Lawsuit Filed Against UC Berkeley, Police, the City of Berkeley, and Antifa

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Berkeley, California: Four victims of violence by Antifa members during the riot in Berkeley last February have filed a lawsuit against the university, the city, the police, and two black-clad rioters identified as Ian Dabney Miller, an employee of UC Berkeley, and Raha Mirabdal, a nurse at Oakland Children’s Hospital, who are members of the communist group called By Any Means Necessary (BAMN).  The lawsuit states that the city of Berkley, the university, and the police department had ample warning of a potential riot and ample time to prepare a crowd-management policy but, instead, the police stood down. -GEG

Four victims of the brutal violence committed by Antifa during the riot in Berkeley last February over Milo Yiannopoulos’ scheduled speaking event have filed a lawsuit against the university, the city, the police, and two of the black clad rioters that they were able to identify.

The lawsuit names UC Berkeley, UCPD, Berkeley PD, the city of Berkeley, two of the assailants that they were able to identify — Ian Dabney Miller and Raha Mirabdal, President of the University of California Janet Napolitano and others for violating their constitutional and statutory rights during the riot in February, 2017.

“By their failure to intervene or employ reasonable tactical methods to ensure the safety of the Plaintiffs and the public, government actors conducted their official duties with deliberate indifference to the Plaintiffs’ safety, permitting hordes of violent rioters to swarm the university campus in a violent rage. By their failure, government actors are thus responsible for creating and exposing Plaintiffs to known and obvious danger,” the lawsuit states.

During the riot, Antifa caused an estimated $100,000 in damage to the MLK Student Union and toppled a mobile light structure, setting its generator on fire. The city estimates that the rioters caused between $400,000 and $500,000 in damage to the area surrounding the university.

One of the victims, John Jennings was brutally attacked by a masked man who struck him in the temple with a stick during the mayhem. His wife, Katrina Redelsheimer, rushed to his aid and they were both attacked by a mob of five of six people who pushed Jennings to the ground and began kicking him. The mob of black-clad rioters then began attacking the couple with pepper spray and sticks, leaving them with severe injuries including concussions, broken ribs and burn welts on the skin from the chemical irritants.

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Why are we allowing for communists groups to exist in America? This isn’t freedom of speech or religion, it’s acts of treason. We have laws against treason, why aren’t we applying them? Lets give a free one-way ticket to any and all Communists to a communist country, and take in return someone who wishes to live in freedom and Liberty. Fair exchange: they get the communism they prize, we get the liberty we prize.

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[…] Posted by Oath Keepers National Date: January 16, 2018 in: News, Oath Keepers National Leave a comment 0 Views Berkeley, California: Four victims of violence by Antifa members during the riot in Berkeley last February have filed a lawsuit against the university, the city, the police, and two black-clad rioters identified as Ian Dabney Miller, an employee of UC Berkeley, and Raha Mirabdal, a nurse at Oakland Children’s Hospital, who are members of the communist group called By Any Means Necessary (BAMN).  The lawsuit states that the city of Berkley, the university, and the police department had ample warning of a potential… Read more »