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The former president of the Berkeley College Republicans at the University of California, Berkeley said Wednesday he is suing a prominent member of an Antifa group for allegedly threatening and harassing him and others on campus.
Mark Meuser, one of the lawyers representing Troy Worden, announced the lawsuit seeking more than $100,000 of damages against Yvette Felarca in a press release, The Washington Examiner reported.
Felarca is the leader of By Any Means Necessary (BAMN), an Antifa, or anti-fascist, group.
“Felarca filed a frivolous restraining order that restricted Worden's First and Second Amendment rights and made it difficult for him to move around the campus to attend classes. The restraining order was dismissed on Oct. 27, 2017," Meuser said.
In a previous interview with Fox News, Worden he's had to face months of "talking, harassment and even violence," along with other UC Berkeley College Republicans (BCR).
originally posted by: seagull
a reply to: bigfatfurrytexan
Judges are bought and paid for, or too many of them are.
What's the restraining order over...?
Sounds a bit of a passive-aggressive, attacking people then playing the victim type of person...