Court Ruling: Black Lives Matter is NOT an Entity and Can't Be Sued

Court Ruling: Black Lives Matter is NOT an Entity and Can't Be Sued

Since the inception of terror group Black Lives Matter in 2013, members have caused thousands of dollars in property damage, injured countless people and even killed police officers. It only makes sense for Americans to be angry and want the group to be held accountable for their actions.

Justice, or something.

Justice, or something.

However, in the latest blow against law-abiding Americans living in fear of racial violence, U.S. District Judge Brian Jackson has declared that Black Lives Matter is untouchable in a court of law.

The ruling came yesterday in response to a lawsuit filed by a police officer against the hate group and one of its leaders, DeRay McKesson.

If you're not sure exactly what the state of our country is in, this should give you a hint: the police officer filed his action anonymously out of fear for his life.

From NBC News:

Black Lives Matter is a social movement, like the tea party or the civil rights movement, and therefore can’t be sued, a federal judge ruled Thursday.

A police officer anonymously sued Black Lives Matter and DeRay Mckesson, a prominent activist in the movement, after being injured by a rock thrown during a protest over a deadly police shooting in Baton Rouge last year.

But U.S. District Judge Brian Jackson dismissed the officer’s suit and ruled that Black Lives Matter is not an entity capable of being sued.

”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,” Jackson wrote in his 24-page 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.

Black Lives Matter may not be an entity in the eyes of the law, but it certainly functions like one. With numerous cell groups located throughout the United States, Black Lives Matter functions exactly the way you'd expect a terrorist organization to. They fund their efforts through a company called Thousand Currents, formerly IDEX. Their membership is loosely affiliated so they can conveniently disavow as needed.

The lawsuit dismissed Thursday didn’t accuse Mckesson 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.

Grodner had argued 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.”

Thanks to leftist judges like Jackson, Black Lives Matter will live on, terrorizing Americans under the guise of racial "justice."

Stay alert. Stay alive.

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