A Baton Rouge police officer wounded last year in a liberal terrorist attack by a Black Lives Matter activist is suing five ringleaders of the BLM movement.
The federal suit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana, names prominent BLM activist DeRay Mckesson and four other prominent liberals as defendants, claiming they conspired to “to incite others to violence against police and other law enforcement officers.” It describes BLM as “a militant antipolice national organization.”
“In 2016, as a leader of BLACK LIVES MATTER, DERAY MCKESSON and the other Defendants planned the Summer of Chaos, Weekend of Rage, and used the internet and social media to organize, stage and orchestrate protests and to attend and/or lead multiple protests and violence that accompanied the protests including, among many others, those in Ferguson, Missouri; Baltimore, Maryland; McKinney, Texas; Dallas, Texas; and Baton Rouge, Louisiana,” the suit claims.
It seeks at least $75,000 in damages.
The plaintiff is not named in the suit, but the media report the details and description match wounded East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Deputy Nicholas Tullier.
Mckesson was in Baton Rouge at the time of the liberal terrorist attacks, leading protests that often turned violent. Those violent protests turned deadly in July 2016 when BLM activist Gavin Long opened fire on officers at a convenience store near Baton Rouge police headquarters.
The liberal terrorist killed three officers and wounded three others, including Tullier. Police were forced to kill Long when he attempted to kill more officers during their attempt to arrest him.
Shot in the head, Tullier was until recently in a vegetative state. He remains unable to communicate verbally.
Long was an outspoken liberal activist, vigorously supporting the Black Lives Matter movement and posting a video in support of a July 7, 2016 sniper attack by another Black Lives Matter activist that killed five police officers.
So far, liberal terrorists connected to Black Lives Matter movement have murdered 11 police officers.