Baton Rouge officer sues Black Lives Matter activist DeRay Mckesson over ‘inciting violence’ .


In July,  DeRay Mckesson was arrested in a protest in Baton Rouge, Louisiana click Here if you missed that. The activist is seeking legal matter over the incident.

According to Baltimore Sun reports,

Mckesson’s attorney, Roy J. Rodney Jr., said he is alleging that the arrests of the protesters were illegal, and the jurisdiction must return to them their bond money and expunge any arrest records. Click Here if you missed that.

Now the officer is suing Deray over inciting violence.

According to NYDN reports,  A Louisiana cop has filed a lawsuit blaming a prominent Black Lives Matter activist for getting struck in the face by a piece of concrete — even though the suit concedes the named activist didn’t actually throw anything.

The unnamed officer filed the federal lawsuit Monday saying Baltimore native and Black Lives Matter organizer DeRay Mckesson “incited violence” during a protest in Baton Rouge on July 9. T


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