SERIOUSLY INJURED Cop Sues Black Lives Matter…Does He Have A Case?

Many Americans believe Black Lives Matter is a domestic terror group that’s been given cover by the media and our former President Barack Obama, who gave them credibility when more than once, he invited them to meet at the White House. Obama also pretended there was no connection to BLM and several police officers who were murdered by supporters of BLM.

This group of Black Lives Matter supporters marched at the Minnesota State Fair chanting, “Pigs in a blanket, fry ’em like bacon!” The media, and the former President Barack Obama ignored it.

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Watch Michael Brown’s stepfather encourage BLM rioters to burn down the city of Ferguson, MO:

Daily Mail – Black Lives Matter and five of its leaders are being sued by a Baton Rouge cop who blames them for ‘inciting’ Gavin Eugene Long’s murderous rampage in the city last summer.

The officer has not been named, but his description matches that of East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Deputy Nicholas Tullier, 42, who suffered severe brain damage in the attack.

Tullier, a father of two, was shot in the head, shoulder and neck, and was left in a vegetative state.

He has since returned to consciousness, regained some motor control and can now communicate non-verbally.

His attacker, 29-year-old Long, was shot dead by a SWAT team member around ten minutes after the mass shooting began.

It’s believed Deputy Nicholas Tullier (left in uniform, right in November, recovering from being shot in the head) is behind a suit filed against BLM and five of its leaders on Friday

Long, a black military veteran, shot six officers, killing three and seriously injuring one, on July 17 last year in response to the shooting of unarmed black man Alton Sterling by white cops.

The suit, filed on Friday, says that BLM leaders ‘incited violence’ in retaliation for the death of black men killed by police’ and its denunciations of the attacks came ‘all but too late’, CBS News reported.

Long had left a note before the shooting in which he said he wanted to hurt ‘bad cops as well as good cops in hopes that the good cops (which are the majority) will be able to stand together and enact justice and punishment against bad cops.’

He also said in a YouTube video that he was only affiliated with ‘the spirit of justice.’

‘Don’t affiliate me with nothing,’ he said. ‘Yeah, I was also a Nation of Islam member, I’m not affiliated with it… They’ll try to put you with ISIS or some other terrorist group – no.’

Among the five BLM members named in the suit is DeRay Mckesson, 31, a former school administrator turned civil rights activist.

Black Lives Matter founder Deray McKesson being arrested in Baton Rouge, LA

The suit claims that Mckesson, who took part in nightly protests after Sterling’s death on July 5, was ‘in charge of’ a march on July 9 that turned into a ‘riot.’ – Daily Mail

 


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