Tuesday, May 05, 2015
Garrison Comments On "Pence Must Go" Sign Brawl: Moving On
WIBC radio talk show host and high profile attorney Greg Garrison briefly mentioned the Indianapolis Star's report yesterday tying him to a physical altercation with a Lockerbie resident on the night of April 17, 2015 when a man matching Garrison's description and driving a vehicle registered in his name allegedly became involved in a brawl with a 43-year old financial advisor who confronted him after witnessing the man pulling up a "Pence Must Go" yard sign that dot the Lockerbie downtown residential neighborhood. According to a police report, the man driving the vehicle registered to Garrison exchanged punches with the 43-year old financial advisor before driving away. When Garrison's radio show opened this morning, Garrison very briefly referenced news reports of the event to say he appreciated the support he received from well-wishers and said he was moving on and not commenting on the matter. He noticeably didn't deny the man involved in the physical altercation was him. According to the police report, a surveillance video captured the incident. The financial advisor chose not to press charges in the case according to The Star. Garrison, a staunch defender of Israel, is broadcasting from Jersualem today.