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A New Jersey lawsuit that seeks to hold Antifa accountable for organizing campaigns of terror and harassment against individuals is picking up steam.

In D’ambly v. Exoo, originally filed in September 2020, plaintiff Daniel D’Ambly is suing Christian Exoo (known on Twitter as “Antifash Gordon”) for leading campaigns of violence and harassment to compel his employer — the New York Daily News,– to fire him.

The attacks on D’Ambly were due to his participation in the New Jersey European Heritage Association. Under New Jersey law, his termination was legally dubious on these grounds alone.

D’Ambly also alleges a number of other actors played a role in the violation of his rights, including Twitter — which ignores complaints about Exoo flagrantly violating their terms of service — and St. Lawrence University, which not only employs Exoo, but is alleged to be a site from which he organizes, recruits and trains associates for harassment campaigns with the institution’s full knowledge.

Cohen, Weiss & Simon (CWS), a law firm tasked with representing D’Ambly’s union in arbitration, is also a defendant in the case. According to D’Ambly’s suit, lawyers at the firm told him they sympathized with Antifa and did not want to help him. Because of this prejudice, they failed to provide the relevant facts in his defense and did not professionally represent his case to the best of their abilities, leading to substantial financial loss.

The inclusion of a RICO claim could lead to a breakthrough for victims of anarchist and communist paramilitary groups, who the Department of Justice and FBI refuse to punish despite naming them as terrorists in their own assessments.

But D’Ambly isn’t alone. A whopping 14 new plaintiffs have now joined the case against Exoo, according to a legal brief obtained by National Justice.

As with D’Ambly, litigants allege that Exoo has organized harassment against them, their families and their employers in a deliberate attempt to do them physical and material harm.

One individual, identified as K.R. because she is a child, was put in harm’s way after a brick was thrown through the window of her family home. Her house was subjected to multiple attacks by anarchists after Exoo allegedly repeatedly doxed them and put out a public call on Twitter for his accomplices to confront her and her family.

In a separate episode, a Jewish man named Aaron Wolkind was labeled a neo-Nazi by Exoo, who then instructed followers to contact his employer. When Exoo and his enterprise failed to get Wolkind fired, they listed his company’s clients and began barraging them with threats instead.

In Mark Antony Tucci’s experience, Exoo doxed him on December 10th, 2018. Following the call to action featuring his employer’s information — a restaurant — 600 threatening phone calls were made in one night, which forced them to close. The business owner acquiesced to the extortion demand and fired Tucci, but in response, the complaint quotes Exoo as saying “they’re just hoping this blows over, so keep calling folks,” which caused the assault to continue.

For Jobel Barbosa, Exoo alleged he was “transphobic” and organized a call-in campaign to his job that led to his firing. His wife’s personal number was uploaded to the anarchist website noblog.org and Antifa members flooded her with death threats.

Many of these stories hold to a similar pattern. The victim reports their organized harassment to Twitter and the social media giant ignores them. Exoo had previously been banned by Twitter and “Antifash Gordon” is his second account, which is a clear violation of their rules and thus potentially makes them liable for enabling the Antifa enterprise.

If case goes to trial, Twitter’s legal counsel, Vijaya Gadde, will be called to the stand.

All of the plaintiffs have real material damages and the law is clearly on their side from multiple angles. Even if Magistrate Jessica Allen refuses refuses to provide justice and prevents the case from move forward, it will be difficult for an appeal’s court to ignore the plethora of evidence backing the plaintiffs’ claims.

(Republished from National Justice by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Antifa, Judicial System 
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  1. fnn says:

    Cohen, Weiss & Simon (CWS), a law firm tasked with representing D’Ambly’s union in arbitration, is also a defendant in the case. According to D’Ambly’s suit, lawyers at the firm told him they sympathized with Antifa and did not want to help him. Because of this prejudice, they failed to provide the relevant facts in his defense and did not professionally represent his case to the best of their abilities, leading to substantial financial loss.

    Sounds like a real scheiss show, but maybe there a spot of brightness somewhere.

  2. …St. Lawrence University, which not only employs Exoo, but is alleged to be a site from which he organizes, recruits and trains associates for harassment campaigns with the institution’s full knowledge.

    You know what’s the closest city to St Lawrence?

    Is anybody surprised?

    • Replies: @Curmudgeon
  3. Rahan says:

    Keep up the good work!

  4. Eric Striker has written before on the massive miscarriages of justice in the US court system

    But now it seems he too has been swept into the Hollywood-fuelled and very Jewish notion of hopium regarding the oligarchy’s courts

    the law is clearly on their side … difficult for an appeal’s court to ignore

    HA HA HA

    How many friggin’ times have we all read some alt-media news story about some great lawsuit being filed, its briefs documenting all sorts of well-proven horrific crimes or offences, often arguing RICO as above … and then … crickets

    USA lawyers have a saying … ‘Case dismissed, motherf-cker!’

    But yeah, the oligarchy does let one or two cases go through from time to time, to leave the plebs some ‘hope’ in the legal system … maybe this time will be one of those lucky ones … maybe

    • Agree: Richard B, omegabooks
  5. Antifa has the backing of the whole democratic machine. There’s no way that the Fed Gov is going to rule against their own interests.

    Any trial will result in court challenges till the sun goes nova.

    • Agree: Realist
  6. Anonymous[283] • Disclaimer says:

    Does this include the people who FINANCE and support this mob?

  7. Realist says:

    Landmark RICO Lawsuit Against Antifa Gains Momentum

    Antifa is one of the Deep State shock troop groups…they are protected…nothing will happen to them.

  8. Exile says:

    This case is very problematic for the ADL-FBI-Antifa Complex. A lot of the defenses their judicial fellow travelers could employ to shield Exoo would make for inconvenient precedents.

    Of course subsequent courts can always ignore the law or engage in a dozen other forms of Talmudry to work around those but every time they brute-force another hack on the alleged “rule of law” their legitimacy takes a hit and more Noticing happens.

    This is particularly vexing in Federal court where you are allowed to cite unpublished opinions, unlike most state courts. They can resort to the very obvious kludge of expressly limiting the opinion to that particular case – like SCROTUS did with the cake-baker vs. homo case – or write the opinion to obfuscate the precedents – but there are going to be bloody kosher prints all over the butchered ruling.

    Brace yourselves for some kind of gross injustice here but take the long view of how this damages the crumbling facade of American legitimacy.

    China just called us out as a “reality show democracy” and the rot and stench is becoming more obvious every day.

    • Thanks: goldgettin
  9. Damn those Cristian WYTE Supremacist Extremists:

  10. @Reg Cæsar

    What do the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa, Ontario, which is on the Ottawa River, have to do with

    St. Lawrence University
    23 Romoda Drive, Canton, NY 13617
    800-285-1856
    which is located about 1/2 mile from the Grasse River?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  11. @My SIMPLE Pseudonymic Handle

    Wow thanks. It’s kind of like the knock out game. The media will down play and will quickly be forgotten.

  12. @Curmudgeon

    What do the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa, Ontario, which is on the Ottawa River, have to do with

    Perhaps it was more relevant in the broadcast days, the first Trudeau era, when all their TV and radio came from Canada, unless you paid for cable. There was a TV ad in Ottawa that began, “There is more government in the Ottawa region than anywhere else in the world.” Canada may be less violent than the US, but is somewhat crazier. Which is saying something.

    There is little to do in the North Country except drink, fish, and snowmobile, and few academics are outdoorsy types. “Idle hands are the devil’s plaything.” Canada is closed at the moment. It’s a long, long drive to Syracuse or Albany.

    The Exoos are of Dutch Calvinist extraction– Christian’s father’s name is Calvin. A cousin was “Reverend Death”.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Exoo

    Isolation, Calvinism, and Canada. A toxic cocktail!

    • LOL: Another Canadian
    • Replies: @fnn
  13. fnn says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Yes. Moldbug told us the Ostjuden came to America and became crypto-Calvinists. It may not be entirely false.

    • Replies: @anon
  14. anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @fnn

    Moldbug told us the Ostjuden came to America and became crypto-Calvinists.

    Moldbuggery….

    It may not be entirely false.

    …is laughable.

  15. @My SIMPLE Pseudonymic Handle

    Wow again,and thanks for sharing.Obviously,we need more ???
    What in heaven is the answer????More cameras???More churches???
    More free needles???Police?????Schools????Money???ICBM’s??

  16. @My SIMPLE Pseudonymic Handle

    This is why everyone needs to be armed and dangerous. Although the woman may not have been in a position to fend off the attack, surely an armed bystander could have plugged that POS before he got away.

  17. Can someone provide the identities of the people in the pictures? Which is D’ambly and which is Exoo? Who is that woman in the striped dress? Anyone got a score card?

    What’s the point of including pictures if the identities of the individuals aren’t supplied?

  18. The courts are in no way independent of the Deep State. The recent presidential election proved that if proof were needed. If “Antifash Gordon” gets his wings clipped for excess of zeal it will be his controllers who do the clipping.

  19. BuelahMan says:
    @My SIMPLE Pseudonymic Handle

    Black people hate others because the jew told him to. But blame whitey.

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