Saturday, December 14, 2013

Motion for summary judgement filed in American Renaissance lawsuit

Motion for summary judgement filed in American Renaissance lawsuit

“Antifa” gang leader Daryl Lamont Jenkins.
On December 3, 2013, a lawyer for David Yeagly filed a motion for summary judgement against Daryl Lamont Jenkins [DLJ] for tortious interference with a contract. Yeagley was scheduled to speak at the conference.
Yeagley is asking for a judgement of $50,000. Another defendant, Jeffery Imm, already settled out of court.
The lawsuit holds that DLJ organized the harassment of hotel employees to get the 2010 American Renaissance Conference in Washington DC cancelled.
The lawsuit was original filed on August 8th, 2011. On October 2, 2012, DLJ publicly claimed responsibility for “shutting down” the American Renaissance conference at Towson University. This claim was made during a speaking engagement by Jared Taylor. His statement was captured on video. (Watch on youtube, statement made at the 55:45 minute mark.)
DLJ is a Philadelphia based leader for a loose international network of violent Marxist gangs known as “Antifa.” The network also goes by the names “Anti-Racist Action” in the United States. DLJ also has a website called “One People’s Project,” which has a long history of encouraging and glorifying violence. The logo for the DLJ’s website is a man holding an upside down, burning American flag.
“Antifa/Anti-Racist Action” was recognized as a criminal gang in Cook County (Chicago, IL) after members attacked a restaurant and assaulted people at random in 2012.
Logo used by Daryl Lamont Jenkins for his website.

1 comment:

  1. Daryl Lamont Jenkins has overstepped his bounds this time. Now he can go to court. Since his group is so 'loosely' associated, it may leave him to pay the fines and pay the piper in other ways as well. It is about time!



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