Black Lives Matter Terrorists presses lawsuit against flood-battered Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge police submerged in flood recovery efforts also are grappling with a lawsuit filed by Black Lives Matter protesters claiming excessive use of force during demonstrations that left three officers dead last month.

Roy J. Rodney Jr., a Baton Rouge attorney for three Black Lives Matter activists, confirmed Tuesday that the complaint remains active even though all charges were dropped shortly after the mass arrests.

The American Civil Liberties Union of Louisiana also has filed a lawsuit seeking an injunction to stop officers from using “militarized tactics,” such as the deployment of armored vehicles, at protests.

“Right now, it’s kind of in a pending state,” said Marjorie Esman, executive director of the ACLU of Louisiana. “But it’s very much an ongoing lawsuit. We don’t intend to drop it just because they dismissed charges against some of the people they arrested.”

Given that Black Lives Matter has already come under criticism for doing nothing in the wake of the flooding, however, the lawsuit “is not going to do anything to endear Black Lives Matter to local people,” said the American Conservative’s Rod Dreher, who lives in Louisiana.

“Half of the Baton Rouge Police Department’s officers lost their homes, and about a third of the sheriff’s deputies,” Mr. Dreher said. “Despite that, they have been working very hard doing flood relief, even though it has meant that in some cases they can’t get to their own houses to try to save them.”

Man accused of unprovoked attack on interracial couple in Washington state


OLYMPIA, Wash. — Police say a man who told police he was part of a white supremacist group stabbed an interracial couple outside a bar in Olympia in a case that has garnered national media attention.

Daniel B. Rowe is jailed on $500,000 bail on investigation for assault and malicious harassment.

Olympia police spokeswoman Laura Wohl says Rowe approached the couple Tuesday night and without speaking, stabbed the 47-year-old black man in the abdomen and also knifed his 35-year-old white girlfriend. Their injuries were not life-threatening.

The male victim was able to chase the 32-year-old suspect, who fell and was knocked unconscious.

Police say the attack appears to be unprovoked and that Rowe reportedly made racists statements to officers.

The Olympian newspaper reported that Rowe allegedly told police that he had gone downtown after hearing about anti-police graffiti that had been put up Sunday night, according to court documents.

The Olympian reported that Deputy Prosecutor Joseph Wheeler said in court Wednesday that the attack “has all the hallmarks of a hate crime.”

“This black-and-white couple was simply expressing their love for one another,” Wheeler said.

Public defender Christian Cabrera says Rowe recently moved to the Olympia area after living in Richland.

Ottawa teacher’s aide who abused boy for two years is a ‘full-on sex predator,’ mother says

Barbara Ellen:

do we seriously think that a female teacher sleeping
with a male pupil is on a par with a male teacher sleeping
with a girl pupil? I don’t.

The boy’s mother sat at the back of Court Room No. 11 in tearful silence Monday as her son’s sex predator was portrayed as a compassionate, morally upright woman who should serve her jail sentence on weekends.

She kept listening as a defence lawyer presented Katherine (Kathy) Kitts, her son’s onetime teacher’s aide, as a devoted mother who had made a “very big mistake.”

Kitts’ lawyer, Susan Chapman, also told the sentencing hearing that the 46-year-old had suffered hardship in light of her criminal case, saying she’s on strict bail conditions, her teaching career is finished, she has been publicly shamed for her sex crime and will forever wear an online “scarlet letter.”

The Crown wasn’t buying that it was a one-off mistake, and noted that the sexual exploitation of the vulnerable boy lasted two years.

That’s when the boy’s mother stopped listening and stormed out of court, yelling that Kitts was a “full-on sex predator.”

Outside court, after regaining her composure, the boy’s mother told Postmedia: “It has been traumatizing for my son and I, waiting for almost two years for her to be sentenced, but mostly the duration and intensity of her sexual obsession with my son. We want to put this past us. What she did to us cannot be undone.”

Her son had always struggled in class, so when he met Kitts, he was grateful. She would, he felt, guide him through to graduation day. She helped him with his homework and he trusted her.

But a year later, things took a rapid turn, the boy said, and he felt like he had to have sex with her for fear she’d fail him.

“I had no choice but to agree. If I said no, she wouldn’t help me with homework and I would fail,” he wrote in a victim-impact statement filed at the Ottawa court.

The boy said he had never felt so alone, and that he stopped seeing friends for fear they’d learn his awful, dirty secret. Kitts had told the boy to keep it secret and that if he told anyone her life would be ruined and she could end up in jail, according to the agreed statement of facts entered after the teacher’s aide pleaded guilty to sexual exploitation.

“She would stalk me all the time,” the boy wrote in his victim-impact statement. He said Kitts destroyed his innocence and that he worries that he’ll never love someone.

The boy has trouble talking about it, and said writing his impact statement for all to hear was like torture.

But he said he now feels the need for someone to finally hear his story. “I’m not running away any longer.”

His hope? To “crawl out of the darkness and not pretend like I’m having fun, but to really feel it. To laugh and love without pain stabbing me in my heart.” He also wants everyone to know that “This hurts boys just as much as girls.”

The sex crimes were exposed in 2014 when the boy’s mother read some sexually graphic texts on his phone.

In all, there were about 15,000 texts between the teacher and student.

Kitts, who apologized in court, learns her fate next week. The Crown has asked for a 12-to-14-month jail sentence and the defence has asked the judge for a 90-day sentence to be served intermittently.

The court also heard that Kitts will never work with children again, and will try to build a new career in the construction business.

Ottawa teacher’s aide who abused boy for two years is a ‘full-on sex predator,’ mother says


Black Lives Matter terrorist supporters viciously attacking white victims

A group of men chanting “Black Lives Matter” was accused of viciously beating up seven white victims in Akron early Sunday morning.

According to the police report, the attack happened around 12:30 a.m. in the area of Carroll and Goodkirk streets.

Police said seven white men were walking when they were approached by five black men and two white men, shouting, “Black lives matter.”

The suspects started hitting them with bottles, punching and kicking the victims. One victim fell to the ground and was kicked in the head several times before losing consciousness. The suspects then took the victims’ belongings before running off.

Both Akron police and University of Akron officers responded and located the suspects nearby.