Update: Charges Dropped Against Man Who Climbed Tree During VP Debate

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 10/17/2012 8:03 pm
A man who climbed a tree during the Vice Presidential debate and shouted anti-abortion slogans will not face disorderly conduct charges.

That's according the the Advocate-Messenger.

Rives Grogan was arrested in Danville last Thursday.

The Advocate-Messenger says the disorderly conduct charge has been dropped.

But Grogan told the newspaper he plans to have an anti-abortion rally Saturday in front of the Boyle County Courthouse.

He says he's a Minister and he's been arrested about 30 times for protesting gay marriage and abortion.

Grogan also says he says he was arrested for running across the field during a Cincinnati Reds game, just a few days before the debate.
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