The civil rights organization ACLU accused the former president of targeting “blacks” who “unlawfully used force.”
A U.S. judge on Monday (June 21) dismissed a civil rights organization’s complaint against former President Donald Trump and members of his administration for ordering the brutal dispersal of peaceful protesters near the White House. Last summer, Black Lives Matter (Black Lives Matter). “The lives of black people are important”).
The powerful civil rights organization ACLU accused Donald Trump and former U.S. Attorneys and Defense Secretary William Barr and Mark Esper for targeting “Black person” Who demonstrated peacefully “Illegal Use of Force” The only purpose is to clean up the site of the iconic St. John’s Church opposite the White House so that the Republican president can take pictures there, holding the Bible in his hand, 1Yes June 2020.
The police used pepper spray to disperse photos of activists from the “Black People’s Life” movement, sparking a fierce debate on the Internet when the unprecedented anti-racist demonstrations caused by the deaths of African Americans shook the United States. —American George Freud.
However, Washington Federal Judge Dabney Friedrich (Dabney Friedrich) stated that there is a lack of evidence to establish a willingness to harm. “The plaintiff’s allegations of bodily harm were too speculative”, She wrote in the decision.they “Don’t show enough incidents, discussions, or documents to show that the defendant agrees or agrees to violate the rights of the plaintiff because they are members of a specific group.”Judge Dabney Friedrich added.
“This decision allows the federal government to use violence, including deadly violence against protesters, as long as the authorities claim that the action is to protect national security.”, Scott Michelman of ACLU responded.
However, Judge Dabney Friedrich gave these associations the opportunity to demand compensation from the cities of Washington, District of Columbia, and Arlington.