As the old saying goes: it isn’t the dog in the fight, it’s the fight in the dog.
Say what you will about Jason Kessler, but you have to admit the man punches way above his weight which you cannot help but admiring. Jason has been waging a grueling uphill battle against the anti-White city of Charlottesville, Virginia for years now. A city which has infamously taken the term anarcho-tyranny to all new heights.
Also, he and several of our men have been defending themselves against the vile Jewess, Roberta Kaplan, and her horde of gollum lawyers in Sines v. Kessler. Our lads’ defense has been made purposely difficult by the anti-White powers that be even though this is probably the most frivolous lawsuit in the history of this country.
Kaplan on her “ideal outcome” for the case:
We absolutely can and will bankrupt these groups. And then we will chase these people around for the rest of their lives. So if they try to buy a new home, we will put a lien on the home. If they get a new job, we will garnish their wages. The reason to do that is because we want to create a deterrence impact. So we send a message to other people that if you try to do something like this, the same thing will happen to you. And it already has been a deterrence. We’re seeing lone shooters now; we’re not seeing the kind of massively organized conspiracy we saw in Charlottesville. And I think that’s in large part due to our case.https://momentmag.com/roberta-kaplan-takes-white-supremacy-to-court/
“These defendants have tried every trick in the book to avoid accountability for the racist violence they brought to Charlottesville. Our plaintiffs have made clear they won’t let them — winning critical sanctions motions and fighting to ensure they can’t skirt liability,” said Amy Spitalnick, executive director of Integrity First For America. “We’re committed to doing what’s necessary to hold these neo-Nazis, white supremacists and hate groups accountable for their actions.”
To Jason’s credit, he has been going on the offensive, too.
Per the commie rag The Daily Progress:
In addition to Kessler, the lawsuit adds David Matthew Parrott as a plaintiff. Parrott was formerly the spokesman of the now-largely defunct Traditionalist Worker Party and, along with Kessler, is a defendant in a separate lawsuit filed by area residents against key organizers of the rally.
In addition to the city, Kessler’s lawsuit names Charlottesville Police Department Chief Al Thomas, then-Virginia State Police Lieutenant Becky Crannis-Curl, former City Manager Maurice Jones and current City Manager Tarron Richardson.
All the defendants — save for Richardson — are alleged to have been directly involved in violating the plaintiffs’ rights, according to the complaint. Richardson is named “in his official capacity due to the misconduct of his predecessor in office.” No further factual allegations are made against Richardson.
Similar to previous iterations of the lawsuit, the most recent complaint claims CPD and VSP allowed a “heckler’s veto” by not preventing fights leading up to the declaration of an unlawful assembly.
“Defendants knew, and intended, that Antifa groups would come Charlottesville on August 12, 2017, and, ‘by any means necessary,’ stop or attempt to stop the Plaintiffs from exercising their free speech rights,” the complaint reads. “Defendants planned to, and did, use the expected and foreseeable confrontations between Antifa and Alt-Right to declare the Unite the Right rally to be an ‘unlawful assembly’ or to declare a ‘state of emergency.’ Defendants did this purely due to their objection to the content of Plaintiffs’ speech.”
Citing liberally from the third-party report put together by former U.S. Attorney Tim Heaphy after the rally, the complaint alleges police officials were indifferent to fighting so that an unlawful assembly could be declared. The complaint lays the bulk of the accusations on the shoulders of Jones and Thomas.
“After July 8, 2017, Chief Thomas told his subordinates, ‘I’m not going to get [Alt-Right] in and out’ during the UTR rally. Chief Thomas’ meaning was clear. He would not permit his police officers to prevent Antifa from violently imposing a heckler’s veto again,” the complaint reads.
“Maurice Jones did not order Chief Thomas to abandon his unlawful scheme and prevent Antifa from violently imposing a heckler’s veto,” it continues. “Maurice Jones did not fire Al Thomas so real police officers could do their jobs.”
Unlike previous complaints, Kessler’s latest lawsuit focuses on Antifa, dedicating several pages to actions from purported members and allies at the rally, as well as before and afterward. Antifa — a collection of broadly defined antifascist, left-leaning groups — is not named as a defendant, nor are any of the purported members named in the complaint
Jason’s lawsuit update video:
The story from Kessler’s website that he was explaining about in the video:
Jason’s Twitter feed explaining the current situation:
White people, more than ever, need to do everything we can to support our own because nobody is going to do it for us.
If you would like to assist Jason with his valiant efforts, he has links on his website, including Bitcoin.