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Kischnick said his companion hit him in the chest but he was uninjured. He asked the driver to let him out of the car. When the car stopped, the companion got out with him. • Kischnick said his companion was drunk and hit him again and threw her purse at him. He said she kept falling down as they walked down the street. He told police he didn’t push her down; he took her by the collar to try to help her up. But witnesses contradicted his account, telling police there was no way his actions could be mistaken for helping her. • Witnesses also said they saw

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