Family members of Tevin Crosby, Juan Guerrero and Javier Jorge-Reyes who were killed in the ISIS inspired Orlando, Florida shooting at Pulse Nightclub in June 2016, filed a lawsuit in federal court on Monday, December 19, naming Google, Facebook and Twitter as defendants for providing material support to the terrorist group ISIS. Representing the families are Keith Altman and Ari Kresch of 1-800-LAW-FIRM of Southfield, Michigan. The lawsuit was filed in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.
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As part of a newly launched injury prevention initiative, the Flint Legal Resource Center is providing free glow sticks and safety tips to residents and their children between now and Halloween. Visitors to the Legal Resource Center will also have the opportunity to enter a raffle for a chance to win a $50 gift card to Toys“R”Us. The center is located at 1210 N Ballenger Highway in Flint, and will be open between 9am and 7pm, Friday, October 28 through Monday, October 31.
Attorney Solomon Radner is working with a Detroit family, whose home was unjustly raided by police. During this raid their pets were needlessly shot, killing the mother dog and her puppy. In this family’s case against the Detroit Police, accounts from the officers vary widely, which fit neither the initial reports filed nor crime scene photos.
Attorney Altman, speaking with Deirdre Bolton on Fox’s “Risk & Reward”, presents more hard evidence supporting our argument that Facebook, Twitter and Google are not doing enough to stop terror recruitment and attacks by shutting down their accounts. Included in this video is evidence pointing to a strong correlation between a very recent post and the attacks in Bangladesh.