"A federal judge in Louisiana ruled Thursday that Black Lives Matter is a social movement and cannot be sued, deflating the legal case of an unnamed police officer injured in a demonstration in July 2016.
"In November 2016, an anonymous police officer in Baton Rouge sued DeRay Mckesson, a leading activist in the movement, and Black Lives Matter, laying blame for injuries he endured during a violent protest on July 9, 2016.
"Like the Tea Party or the civil rights movement, U.S. District Judge Brian Jackson said Black Lives Matter is not an entity and therefore is unable to be sued."http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/09/28/ju ... wsuit.html
It says the officer was hit by some kind of “'rock like substance,' causing him to lose teeth and sustain injuries to his jaw and brain." The judge ruled that Mckesson (no "sic", I guess he spells it that way) was protected by the First Amendment in organizing the protest, didn't plan for it to turn violent and had nothing to do with the rock-like substance.
Besides Mckesson and the non-entity, the officer also sued the hashtag "#BlackLivesMatter". Yes. He sued. A word.
Here's your sign, Officer Anonymous. And one for your lawyer.
What was that about frivolous law suits?
Don't look at me, I just work here.