Another Official in Trump Administration Indicted
Trey Glenn is the regional director the EPA – Environmental Protection Agency southeast region. Glenn because of his involvement in a prior job, has now been indicted.
Trey Glenn along with the former Alabama Environmental Management Commissioner Scott Phillips, were indicted for violations of state ethics laws, including soliciting a lobbyist and receiving money outside his official capacity.
Glenn along with law firm Balch & Bingham, fought against EPA actions to clean up contaminated sites in north Birmingham and Tarrant on behalf of Drummond Co., which would be responsible for the cleanups.
Both Glenn and Phillips worked for Southeast Engineering & Consulting on the Drummond case, and Phillips was serving on the environmental commission.
Earlier this year, a federal jury convicted Joel Gilbert, a former partner at the law firm, and Drummond’s vice president David Roberson of bribing an Alabama state lawmaker.
Remember, Trump only hires the best.
Alexander Hernandez, Esq.
No First Amendment Protection for Neo Nazi
Andrew Anglin is the publisher of the neo-nazi website the Daily Stormer. This week, U.S. District Judge Dana Christensen ruled that the First Amendment does not protect Anglin from being sued for his followers’ anti-Semitic harassment of a Jewish woman and her family in Montana.
Tanya Gersh filed the lawsuit against Anglin because she claims that Anglin invaded her privacy, inflicted emotional distress on her and her family, and violated Montana’s anti-intimidation law by calling on his followers to unleash a “troll storm” on her, her husband and her 12-year-old son.
Anglin’s troll campaign resulted in Gersh receiving more than 700 threats online, via phone, and mail. Messages included death threats, references to the Holocaust, and phone messages with the sound of gunshots.
Anglin accused Gersh of trying to force Sherry Spencer, the mother of white nationalist Richard Spencer, out of the town Whitefish in Montana. Anglin published 30 plus blog posts which included the phone numbers, email addresses and social media profiles of Gersh, her husband and 12-year-old son, as well as friends and colleagues.
Sherry Spencer owned a building in Whitefish and Gersh had talked to her about its potential sale after word circulated that residents were considering a protest against white supremacy. Richard Spencer resides part-time in Whitefish and had published a video shouting “Hail Trump! Hail our people!”
Sherry Spencer apparently agreed to sell the building, even considered hiring Gersh who is a licensed realtor. However, with time, Sherry claims via a blog post on Medium, that Gersh threatened and tried to extort her to sell the building and break with her son’s views. That’s when Anglin started his “troll storm” against Gersh.
Aglin’s attorney argued the First Amendment protects his speech and that he can’t be held liable for his followers’ actions, but Dinielli, Gersh’s attorney, argued that the First Amendment was never meant to protect a campaign that aimed to destroy people’s lives.
The judge’s opinion separates the difference between Anglin’s “morally and factually indefensible worldview” that does not disqualify him from free-speech protections — but his anti-Semitism also doesn’t give him special rights, either.
“It hardly makes sense to conclude — as Anglin contends — that Anglin’ s posts and sponsored troll storm are entitled to additional protection because of their anti-Semitic content.”
“Anglin did not use his speech about Gersh to raise awareness for issues consonant with the alt-right agenda,” the judge wrote in his decision. “Rather, construing the allegations in the complaint as true, Anglin exploited the prejudices widely held among his readers to specifically target one individual.”- Judge Christensen.
“Today’s ruling underscores what both we and our client have said from the beginning of this case —that online campaigns of hate, threats, and intimidation have no place in a civil society, and enjoy no protection under our Constitution,” Attorney Dinielli Southern Poverty Law Center.
Anglin has been in hiding and it took almost two years to serve him with the lawsuit. His website continues to publish new posts, but it seems from outside the country. Anglin has two other lawsuits pending.
Taylor Dumpson is the first black woman to serve as American University’s student government president and filed a lawsuit against Anglin when she found nooses and hateful messages left on campus a day after her inauguration.
That lawsuit was filed by the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law.
Dean Obeidallah who is a Muslim comedian and radio host, filed a defamation lawsuit in August of last year against The Daily Stormer for accusing him of being involved in the deadly bombing of the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England.
Google and GoDaddy have already stopped providing web and hosting services for the Daily Stormer.
Alexander Hernandez, Esq.
Jerome Corsi is Running Scared – Indictment Coming
Jerome Corsi, a whack job conspiracy theorist and the founder of the idiotic birther movement knows what’s coming. On his YouTube Channel, Corsi had said last week that negotiations with Special Counsel Robert Mueller have ended and an indictment is coming his way.
Corsi was scheduled for an interview with NBC News reporter Anna Schecter. While on his way to the interview, Corsi who was waiting in a car at Rockfeller Center, turned around and never made it to the interview.
What happened? Apparently, Corsi’s attorney, David Gray, had a conversation with the Special Counsel’s office.
Corsi’s attorney apologized for cancelling the interview saying “things have changed.” Gray went on to say that “I’ve got to play this a certain way.” He then returned to speaking with Mueller’s team.
What this means is that the indictment on Corsi is already here. Robert Mueller meets with the grand jury on Fridays, so it is possible within the next few hours we will know if Corsi was indicted.
The tweets in real time posted by Schector are seen below.
Alexander Hernandez, Esq.
Jerome Corsi just mysteriously cancelled a taped interview with me at Rockefeller Center. He was about to come in the building but his lawyer advised him not to. His counsel just had a call with Special Counsel. Not sure what happened on that call.— Anna Schecter (@annaschecter) November 13, 2018
Jerome Corsi’s lawyer just told me he’s expecting a call from Special Counsel’s office today. He says it could be an indictment. @NBCInvestigates— Anna Schecter (@annaschecter) November 13, 2018
Corsi’s lawyer apologized for cancelling the interview saying “things have changed” following a call with Special Counsel’s office. “I’ve got to play this a certain way,” he said before getting back on a call with investigators in DC.— Anna Schecter (@annaschecter) November 13, 2018
Jerome Corsi, an associate of Roger Stone and former bureau chief for Infowars, stated on his show he will be indicted for perjury by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
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