Supreme Court declines to hear appeal from Black Lives Matter organizer facing damages suit

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should he should be prosicute;d. he put together a riot. cops were harmed and there teeth knocked out. what in the world makes this right?
 

should he should be prosicute;d. he put together a riot. cops were harmed and there teeth knocked out. what in the world makes this right?
Nope. Mckesson has been prosecuted.

"The Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear an appeal from Black Lives Matters organizer DeRay Mckesson, letting stand a lower court’s decision..." Mckesson has been prosecuted.

"Lawyers for an officer injured in the Baton Rouge incident argued that Mckesson planned an unlawful protest and that the violence was foreseeable." Mckesson has been prosecuted.

And he is being prosecuted, has been. No one is throwing hissyfits like you people do when Jan 6 rioters are prosecuted. Mckesson has been prosecuted.


Mckesson has been prosecuted. Therefore the appeals. The upshot is that Mckesson’s case will return to a lower court for further review.
 
I'm looking at the Supreme Court paragraph you inserted. In it the person writing the article claimed that their decision could wind up limiting the First Amendment rights of Americans to organize protests.
Not true.
The so-called BLM protests were "not" actual protests which are allowed, but rather rioting, violence, arson and assault on a large scale.
Our supreme law, the U.S. Constitution, clearly spells out that the people "have the right to PEACEFULLY assemble." It does not say that the people have the right to commit arson, assault people, smash windows and loot. Once you've crossed the line of "peaceful assembly," you've broken the law and have to be punished.
The original BLM founders claimed in front of cameras that they were "trained Marxists (Communists), were going to burn the "system" down and proceeded to scam people out of funds to simply fill their pockets, instead of helping the black communities.
The fact that they claimed to be Marxists (Communists) whose goal was to burn the system down (which by extension would include the US Constitution) and committed wholesale violence in their acts, to me, is plainly "traitorous!" They should have been gathered up, locked up and the key thrown away.
 
I'm looking at the Supreme Court paragraph you inserted. In it the person writing the article claimed that their decision could wind up limiting the First Amendment rights of Americans to organize protests.
Not true.
The so-called BLM protests were "not" actual protests which are allowed, but rather rioting, violence, arson and assault on a large scale.
Our supreme law, the U.S. Constitution, clearly spells out that the people "have the right to PEACEFULLY assemble." It does not say that the people have the right to commit arson, assault people, smash windows and loot. Once you've crossed the line of "peaceful assembly," you've broken the law and have to be punished.
The original BLM founders claimed in front of cameras that they were "trained Marxists (Communists), were going to burn the "system" down and proceeded to scam people out of funds to simply fill their pockets, instead of helping the black communities.
The fact that they claimed to be Marxists (Communists) whose goal was to burn the system down (which by extension would include the US Constitution) and committed wholesale violence in their acts, to me, is plainly "traitorous!" They should have been gathered up, locked up and the key thrown away.
exactly. they should be in jail for what they did.
 
I'm looking at the Supreme Court paragraph you inserted. In it the person writing the article claimed that their decision could wind up limiting the First Amendment rights of Americans to organize protests.
Not true.
The so-called BLM protests were "not" actual protests which are allowed, but rather rioting, violence, arson and assault on a large scale.
Our supreme law, the U.S. Constitution, clearly spells out that the people "have the right to PEACEFULLY assemble." It does not say that the people have the right to commit arson, assault people, smash windows and loot. Once you've crossed the line of "peaceful assembly," you've broken the law and have to be punished.
The original BLM founders claimed in front of cameras that they were "trained Marxists (Communists), were going to burn the "system" down and proceeded to scam people out of funds to simply fill their pockets, instead of helping the black communities.
The fact that they claimed to be Marxists (Communists) whose goal was to burn the system down (which by extension would include the US Constitution) and committed wholesale violence in their acts, to me, is plainly "traitorous!" They should have been gathered up, locked up and the key thrown away.
Conflating ANTIFA with BLM only shows you up as a troll
 
Conflating ANTIFA with BLM only shows you up as a troll
New York Post article dated June 25, 2020, in which BLM co-founder, Patrisse Cullor, said the spent years absorbing the Marxist-Leninist ideology and thus considers herself and her followers, "trained Marxists." It's still there on the internet. The fact that they scammed donors out of millions of dollars and spent it on themselves is also out there, plain to see. No fake news here.
 
New York Post article dated June 25, 2020, in which BLM co-founder, Patrisse Cullor, said the spent years absorbing the Marxist-Leninist ideology and thus considers herself and her followers, "trained Marxists." It's still there on the internet. The fact that they scammed donors out of millions of dollars and spent it on themselves is also out there, plain to see. No fake news here.
It's about her, and she never spoke for everyone who joined the movement.

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And he is being prosecuted, has been. No one is throwing hissyfits like you people do when Jan 6 rioters are prosecuted. Mckesson has been prosecuted.


Mckesson has been prosecuted. Therefore the appeals. The upshot is that Mckesson’s case will return to a lower court for further review.
No he was not prosecuted. He was arrested with a handful of his fellow BLM'ers for blocking a highway, but they were released and their records expunged.

BTW, they filed a suit against Baton Rouge, and were each paid between $500 and $1000 for their trouble.

This is not a criminal case or an appeal of a criminal conviction. A cop who was injured is suing the organizers of the protest. McKesson was trying to get the suit thrown out, the court declined to hear the case, and remanded it back to the lower court for further review.
Conflating ANTIFA with BLM only shows you up as a troll
The conflation is all yours. The other poster did not mention Antifa.

The BLM riots were not "mostly peaceful", as the narrative goes- there was plenty of property damage and looting under the BLM banner. BLM was the day shift, Antifa was the night shift...
 
No he was not prosecuted. He was arrested with a handful of his fellow BLM'ers for blocking a highway, but they were released and their records expunged.

BTW, they filed a suit against Baton Rouge, and were each paid between $500 and $1000 for their trouble.

This is not a criminal case or an appeal of a criminal conviction. A cop who was injured is suing the organizers of the protest. McKesson was trying to get the suit thrown out, the court declined to hear the case, and remanded it back to the lower court for further review.

The conflation is all yours. The other poster did not mention Antifa.

The BLM riots were not "mostly peaceful", as the narrative goes- there was plenty of property damage and looting under the BLM banner. BLM was the day shift, Antifa was the night shift...
So you support the LE who were injured on Jan 6? Should they be suing Trump?
 

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