Federal Judge Denies Matthew Heimbach's Motion to Strike Portions of Complaint

Matthew Heimbach and Donald Trump are two defendants in Nwanguma v. Trump, which is currently being litigated at the United States District Court for the Western District of Kentucky.  The gist of the plaintiffs' lawsuit is that Trump induced Heimbach and a veteran to physically attack leftists who were protesting a Trump rally.

Heimbach, who is representing himself, filed a motion to strike portions of the plaintiffs' complaint.  Specifically, in the plaintiffs' complaint, they:  (1) yelp about Ronald Reagan's philosophy; (2) whine about how the Southern Poverty Law Center dislikes Heimbach; (3) disparage the Traditionalist Worker's Party for opposing miscegenation; (4) note that Heimbach was banned from entering the United Kingdom on account of his political views; (5) note that Heimbach previously praised Pat Buchanan and George Wallace; and (6) discuss how Heimbach recruits members to join his Traditionalist Worker's Party at Trump rallies.

The plaintiffs are clearly grandstanding, and the content of the plaintiffs' complaint which was referenced above has nothing to do with whether Heimbach assaulted and/or battered the plaintiffs and is liable to them therefor.

Due to the ruling of the federal judge, the lawsuit against Heimbach and Trump will continue; a scheduling conference will occur and the parties will thereafter be permitted to propound upon one another discovery requests.

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University of Michigan Releases to FMI Records about Alt-Right Poster Campaign

Alt-Right activists have distributed Alt-Right posters on the campus of the University of Michigan over the course of the last year, and significant public attention has been generated because of it.  Professors have protested against the posters, spokesmen for the university released a formal statement, and the administration responded by earmarking $85 million towards future pro-diversity initiatives.  The president of the University of Michigan decreed the thought-provoking posters to be an "act of terrorism."

Through a Freedom of Information Act request filed by the Foundation for the Marketplace of Ideas, Inc., never-before-released materials reveal how the administrators--and police--dealt with the Alt-Right posters.

Noteworthy about the documents is that the University of Michigan Police Department was used by the administrators to remove "Misc. Non-Criminal; 'Upsetting posters on display."  The "upsetting" posters were determined to be "Eurocentric."

Amusingly, one individual emailed President Mark Schlissel on September 28, 2016, to relay that they had to "step out of class to cry" because they were "overwhelmed with all of these recent and ongoing racist events."  Another individual relayed to Schlissel that the posters could have eroded her daughter's "self-esteem" had she not had "the strength to deal with it[.]"  A different individual emailed Schlissel to relay that they felt "isolated and vulnerable" due to the posters.  Yet another individual relayed that they are "frightened by the presence of Identity Evropa on our campus" and that they are "afraid[.]"

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Texas Attorney General to Dallas Police Department: You Have Ten Business Days To Give To FMI Video Of Bomb Squad Robot Used To Blow Up Marxist Terrorist...Or Else

On July 7, 2016, Micah Xavier Johnson--a black Marxist terrorist who wanted to murder White people--cowardly ambushed officers of the Dallas Police Department.  Five officers were killed, nine officers were wounded, and two civilians were wounded.  The Dallas Police Department killed Johnson by strapping a pound of C4 explosives to a bomb squad robot, driving the robot right up to Johnson, and blowing him up.

On July 10, 2016, FMI Attorney Kyle Bristow, who has significant experience with filing open record act requests, sent a Public Information Act request to the Dallas Police Department to request any and all video and audio footage from the bomb squad robot as it drove up to Johnson to justifiably dispatch him to Hell.

Attorneys representing the Dallas Police Department objected to FMI's record request and sought intervention from the Texas Attorney General, but to no avail:  the Texas Attorney General released a twenty-two page report on October 7, 2016, which explains why the Dallas Police Department has no basis by which to not provide the requested records to FMI.

The Dallas Police Department, however, did not honor the Texas Attorney General's written opinion, and on February 28, 2017, Bristow sent to the Dallas Police Department and Texas Attorney General a request that the records be produced.  On March 21, 2017, the Texas Attorney General sent a letter to the Dallas Police Department in which a civil enforcement action is threatened if the records are not provided to FMI within ten business days.  The deadline is April 4, 2017.

FMI will publish on its website the video and audio footage of R2D2C4's triumphant last moments when it is made available.

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