorney Kathy Knight said the office will not move forward on one count of second-degree assault and another of disorderly conduct that were filed five months ago by Montgomery County police.

At that time, police alleged that Mary Elizabeth Inabinett, 63, of Chevy Chase had been at Uncle Julio’s in Bethesda when she approached Conway from behind, grabbed her shoulders briefly and yelled, “Shame on you!” among other statements. The altercation resulted in Inabinett being removed from the restaurant, according to court documents, and followed a series of incidents in the D.C. area where aides to President Trump were taunted and heckled in public.

A trial had been scheduled to begin Monday. Conway and Inabinett were not in court before Montgomery County Circuit Court Judge Robert A. Greenberg.

In dismissing charges, prosecutors essentially declared that even if they could prove the case, Inabinett would not merit the types of punishment that could flow from a conviction.

Once again we see a double standard of justice being administered, one for Democrats or those who assault Trump supporters and for Republicans.

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