Black Lives Matter is backpedaling as fast as it can to distance itself from the violence and unrest that seems to follow it everywhere.
In July, Dallas police officer Patrick Zamarippa was killed by a sniper while protecting Black Lives Matter protesters. His father, Enrique Zamarippa, has filed a $550 million dollar lawsuit against movement supporters, according to a story by the Fort Worth Star- Telegram.
“While Defendant Black Lives Matter claims to combat anti-black racism,” the lawsuit alleged, “the movement has in fact incited and committed further violence, severe bodily injury and death against police officers of all races and ethnicities … Black Lives Matter is in fact a violent and revolutionary criminal gang.”
Patrick Zamarripa, 32 and a veteran of three tours of duty in Iraq, returned from serving his county to serve his community.
Sniper Micah Johnson ambushed and killed five officers, including Zamarippa.
The protest was organized by the Next Generation Action Network. NGAN’s founder and leader, Dominque Alexander, claims no knowledge of the incitement and denied knowing Johnson.
Alexander is currently in jail, serving a two-year sentence for felony injury to a child.
Now Enrique Zamarippa wants justice for his fallen son. The lawsuit targeted a list of movement activists who allegedly sanctioned the protest. It also claimed that Johnson acted under the direction of the defendants in order to incite further violence for political leverage.
The suit names, among others, Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Nation of Islam; Rev. Al Sharpton and the National Action Network; various Black Lives Matter organizers; Malik Zulu Shabazz, leader of the New Black Panthers Party; and George Soros, a supporter of Black Lives Matter.
WikiLeaks exposed George Soros’ $650,000 donation to Black Lives Matter and his attempted manipulation of European and Israeli elections.
“I want justice for my son,” said Zamarippa. “He protected his country, and he protected everybody. And he gave up his life doing that.”
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