Unified Patriots by Vassarbushmills
Then consider “A Conspiracy to Commit Misdemeanors”, a possible strategy for victims:
A group of Black Lives Matter protesters blocked the southbound lanes of I-95 just north of Richmond, VA recently. They blocked traffic just at the beginning of rush hour, backing up traffic, four lanes, for several miles. Thousands were effected. At this printing it’s unknown how many were late for work, couldn’t make a doctor’s appointment, radiators overheated (it was 93 degrees) and had to call for a tow, or an ambulance was unable to get through (we know at least one patient died earlier in the year).
This has been going on for several months now, an d it has long since passed being a remembrance e for Michael Brown who was justifiably shot dead by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri almost two years ago. It was not a spark, it was an excuse.
What we do know here in Richmond is that thirteen were arrested and taken downtown, to be booked, photographed, have bond set and then be released; the standard procedure. With luck, they spent one night in jail.
If you were one of those thousands, their names and drivers-license homes of record are listed here:
as there may be some things you can do about them if you actually suffered a loss from that highway stall, or are just angry enough to finally yell out your window, “I’ve had about of this I can stand, and I won’t stand no more.”
First, you can sue them, individually, or as a group, also called a class action suit. You can see from their names they are likely substantial citizens, with homes, and sources of income.
Since most of these people seem to be professional protesters, independently wealthy or moonlighting from nearby university jobs (most here seem to hail from the University of Virginia area) they could meet states’ legal definition of qualifying for a class action lawsuit[…]