A federal lawsuit accuses former President Donald Trump, his lawyers, and far-right extremists in the U.S. Capitol of conspiring to deprive Americans of the number of people who undermined Joe Biden’s election college victory in the January 6 riots. The rights of citizens are expanding this week.
NAACP lawyers have filed a lawsuit on behalf of Congressman Bennie Thompson (D-MS) earlier this year. They will file an amended complaint on Wednesday, which will include 10 new plaintiffs, two people familiar with the matter said. The new plaintiffs will include other members of Congress, and the amended complaint is said to also include more information about the deadly riots that occurred in Washington, DC on January 6, when President Trump and his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani (Rudy Giuliani) was accused of inciting these sources. Add to.
The initial addition of the new plaintiff was caused by New York Times Tuesday.
Thompson’s lawsuit was originally filed in February, accusing Trump of violating the Ku Klux Klan Act of 1
Thompson named the organization on the far right as Oath Keepers and Proud Boys, along with the defendant and Trump, accused of complicity.
Trump appointed a veteran of the campaign legal team, former national security adviser Mike Flynn (Gen.
The expansion of the Thompson lawsuit comes as the legal problems after Trump’s presidency have intensified, even as his party and conservative movement try to get rid of the deaths caused by the riots and uprisings on January 6 as quickly as possible.
Two Capitol police officers, James Blassingame and James Hemby, filed a federal lawsuit against Trump in late March for injuries caused by serving in the U.S. Capitol on January 6. Both of these police officers are veterans of the Capitol Police. Trump claimed to “infuriate, encourage, instigate, direct, help and teach” the “riot mob”. The mob attacked the Capitol on January 6, causing two People were injured.
Blassingame said that due to his service during the attack, he suffered from head and back pain and depression, while Hemby said that he was under the care of an orthopedic surgeon. The rioters suffered head and back injuries.
Trump has not yet responded to the lawsuit, nor has he identified the lawyer who will represent him in the lawsuit.
The former president also faces a lawsuit filed by Congressman Eric Swalwell (D-CA), who accused Trump, his son Don Jr. and the House of Representatives. Mo-Brooks (R-AL) is suspected of inciting an anti-civil rights conspiracy. The riots on January 6.
All of these lawsuits are part of an increasing number of criminal investigations and lawsuits against Trump, his family, his business empire, and his close associates on various matters in the months following the end of the presidency. In recent weeks, the former president has privately believed that his enemies will detect and “sue me for life.”