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Liquid Bail | Out on Bail: Suspected Senate Liquid Attacker: The California woman who was arrested after she allegedly threw a feminine hygiene device containing “what appeared to be blood” onto the floor of the state Senate has been released on bond.

According to the Sacramento Bee, the California woman who was arrests after allegedly throwing a feminine hygiene device. And it’s containing “what appeared to be blood” onto the floor of the state Senate has release on bail.

Liquid Bail | Out on Bail: Suspected Senate Liquid Attacker

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Rebecca Lee Dalelio

Rebecca Lee Dalelio, 43, is take into custody Friday night on suspicion of felony vandalism, misdemeanour battery, and four other counts relates to interfering with official state business, according to the Sacramento Bee.

Also, In the newspaper, it is reported that she posted $10,000 bail and was released from the Sacramento County Main Jail on Saturday, according to records from the sheriff’s department.

Dalelio, according to police, walk out of the gallery and did not resist arrest when she takes into custody. The woman was refers to as a “demonstrator” in the news release, which did not provide a reason for her actions. However, the action came at a time when hundreds of people demonstrated at the state Capitol in opposition to a recently signed state law that seeks to crack down on fraudulent medical exemptions from vaccination requirements.

Midnight Report

Moreover, An unidentified California woman take into custody after throwing a feminine hygiene device. It containing “what appears to be blood” onto the state Senate floor on the final day of the legislative session. Splashing blood on lawmakers and forcing them to finish their work in a committee room, according to the California Highway Patrol.

In the early evening of Friday, at approximately 5:14 p.m., senators had just finished taking a vote when a woman threw a substance onto the Senate floor from the public gallery, stating, “That is for the dead babies.”

However, Rebecca Dalelio, 43, is identifies by the California Highway Patrol as the woman involved in the crash. She is facing a slew of charges, including assault, vandalism, and interfering. It is with “the orderly conduct of official business” at the statehouse.

The Woman As A “Demonstrator”

Dalelio, according to police, walk out of the gallery and did not resist arrest when she takes into custody. The woman refers to as a “demonstrator” in the news release. Which did not provide a reason for her actions. However, the action came at a time when hundreds of people demonstrated. It is at the state Capitol in opposition to a recently signed state law. That seeks to crack down on fraudulent medical exemptions from vaccination requirements.

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