“He had blood coming out of both nostrils and it was covered down his face, dripping on the floor everywhere,” he said. “It was unbelievable that somebody would hit a 79-year-old man. Where is the respect in the world for people like that?”
The suspect, who left before deputies got to the scene, was described as in his 20s, 6 feet tall and 200 pounds.
“To have [my father] knocked out by someone else a lot younger than him, I think he’s pretty humiliated,” said Rennie, adding that McOsker is sleeping all day and swaying in and out of consciousness.
It’s California, so, you know what? I’ll bet they both voted for gun control candidates.
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