Leftist Judge Rules: Black Lives Matter is a movement that can’t be sued

A Leftist Judge on Thursday ruled that Black Lives Matter is a Movement that can’t be sued.  He compared BLM to other Movements like the Tea Party and Civil rights movements of the 60’s.

LAWSUIT: A Policeman Anonymously filed a Lawsuit against BLACK LIVES MATTER and DeRay McKeeson a so called “Activist” after being injured by a rock at a Protest in Baton Rouge last Year.

The US District Judge Brian Jackson dismissed the Officers case and ruled that BLACK LIVES MATTER is not an Entity capable of being sued.

On his 24 page ruling the LEFTIST Judge wrote: “Although many entities have utilized the phrase ‘black lives matter’ in their titles or business designations, ‘Black Lives Matter’ itself is not an entity of any sort.”

DERAY MCKEESON: The “Activist” was not accused of throwing the rock that injured the officer’s jaw and teeth, but it claimed he “incited the violence” and “was in charge of the protest,” and that he was seen and heard giving orders.

During a hearing in June, Mckesson’s attorney, Billy Gibbens, said Black Lives Matter doesn’t have a governing body, dues-paying members or bylaws.

“This is a movement, and there isn’t a person who is responsible for it, or the leader or the founder of it,” he told the judge.


Mckesson was one of nearly 200 protesters arrested after Sterling’s shooting death. He was arrested near Baton Rouge police headquarters on a charge of obstructing a highway. The local district attorney declined to prosecute roughly 100 protesters who were arrested on that same charge, including Mckesson.

On today’s ruling the judge also concluded that the officer’s own claims demonstrated that Mckesson “solely engaged in protected speech” at the July 9, 2016, demonstration, which followed the fatal shooting of Alton Sterling, a black man, by a white Baton Rouge police officer.

McKesson said in a statement “It’s clear that I did nothing wrong that day and that the police were the only violent people in the streets,” an he went on to say “The movement began as a call to end violence. and that call remains the same today.”

Donna Grodner: The Officer’s Attorney has argued that Black Lives Matter is an “unincorporated association” that can be held liable for her client’s injuries.

“It’s organized. They have meetings. They solicit money. They have national chapters,” Grodner said. “This shows a level of national organization.”

Grodner also filed a separate suit against Black Lives Matter and Mckesson on behalf of a sheriff’s deputy wounded by a gunman who shot and killed three other law enforcement officers in Baton Rouge last summer. That suit, which is pending before the same federal judge, accuses Black Lives Matter and five of its leaders of inciting violence that led to the deadly ambush.

As of right now the Case ruled in favor of the “GROUP” BLACK LIVES MATTER.

CONCLUSION: The officer whose lawsuit was dismissed is identified only as “Officer John Doe” in the suit, saying the anonymity is “for his protection, because BLACK LIVES MATTER is a TERRORIST Group that Targets our Men and Woman in Blue under the Veil of a Social Movement protected by the Democrats and leftist Judges.



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