Pastor Paul Dirks Testifies on Canada's Bathroom Bill
Evan Lips, NewBostonPost - 11 May 2017
"NEWTON — A recently released police report corroborates the story relayed to New Boston Post regarding the theft of campaign signs and a spitting episode, an incident that police say occurred after an upset activist crashed a private event where members of the ballot movement to overturn the state’s so-called'bathroom bill' law were meeting.
The incident occurred on Sunday April 30 at a Thai restaurant on Walnut Street, where William Gillmeister, treasurer of the Keep MA Safe coalition, claimed 'a man dressed as a woman' spit on him after being confronted over the theft of signs.
'The party was described as wearing a floral dress, black shoes and glasses,' the report noted.
Adding to the confusion, according to the incident report, was the fact that the alleged perpetrator provided police with her assumed name and not her birth name."