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'Wounded' Brazeau back online

Senator Patrick Brazeau leaves after being processed before leaving the courthouse in Gatineau, Quebec February 8, 2013.

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BRIGITTE PELLERIN | QMI AGENCY

OTTAWA - Independent Sen. Patrick Brazeau is back online, two weeks after disappearing from social networks Facebook and Twitter following his arrest.

The once-prolific Twitter user, who goes by the handle @TheBrazman, appeared to have ditched his Facebook and Twitter accounts after being charged with assault and sexual assault on Feb. 8.

"I'm wounded not, but I'm not slain," he wrote on Twitter and Facebook Thursday night. "I'm brusied (sic) and faint they say Just let me lie and bleed awhile; I'll not be long this way."

Prime Minister Stephen Harper kicked Brazeau out of the Conservative caucus upon news of his arrest and the Senate put him on paid leave last week.

He is out on bail and due back in court March 22.

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