Black Lives Matter Movement Now Being Sued By Baton Rouge Officer

Published On July 10, 2017 | By patrice | The latest posts

A federal lawsuit now accuses Black Lives Matter, as well as several other movement leaders, of allegedly inciting violence that has led to one gunman’s death during an ambush with law enforcement officers in Baton Rouge, which took place last summer.

DeRay McKesson, as well as four other BLM members, are named in the defendants lawsuit that was filed just this past Friday on the behalf of the officers that were wounded in the July 17th attack by a military vet who’d allegedly killed three other officers right before being shot and killed himself.

This suit doesn’t name any of the officers, however, it’s description of the plaintiff seems to match that of East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Deputy Nicholas Tullier, who has been in the Houston rehabilitation hospital since November of 2016.

Since the deaths of Mike Brown and Trayvon Martin, it seems that the country has been in a whirlwind when dealing with racial injustices that have taken place, however, we are hopeful that the Black Lives Matter movement will continue to move forward and thrive with the idea of bringing about justice for all African Americans.

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