18 September 2005
I will (legally) haunt the NAACP
They told blatant lies about me, causing me to be indicted for "Attempted Felony Extortion," when all I've ever done was lawfully care about Civil Rights in 1985, in 1992, in 1998, and now. So everywhere NAACP Pres. Timmons or Veep Melanie "NAACP doesn't sue anybody" Levesque go using their NAACP status, my crew or I are subject to be there, disseminating the Truth (such as their own President making the same alleged mistake with letterhead use that I made) in opposition to the lies they told about me to millions of viewers through media sources that "happen" to be represented by their current counsel. I can do this because Courts are taking a dim view of unlawful prior restraint these days: Check here, and scroll down here for Doe v. Gonzales, 2005 WL 2179634, (Conn 9 Sept. 2005) and also check out Balboa Island Village Inn. v. Lemen, Cal. 4th Dist. 6031636 (Aug. 11, 2004), in which a guy who was proven to have made false and defamatory statements was still allowed to continue his protesting. All of my statements about Timmons and Levesque are either (a) true (b) parody or (c) opinion. I told them I was gonna give them a lesson in First Amendment Law, and I give what I promise -- with moral "conviction," only. Have a nice day, ladies.
P.S. The last corporate jackass, ("Babylon Energy") to obtain a bogus ex parte restraining order against me ended up paying $300K to the Department of Labor, nearly $100K in settlements, and Gosh knows how much in legal fees.