SOUTHFIELD, MI- “June 12, 2016 is a day that never leaves us. It fuels us to continue our fight against Twitter, Google and Facebook who continue to empower ISIS to utilize their platforms to recruit, plan and execute these heinous attacks. Today is a day that we want to remind the social media giants that we’re still here and we’re not going away until drastic and imperative changes are made to the way they do business,” said Keith Altman, one of the attorneys with 1-800-LAW-FIRM representing many of the survivors and families of those lost that day. In remembrance of those who died and in honor of those healing from this horrific event, Christopher Littlestar and Nicholas Perez, survivors of the Pulse attack, recount their […]
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Southfield, MI—May 4, 2017- Family members of Sierra Clayborn, Tin Nguyen and Nicholas Thalasinos who were killed in the ISIS inspired San Bernardino, California shooting in December 2015, filed a lawsuit in federal court on Wednesday, May 3rd, 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. Co-counsel is Theida Salazar of Burbank, California. The lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Central 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 the defendants’ platforms, ISIS has […]
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.