N.Y. state senator slapped by protestor at Quinn rally

08/19/2013 | Daily News (New York) · Daily News (New York)

A protester at a news conference organized by Christine Quinn's mayoral campaign slapped two people on Monday, one of which was Democratic state Sen. Brad Hoylman. The event was organized to highlight Quinn's opposition to the closure of NYC's St. Vincent's Hospital. The altercation came hours after Kim Catullo, Quinn's wife, revealed that the couple has received several death threats during the campaign.

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