Just hours before two Fort Worth police officers were shot while responding to a suicide call Friday, a sergeant with the Dallas Police Department slapped Black Lives Matter and others backing it with a humongous lawsuit for inciting a race war against police officers across the nation.
The lawsuit was filed in federal court by Sergeant Demetrick Pennie, who has been with the Dallas Police Department for 17 years. He is seeking between $500 million and $1.5 billion in damages, “on behalf of police officers and other law enforcement persons of all races and ethnicities, including but not limited to Jews, Christians and Caucasians.”
The class-action lawsuit was filed against Black Lives Matter, President Obama, billionaire activist and donor George Soros, Rev. Al Sharpton and the National Action Network, the Nation of Islam and its leader Louis Farrakhan, and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. Also listed in the suit are Malik Zulu Shabazz and the New Black Panthers, and former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder.
According to Breitbart:
The 66-page federal complaint alleges that each defendant individual and organization “repeatedly incited their supporters and others to engage in threats and attacks” against police officers around the nation, culminating in the July killings of five Dallas area officers with nine others wounded at a Black Lives Matter gathering.
The complaint singles out George Soros as “the financier of the BLM Defendants and similar organizations with the goal of inciting a race war” and advocating violence against whites and Jews. Defendants Obama and Clinton are blamed for repeatedly endorsing behaviors carried out and surrounding Black Lives Matter.
Pennie is the president of the Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation, and is being represented by Larry Klayman, original founder of Judicial Watch, as well as founder of his current organization, FreedomWatch.
Sergeant Pennie said, “This action was brought to stop the violence and killings of law enforcement officers in Dallas and throughout the nation.
In a released statement, Klayman said, “Sergeant Pennie and I feel duty-bound to put ourselves forward to seek an end to the incitement of violence against law enforcement which has already resulted in the death of five police officers in Dallas and the wounding of seven more, just in Texas alone.”
The full 66-page lawsuit can be viewed below: