LONG BEACH, Calif. (KGO) — She’s the only American victim of the terror attacks in Paris two years ago. Now, the I-Team is digging into a lawsuit her family has filed against one of the biggest names in tech. “What point even did the terrorists make,” asks the plaintiff’s attorney Robert Tolchin. “What was the point that was worth killing this young girl?” Outrage over the terrorist killing of Cal State Long Beach student Nohemi Gonzalez in Paris has led to a lawsuit against Google and its media platform, YouTube. The accusation — the company provided “material support” to ISIS. The two sides battled it out in Oakland Federal Court Thursday afternoon. Read the full story here.
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.
Nohemi Gonzalez, 23, of El Monte, California, was the only American killed in the November 2015 Paris shootings that left over 125 people dead. This week, her father, Reynaldo Gonzales, filed suit against Twitter, Facebook and Google for allowing the explosive growth in recruitment and acts of terror for the terrorist group ISIS, and profiting off their posts with paid advertisements, with profit sharing opportunities through Google’s Youtube platform. For a detailed account of the case, you can read the entire complaint here. You can also read these great news articles from the the networks and outlets below. Fox News NBC News CBS News PC World Fox 11 in LA