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Sunday, December 5, 2010

An activist who was acquitted of disorderly conduct for protesting prayer in the state Senate is now suing the State.

That was the protest that got Mitch Kahle arrested during a Senate session in April.

He and his photographer, Kevin Hughes, filed a civil suit against the State, Senate staff and sheriff's deputies.

Among the 14 allegations: assault and battery, false arrest and imprisonment and conspiracy.

A video shot by Hughes shows Senate Sergeant at Arms, Bienvenido Villaflor, allegedly punching the camera.

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