Today, October 13, 2017, is officially the Navy’s 242nd birthday. It is hard to believe that the Navy has been around for over two centuries, but it is also hard to imagine the country without it. The Navy was established in 1775 by the Continental Congress to fight against the British. After the revolutionary war, the Navy was shut down. Soon after, the need for the Navy was recognized after pirates became an international threat, thus, the Navy was brought back permanently in 1794. Since then, the Navy has proved themselves as a constant source of security to America. We are forever grateful to all those who have served and continue to serve today! U.S. Navy Facts: In the war of 1812, the U.S. Navy […]
Defendants Enable ISIS to Recruit Members, Plan, and Execute Attacks LOS ANGELES, California-October 12, 2017- Kim Copeland, mother of Brodie Copeland and wife of Sean Copeland, the American father and son who were killed in the Nice, France attack on July 14, 2016, filed a lawsuit in federal court on Thursday, October 12 naming Google, Facebook, and Twitter as defendants for providing material support to the terrorist group ISIS. Representing Copeland is Keith Altman and Ari Kresch of 1-800-LAW-FIRM of Southfield, Michigan. The lawsuit was filed in Federal Court Northern District of California. The lawsuit asserts that the defendants knowingly permitted ISIS to use their platforms for recruiting purposes, spreading propaganda and raising funds to carry-out terror attacks. Through the use of Facebook, Twitter and […]
A lawyer who earned his degree through a correspondence course and works for a company called 1-800-LAW-FIRM may seem like an odd choice to lead a series of potentially precedent-setting lawsuits against some of the world’s most powerful social media companies. But judging Keith Altman by his resume would be underestimating the 49-year-old lawyer and his quest to make tech giants like Facebook, Twitter and Google liable for allegedly providing “material support” to followers of terror groups who commit mass murder. “These cases seem impossible but they can have a real impact,” Altman told Fox News. “This is about holding these companies accountable for allowing terrorists to radicalize people through social media channels.” Altman’s ambitious effort to take on the social media giants has been […]
The family of a California man killed in the Barcelona terror attack filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Google, Facebook and Twitter, alleging the tech giants played a role in “aiding, abetting and knowingly providing support and resources” to the Islamic State group. The three daughters of Jared Tucker, who was among the 13 people killed in the August 17 attack, are plaintiffs in the lawsuit. They are represented by their mother and legal guardian Danelle Sinclair. Tucker, 42, of Walnut Creek, was in Europe with his wife, Heidi Nunes-Tucker, celebrating their first wedding anniversary. Read the full story here.