07/23/2016 Get Off The Bs
Black Lives Matter advocates and Al Sharpton were served with a lawsuit accusing them of intention of inciting a race war, but two very well-known instigators attempted to avoid becoming part of the action.
Civil rights activist Al Sharpton and former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holdertried to keep from being served with a complaint accusing these two of speaking anti-police rhetoric to this domestic terror group to incite violence as part of their justification for alleged mistreatment of black people by law enforcement.
DeRay McKesson, BLM founder and co-conspirator, at the same time, appeared to wear the lawsuit as a badge of honor, as he posing for photographs with his process server when he was served at his Baltimore home. Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan was served his court document via a third party at his Michigan home and President Obama was served via U.S. mail, which is standard protocol, documents show. Four other BLM leaders were being being served today.
“These are the brave gladiators of the radical black movement,” spouted attorney Larry Klayman, who is a former federal prosecutor that filed the class action case on for all of the law enforcement community. “They believe and act as if they are above the law, they don’t recognize the courts or any legal process. But this time, they are going to be held legally accountable. Their time is up,” stated the attorney.
Klayman filed uit on Saturday after the five Dallas police assassinations by a domestic terrorist, former Army veteran who was a member of a group who recognizes a radical “black power” ideology. Klayman accused the defendants of intention of inciting violence “with the fiction that police officers and other law enforcement are intentionally and systematically targeting and hunting blacks and other minorities to kill them for no reason other than racism or sport.”
Since the Dallas slayings July 7th, three more officers have died in Baton Rouge on the heels of a BLM uprising.
The Baton Rouge assailant was also a Nation of Islam follower, according to his YouTube channel.
Klayman said “it is ironic that defendants like Sharpton and Holder are willing to provoke harm against police and non-blacks, but won’t stand up for their actions in court.”
“Here you have the former attorney general, the highest law enforcement officer in the nation and this is the respect he shows for our laws,” Klayman said. “Eric Holder opened the door, was served, and just dropped the documents at his feet.”
As for Sharpton: “He was leaving his radio show in New York, when the process server approached him. He ran toward his car to escape,” Klayman said. What a chickenshit; probably thought he was being served for all of the money he owes the IRS and our government.
A server from SameDay Process videotaped the whole thing, as Sharpton was climbed into the back seat of a town car.
“I’ve got some papers for him, Mr. Sharpton, just have some papers for him,” said the process server as he rapidly followed Sharpton but was separated by burly bodyguards.
“Just throw it there,” said a guard, who grabbed the papers and threw them to the ground.
An attempt to contact for comments by the defendants was unsuccessful.
(Klayman was a U.S. Department of Justice prosecutor during the Reagan administration and then went on to form the conservative advocacy groups Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch.)
They all do great work for the People over at Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch!