From AP via Yahoo! News:
The client was a public relations worker who represents the Berkeley County school district, he said. “It’s just bizarre that you disagree with them and it all turns evil,” Hiller said.
No mention as to whether the PR person complained and asked for the firing … this (the campaigns – both of them) has become all too ugly
Last month, Charleston City Council apologized to two protesters arrested for wearing anti-Bush T-shirts to the president’s July 4 rally. The pair were taken from the event in restraints after revealing T-shirts with Bush’s name crossed out on the front and the words “Love America, Hate Bush” on the back. Trespassing charges were ultimately dismissed.