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ANTI-TRUMP PROTESTER MARIANA FLORES HIT BY CAR SUES UC SAN DIEGO, CITY OF SAN DIEGO AND STATE OF CALIFORNIA

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  •  Mariana Flores’s lawyer asserted that the university planned, organized and knew the protest was happening for hours and did nothing to stop it.
  • The complaint also lists the University of California Regents, the city and county of San Diego, the state of California, and the driver of the vehicle as defendants in the lawsuit.

 

( The College Fix ) Mariana Flores, a sophomore at UCSD, was demonstrating against Donald Trump’s victory on a busy San Diego freeway when a vehicle hit her. The accident crushed her pelvis, fractured her leg, and caused other serious injuries, reported The Guardian campus newspaper.

Flores, in her suit filed in late November, partly blames campus officials for her injury, arguing they should have stopped the protest before it got dangerous, according to news reports.

In an interview with The Guardian, Gene Sullivan, Flores’s lawyer, asserted that the university planned, organized and knew the protest was happening for hours and did nothing to stop it.

“According to Sullivan, not doing anything and failing to act is legally the same thing as supporting the protest,” the newspaper reported. “Sullivan further alleged that the protest was encouraged by people in positions of authority at the university, and that ‘if anyone that is in authority with the university – a [Residential Advisor] – says ‘let’s go,’ the university would be responsible.’”

The complaint also lists the University of California Regents, the city and county of San Diego, the state of California, and the driver of the vehicle as defendants in the lawsuit.

When asked about the lawsuit by the Los Angeles Times, Sullivan said “We think it’s a case of shared responsibility of the school, Maria and the driver, and we’re not saying that anybody is without fault or fault-free. We think other people bear some responsibility as well.”

In addition, Sullivan explained that if any person representing the university, even if that person is simply a Residential Advisor, encouraged students to go to the protest, then the university would bear responsibility.

 

Read more: http://www.thecollegefix.com/post/40580/

BOOM! TWITTER FACES LAWSUIT FROM RIGHT-WING TRUE PUNDIT, SERVED THEM 14-PAGE CEASE AND DESIST DEMAND THAT SETS STAGE FOR LITIGATION

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Conservative website True Pundit sent left-wing Twitter a 14-page comprehensive Cease & Desist demand that sets the stage for litigation. True Pundit says twitter is  violating various state and federal laws and engaged in acts that arise from a willful intent to silence the site ( and others ) for their conservative political views.  

 

THOMAS PAINE OF TRUE PUNDIT TWEETS BELOW:

 17 Nov 2017:

Our lawyers in San Francisco served Twitter Jack & Counsel today with a Cease & Desist for many legal infractions … Much more on that to come later. We’ll give them a chance to digest/respond.

7:12 PM – 19 Nov 2017:

We punched Twitter back for interfering with Thomas Paine and True Pundit group w/ a 14-page comprehensive Cease & Desist demand that sets the stage for litigation. We will publish the FULL letter in few days, but here is a nice sample. Heavyweight lawyers:

The entire legal answer our lawyers amassed is a real legal work of art. NO FIRST AMENDMENT claim(s) because that is how Twitter escapes liability. Very fired up to fight back. We won’t be pushed around.

 

 

 

 

 

ROY MOORE TAKES FIRST LEGAL ACTION AGAINST ALABAMA MEDIA GROUP FOR DEFAMATION, LIBEL, FRAUD AND CONSPIRACY

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BREAKING: Judge Roy Moore initiates  the first legal action against Alabama Media Group ( operating as al.com ) for defamation through demand letters from his attorney. Roy Moore, his wife Kayla Moore and The Foundation for Moral Law are being represented by Garmon and Liddon law firm.

What is Demand Letter?

Formal letter from an attorney on behalf of a client, demanding payment or some other action from another party. Although commonly not a legal necessity in filing a suit, a demand letter is sent usually to settle the matter without litigation or to put pressure on the other party. In general, a demand letter states (1) what payment or action is demanded, (2) why, (3) how the payment or action may be effected, and (4) a time limit. It usually also carries an express or implied threat that otherwise a court case will be instituted forthwith.

Actual letter here: facebook.com/stevedeace/pos

 

 

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ROY MOORE PLANS TO SUE ‘DESPERATE’ WASHINGTON POST OVER SERIES OF FAKE NEWS

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Former Alabama Chief Justice and U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore speaks at an event at the Vestavia Hills Public library, Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017, in Birmingham, Ala. According to a Thursday, Nov. 9 Washington Post story an Alabama woman said Moore made inappropriate advances and had sexual contact with her when she was 14. Moore has denied the allegations. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)

 

Breitbart News was granted exclusive access to the event, which was closed to the press. After the Judge’s speech, his wife Kayla spoke out in a forthcoming exclusive Breitbart News interview — her first-ever interview with the press during this campaign and the first time she has spoken out publicly in response to the salacious allegations from the Post.

“Shortly after becoming the Republican nominee for the United States Senate, the Washington Post published an article attacking me, my wife, my Foundation for Moral Law in Montgomery, Alabama, on my salary,” Moore announced to a crowd of about 100 supporters at the Huntsville Christian Academy:

They said I took over a million dollars. There were not a million dollars. I wish I had a million dollars. In fact, I didn’t take the money they awarded me for a salary because I had my own recognition and opted to embrace that salary myself and not take anything from the foundation. So my salary collection wasn’t so much. Over eight years it would have been about $87,000 a year—so I had to take a note and a mortgage for the rest of it. But I never got the money. So, the Washington Post finally realized this after they published an article saying my wife and I got a million dollars, saying, “you didn’t pay taxes for what you didn’t get.”

The audience laughed before Moore continued.

 

 

Read more: …Judge Moore Announces Plans to Sue WashPost: ‘We Expect the People of Alabama to See Through This Charade’

KARMA! CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT AGAINST HILLARY CLINTON, JOHN PODESTA AND FUSION GPS WHO BOTH MET AFTER TRUMP DOSSIER WAS PUBLISHED

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WOW! Class Action Suit: SWEIGERT v. JOHN PODESTA, Hillary for America (HFA), Huma Abedin, Anthony Weiner, Debbie Wasserman & more regarding: URANIUM, FUSION GPS, Fraud etc.

 

John Podesta Met With Fusion GPS Founder After Trump Dossier Was Published

( Daily Caller ) Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta met with the founder of the opposition research firm behind the Trump dossier just after the dirty document was published earlier this year, according to a new report in The New York Times.

The revelation is significant because Podesta, a longtime Democratic operative, recently told the Senate Intelligence Committee that he did not know who paid the research firm, Fusion GPS, to produce the dossier, which BuzzFeed published on Jan. 10.

An associate of Podesta’s told The Times that he met with Glenn Simpson, the founding partner of Fusion GPS, to compare notes about Russia’s meddling in the election.

Podesta’s associate told The Times that Simpson was considering whether his firm should continue its investigation of Trump’s alleged ties to Russia.

The Times report does not say whether Podesta and Simpson discussed the Clinton campaign’s involvement in the dossier project.

It was reported last month that Perkins Coie, the law firm that represented the Clinton campaign and DNC, hired Fusion GPS in April 2016 to investigate Trump. Fusion hired former British spy Christopher Steele that June to investigate Trump’s activities in Russia.

Perkins Coie paid Fusion GPS just over $1 million for its work on the project. Fusion paid Steele $168,000.

 

Read more: John Podesta Met With Fusion GPS Founder After Trump Dossier Was Published

 

 

 

JURY AWARD $7.5 MILLION TO MAN INJURED AFTER BUYING WALMART WATERMELONS

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( Fox News ) An Alabama jury on Wednesday awarded $7.5 million to a man who sued Walmart after he said he broke his hip buying watermelson at a store.

Henry Walker, who was 59 at the time, claimed that on June 25, 2015, his foot became trapped in a pallet beneath a stack of watermelons while reaching for one.

Walmart has maintained that the display was not dangerous, and that any negligence was Walker’s fault.

“We are disappointed in the verdict,” a  Walmart spokesman said. “We appreciate the jury’s service, however we believe that the damages awarded were excessive in light of the facts in this case. We plan to appeal.”

Walmart continues to uses the same displays for watermelon despite the incident.

 

NFL: 49ers booed as they kneel, lost 5 consecutive games, former QB Kaepernick plans ‘collusion’ lawsuit

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Photo published for Seven 49ers kneel at FedEx Field during national anthem

 

  • Former San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick reportedly plans to file collusion grievance against NFL owners
  • The San Francisco 49ers were booed and lost five consecutive games by three or fewer points.

The San Francisco 49ers were booed on Sunday at FedEx Field after seven players took a knee during the National Anthem. None of the Redskins players took a knee.

The 49ers went on to lose to the Redskins 26-24 making them 0-6. The 49ers are also the first team in NFL history to lose 5 games in a row by three points or less. OUCH!

Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is planning to file a collusion grievance against NFL owners under the collective bargaining agreement, a source close to Kaepernick told USA Today’s Mike Jones.