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Keene mulls graffiti rules following 'chalking' assault
“I’m suffering a definite setback,” he said Wednesday. “A lot of nerve damage.”
Oldershaw said he never grabbed O’Meara’s arm as some have reported, but was arguing with her when he was punched and pushed by a man.
Though police characterized the incident as being a clash between Free Keene and Stop Free Keene, members of both groups said the incident didn’t involve members of either group.
Committee Chairman James Duffy said before the meeting that he believes the assault on Oldershaw and chalking are separate issues.
Whether chalking could be considered graffiti would have to be clarified, he said.
Oldershaw said he is planning to hold a chalking event in Central Square at noon on Saturday.
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