Dallas Police Launch $550 Million Lawsuit Against Black Lives Matter… This Is Retribution

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The father of a Dallas police officer murdered in cold blood by a sniper who shot at officers during an anti-police brutality demonstration is now suing Black Lives Matter and other groups for $550 million. And I hope he wins. Enrique Zamarripa is claiming that the actions of BLM incited a war on police, which resulted in his son being assassinated.

Enrique is the father of Patrick Zamarripa, who joined the ranks of the Dallas police force after serving three tours of duty in Iraq with the Navy. He survived that only to come home and be killed by cop-haters. Patrick’s dad filed the suit a couple of weeks ago in the Northern District of Texas federal court. “Black Lives Matter is in fact a violent and revolutionary criminal gang,” the suit reads, according to a copy obtained by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. It further stated: “While Defendant Black Lives Matter claims to combat anti-black racism, the movement has in fact incited and committed further violence, severe bodily injury and death against police officers of all races and ethnicities, Jews, and Caucasians.”

From American News:

For a year now, American law enforcement has had to deal with the anger and divisiveness of Black Lives Matter. Now, the Dallas Police have decided to take a stand against those putting a target on the back of officers.

This year, Patrick Zamarippa was murdered during the Dallas shooting. Now, his father is suing the Black Lives Matter organization for $550 million, holding them responsible for the tragedy.

“While Defendant Black Lives Matter claims to combat anti-black racism, the movement has in fact incited and committed further violence, severe bodily injury and death against police officers of all races and ethnicities,” the lawsuit begins. “Black Lives Matter is, in fact, a violent and revolutionary criminal gang.”

The lawsuit then continues with a heartbreaking plea for justice.

“I want justice for my son,” Enrique Zamaripp writes. “He protected his country, and he protected everybody. And he gave his life up doing that.

What do you think? Do Black Lives Matter activists need to be held accountable for their actions?

The lawsuit that was filed is not aimed directly at the organizers of the July 7th protest in downtown Dallas. That is where the sniper took out five police officers and wounded nine others. Instead, numerous activist groups are named, including Black Lives Matter, the Nation of Islam and the New Black Panthers. Others named include the Rev. Al Sharpton and George Soros. The officer’s father contends that Johnson was “acting as an agent of and at and under the direction of” the defendants, claiming they should be held responsible for the cop’s death.

“I want justice for my son,” Enrique Zamarripa said. “He served three tours in Iraq, he protected his country, and he protected everybody. And he gave up his life doing that. When people were running away from the gunshots, he was running toward them.”

Patrick Zamarripa, a five-year force veteran, was on bicycle patrol the night of the demonstration. The downtown protest — organized in response to the fatal police shootings of Philando Castile in Minnesota and Alton Sterling in Louisiana — was peaceful until gunfire erupted toward the end of the march. Johnson opened fire on the crowd, killing five officers: Four from the Dallas Police Department and one from the city’s transportation police force. Another seven cops and two civilians were wounded in the shooting. The gunman holed up inside a parking garage after his initial salvo and police eventually killed him with a robot-detonated bomb following a long standoff.

This lawsuit is seeking justice for the senseless incited death of police officers. It will probably not succeed, but it should. Someone should have to pay for egging on the murders of these officers and others across the country. #BlueLivesMatter

Kristy Villasenor, partner of Dallas police officer Patrick Zamarripa, shares a moment with her son, Dylan, after a funeral service for Zamarripa. (POOL/REUTERS)
Kristy Villasenor, partner of Dallas police officer Patrick Zamarripa, shares a moment with her son, Dylan, after a funeral service for Zamarripa. (POOL/REUTERS)

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