Last month, that projectile was actually a fist — Sarah Palin and her whole family got involved in a drunken brawl up yonder in Anchorage, Alaska, with shirtless fighting, slut shaming and all kinds of odorous activities.
Ms Sarah also screamed during all the ensuing festivities, “Do you know who I am?” Which led to the reply, “This isn’t some damned Hillbilly reality show!”
The Anchorage Police Department’s report on the incident has been released, and what a shit-kicking, good-time had by all.
Details via the Wonkette and the low-down on the all-neighborhood knock-down.
(Illustration found here).
The police report is pdf and can be found here.
The cop’s narrative:
On arrival I saw that there was a long white limousine parked in the road…and there were several people walking W/B toward the vehicle.
They were leading a WMA to the limo and pushing him in as I approached, appearing intent on keeping him away from me.
I saw he did not have a shirt on and there was blood around his mouth and on his hands and he appeared to have an injury under his left eye, on his upper cheek.
After he got in the limo I walked over and leaned in to the car and asked the subject too step out.
He appeared heavily intoxicated and he acted belligerent at first, but I was able to get him to step out of the car and a female who turned out to be his mother, told him to talk to me.
He came out of the car to talk and was in the presence of his father, Todd Palin, mother, Sarah Palin, and he identified himself as Track Palin.
The police report doesn’t really indicate how the brawl started, unless the fight started via Track, as proposed from a guy named, Brian Horscel:
He says that he feels that Track was the one that started the fight, he said that earlier. He did see Track trying to start a fight with his dad, Todd, and he was about to step in until he found out that it was Todd’s son that was trying to fight him.
And going on, and on… Read the transcripts, hilarious — a family that fights together (and, apparently, each other), stays together.
I posted on the original incident here, and Alaskan blogger Amanda Coyne gathered more-realistic, non-authority witness to the fight, like this: ‘As people were leaving in a cab, Track was seen on the street, shirtless, flipping people off, with Sarah right behind him, and Todd somewhere in the foreground, tending to his bloody nose.’