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    Default The ZOGbot Poverty [F]Law Center

    The ZOGbot Poverty [F]Law Center


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    This is for posts cooncerning the mamzers, jews, & whigger faggots of the so-called Foundation for the Marketplace of Ideas, i.e. Da ZOGbot Poverty [F]Law Center.

    With itz Satannic [pea]brain being Ol Niggerlips the Mamzer from Mentor, SwordBrethren / Bryan Reo.

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    Default We be a sheboon, a lesbo-skank and a faggot Trump-Haeters and we got our asses whupped by Whigger Supremacists at a Trump Rally

    Hi! We Be a sheboon, a lesbo-skank and a faggot Trump-Haeters and we got our asses whupped by Whigger Supremacists at a Trump Rally


    http://www.politico.com/f/?id=000001...b-7ffd23680001
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    We file a lawsuit against Matt[oid] Chaimbach, Alvin Bamberger, and the God-Emperor for being treated mean at a Trump Rally on March 31, 2016. This was initially filed in the Jefferson County / Louisville Metro State Circuit Court on 31 March 2016.


    Taken from the Politico story of April 17, 2017:
    http://www.politico.com/story/2017/0...iolence-237302

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    Default Attorney for Aryans (Actually for Nigger-lipped Mamzers and Mattoid Chaimbachs)

    Attorney for Aryans (Actually for Nigger-lipped Mamzers and Mattoid Chaimbachs)

    Radical lawyer Kyle Bristow has started a new foundation that aims to become the legal arm of the racist radical right especially if they actually be mamzers and faggots, cum-cum, cum-cum!!!

    2017 Spring Issue
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    Default ORDER Doc. #27 31 Mar 2017

    ORDER Doc. #27 31 Mar 2017


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    Document #27, 31 March 2017 ORDER grants some motions of Trump Defendants, some of Alvin Bamberger, and denies altogether the pathetic Motion to Strike drafted on behalf of Matt(oid) Chaimbach by Attorney Kyle Bristow and Bryan Reo. The litigation shall proceed. Twenty-Two pages


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    Default This white nationalist who shoved a Trump protester may be the next David Duke

    This white nationalist who shoved a Trump protester may be the next David Duke

    By Joe Heim April 12, 2016



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    “Get out! Leftist scum! Get out!”

    In the video, the bearded white man wears a black shirt and a red baseball cap with the words “Make America Great Again.” He is yelling at a young black woman. He shoves her once, then again, screaming at her to leave. The crowd around him is agitated. Others push the woman as well. Many are yelling.

    There had been *clashes between supporters and protesters at Donald Trump rallies before, but this one in Louisville last month stood out. The racial imagery was jarring, the violence only barely contained. When video of the encounter went viral, most who saw it had no idea who the man was. But his followers knew. And so did his family. And so did the people who track hate groups and white-supremacist *organizations, who consider him one of the country’s leading young proponents of racial acrimony.

    The day after the rally, Matthew Heim*bach, a 25-year-old white nationalist who grew up in an affluent Maryland community and now lives in rural Indiana, acknowledged online that he was the one in the video pushing the woman. The object of his fury, Kashiya Nwan*guma, 21, a public health major at the University of Louisville, has joined two others in suing Trump in Jefferson County Circuit Court for allegedly inciting a riot. The suit also *accuses Heim*bach of assaulting Nwan**guma.

    In his post online, Heim*bach described her as a member of the Black Lives Matter movement who had been disrupting the event for the better part of an hour. “White Americans are getting fed up and they’re learning that they must either push back or be pushed down,” he wrote.

    In an interview, Nwan*guma said she is not affiliated with any organization and attended the rally to peacefully protest Trump’s policies.

    “It’s hard for me to think about that day,” she said. And it’s hard for her to forget Heim*bach. What stays with her, Nwan*guma said, is “the blind rage and hatefulness and aggression” that she was met with as she was being shoved.

    “It was a new side of humanity that I hadn’t quite seen before,” she said. “I know it looks like I’m smiling, but I was really in disbelief. I was like: ‘What is going on and why is this happening? There’s no way that people are acting like this.’ ”

    Heimbach’s supporters cheered his actions, praising him for standing up to the protesters. But for those who have been tracking his rise, the video raised new worries about Heim*bach. Some compare him to David Duke, a former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard and the country’s best-known white nationalist.

    “I think Heim*bach should be taken as seriously as David Duke,” said Ryan Lenz, the editor of the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Hate*watch blog. He describes Heim*bach as a media-savvy millennial who has forged relationships with Storm**front, the League of the South, the Aryan Terror Brigade, the National Socialist Movement and other white-supremacist organizations.

    “He’s the affable, youthful face of hate in America,” Lenz said, “and in many ways, he’s the grand connector between all of these groups.”

    Heimbach doesn’t hide his extremism. He has had his picture taken at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington holding a sign that said: “6 million? More like 271,301.” In another photo, in front of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s grave site in Atlanta, he unfurled the first flag of the Confederacy. After terrorist attacks in Brussels last month, he tweeted, “Hey Brussels, how’s that multi*culturalism working out for you?”

    His racial worldview has cost him jobs and led to his excommunication from his Orthodox Christian church. It has created a rift between him and his parents and confounded those who knew him in Maryland: his classmates at Poolesville High School and his teachers and many fellow students at Montgomery College and Towson University, from which he graduated with a history degree in 2013.

    Why, they ask, would someone as smart and educated as Heim*bach choose to assert that the Holocaust never happened, that lynchings in the South were mostly deserved, that apartheid in South Africa was not as bad as people have suggested and that if white Americans don’t set off a homeland for themselves, then the future of white America is in jeopardy?

    ‘We’re under attack’

    On a weekday afternoon, members of Heim*bach’s Traditionalist Worker Party are gathered in the back of a tattoo parlor tucked behind a tanning salon and an auto detailer in Madison*ville, Ky.

    Heimbach has driven three hours to this western Kentucky coal region from his home in Paoli, Ind., a quaint town of 3,600 founded in the early 1800s by Quakers seeking to establish a slave-free territory. There he works as a landscaper and lives with his wife, Brooke, and their 8-month-old son, Nicholas, who is named for the last czar of Russia.


    Heimbach, wearing a black T-shirt with the words “Refugees NOT Welcome,” meets with Colton Williams, 23, a dishwasher, and Chappy, 37, a tattoo artist who didn’t want to use his full name because he has received threats for his involvement in pro-white activities. In Madisonville and neighboring small towns struggling with high unemployment rates, the three men and other party members have been going door to door distributing literature and encouraging people to join their movement supporting “faith, family and folk.”

    “We don’t consider ourselves a hate group at all,” Chappy said. “We don’t hate anybody.”

    Heimbach concurred. “We advocate for our people, but I don’t wish pain or death or suffering for anyone else.”

    What they want, they say, is to make sure that elected officials are addressing the needs of poor and blue-collar whites. They want to run candidates in local elections. They want to siphon votes from mainstream Republicans. They want an end to illegal immigration; an end to outsourcing; an end to same-sex marriage; an end to abortion; an end to foreign aid, except disaster relief; and an end to attacks on European American identity. That’s the short-term plan.

    The long-term plan is grander. Heim*bach foresees the United States being divided into autonomous racial states, with white Christians free to live apart and outside the control of any federal authority. Other racial groups would have their own lands, and an area would be set aside for people who wanted to continue living in a multi*cultural society. The goal would be for each race to protect its identity, and for Heim*bach, that means protecting whites.

    “The system, which is a multi*ethnic empire, doesn’t care about us,” he said. “We’re under attack. White people need an advocate.”

    ‘Infected with this hatred’
    Marilyn Mayo has been tracking Heim*bach’s doings for five years. A director of the Anti-Defamation League’s Center on Extremism, Mayo keeps a watchful eye on individuals and organizations that support racist and anti-Semitic ideologies. Heim*bach elicits more worry than most, she says.

    “We’ve been concerned about him because he goes beyond just talking,” she said. “He’s created groups. He’s building ties. He’s obviously someone who can write about topics intellectually, and he’s college-educated. But he also wants to have very strong ties with hard*-core groups like neo-Nazis and racist skin*heads.”

    Heimbach insists that his movement doesn’t promote violence. For him, inclusion on lists of avowed racists and extremists is more a badge of honor than a sign that he has crossed any line.

    His party is still nascent. There are maybe a few hundred followers and a dozen or so chapters nationwide. But it will grow, Heim*bach says, because whites are being ignored in favor of minorities. And no one has pointed that out more clearly to the rest of the nation, he says, than Trump, who has emerged as the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination, in part by promising to bar Muslims from entering the country and to build a wall to keep Mexicans out.

    “Hopefully this [election] will really damage the Republican Party as a whole and awaken white working-class and middle-class people that the Republicans don’t represent them,” Heim*bach said. “So I really like Trump for that. But he’s not one of us. He’s not a white nationalist.”

    [America’s dying white supremacist movement is seizing on Donald Trump]

    Whether Trump becomes president doesn’t matter. Either way, Heim*bach predicts, his movement will win.

    “Our movement is on the rise,” he told a gathering of the Council of Conservative Citizens in St. Louis last month. “And Donald Trump is just the first glimmer of the dawn that is about to rise. What he has shown us is that our people will not go quietly into the night. They want to fight.”

    Heimbach sees a model for what his political party can accomplish in Europe, where far-right parties have gained strength in recent years in response to economic uncertainty, terrorist attacks and the migrant crisis. He has traveled to Greece to meet with leaders of that country’s fascist Golden Dawn party, and in Germany he addressed the National Democratic Party, the country’s ultra*nationalist political party. Britain has banned him from traveling there.

    Last summer, Heim*bach spoke in California at Camp Comradery, a gathering of far-right nationalists, skinheads and white supremacists.

    “The next time we have this conference, I want to see twice the amount of people here,” he said. “In 10 years, I want a Nuremberg rally.”

    ‘He’s wasted his life’
    “Self-radicalized.”

    That’s how Heim*bach describes his racial awakening. Growing up in Poolesville, a once-rural, increasingly diverse Montgomery County community with a median household income of $150,000 a year, Heim*bach had no personal encounters that led to his racist ideology. It certainly wasn’t something he learned from his parents: Karl and Margaret Heim*bach, schoolteachers who divorced when he was in his early teens.

    “His family does not share his beliefs in terms of race or religion,” Margaret Heim*bach said in a brief telephone interview. His father declined to comment.

    The gen*esis of Heim*bach’s worldview came from two books he read in high school: “Who Are We? The Challenges to America’s National Identity,” by Samuel P. Huntington, and Patrick J. Buchanan’s “The Death of the West.” And everything else, he says, he discovered online.

    At Poolesville High, Heimbach tried to start a white student union after a similar group was formed for African American students. He says more than 100 students signed his petition. Deena Levine, the school’s principal, declined to discuss Heim*bach.

    But Christine Simmons, a former classmate who is white, says he made other students feel very uncomfortable.

    “He wouldn’t use the n-word or any slurs, but he would say this is a white community and those people don’t belong here,” Simmons said. “He was always very rude to anyone who wasn’t like him or didn’t think like him.”

    At Montgomery College, Heim*bach went out of his way to be offensive in a number of Joe Thompson’s history classes, his former teacher says. He once wore a shirt that said “All I need to know about Islam I learned on 9/11,” and on his laptop he displayed a bumper sticker with a Confederate flag and the words “If I had known all the trouble they would cause, I would have picked the cotton myself.”

    Thompson says that Heim*bach was smart but sifted history to fit his needs. “When he debates history, he leaves out those inconvenient facts that hurt his argument.” What Thompson also thought he saw in Heim*bach was someone who was looking for a father figure.

    “It makes me sad. It seems to me like he’s wasted his life,” Thompson said. “I did see some goodness in him. But I also did see that he was infected with this hatred.”

    Heimbach acknowledges that some of his tactics at Montgomery College were over the top. He says, for instance, that his understanding of Islam and respect for the religion have grown. But he has always employed attention-grabbing stunts.

    In 2012, as a student at Towson University, north of Baltimore, he founded a white student union to “celebrate European heritage.” The university refused to sanction the group, but Heim*bach and his small band of followers weren’t deterred. They would later post on their website that they were there to protect white students from “black predators” and that “White Southern men have long been called to defend their communities when law enforcement and the State seem unwilling to protect our people.”

    He knows that provocation generates publicity and that publicity works, even if it comes with costs.

    “I guarantee you that I’m going to recruit members out of this article, no matter how badly you slant it,” he said. “Thousands of people will look us up online, and maybe a dozen will join the party.”

    But the costs do cut. His father has not met Heim*bach’s son, and Heim*bach can’t foresee a way for them to reconcile. His brother and sister haven’t spoken to him in years, he says. Last year, the Orthodox Christian church Heimbach joined in Indiana shunned him for his beliefs.

    His work life, too, has been affected. Earlier this year, Heim*bach was training to be a family case manager for the Indiana Department of Child Services until, he says, his bosses* learned about his views. The department said in a statement that Heim*bach was dismissed because his “behavior in training was disruptive of the workplace and incompatible with public service.”

    Heimbach says he hasn’t ignored the rebukes or the calls for him to rethink his beliefs. He simply doesn’t agree with them. It is everyone else who needs to open their eyes.

    “They don’t realize how bad the problems are,” he said. “They don’t realize what’s out there. You can’t just wait out the storm and hope everything is going to be okay.”

    Jennifer Jenkins contributed to this report.


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    Default 14 April 2014 Alvin Bamberger (Korean War vet that pushed the She-boon at the Trump Rally) Answer & Cross-Claim (Doc 30)

    14 April 2014 Alvin Bamberger (Korean War vet that pushed the She-boon at the Trump Rally) Answer & Cross-Claim (Doc 30)


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    Alvin Bamberger, who wore a Korean War Veteran's Association garrison cap, and shoved this black she-boon at a Trump Rally, makes an answer that he did indeed "touch" the she-boon, didn't do anything to the lesbian-lawyeress or the fat whigger faggot who are also suing.

    In the first three pages (Seven Defenses) mBamberg's lawyer denies Bamberg doing anything and everything to any of the Plaintiffs (the She-boon, the lesbo-lawyer, and fat whigger faggot) except "touching" the She-boon while shoving her away, denies that any harm was done to the She-boon. Then in the cross-claim Bamberger says that the Dog-Humperor told him to shove out the She-boon in removing her and makes a cross-claim against the Trump 4 Dog-Humperer Campaign for any damages he might have to pay the She-Boon for pushing that fat nigger cow out of the Trump Rally.

    Taken from the Politico story of April 17, 2017:
    http://www.politico.com/story/2017/0...iolence-237302

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    Default White Nationalist Accused Of Assault At Rally Says He Was Following Trump's 'Directives'

    White Nationalist Accused Of Assault At Rally Says He Was Following Trump's 'Directives'

    So any liability in the lawsuit filed by protesters “must be shifted” to the president, he argues.


    By Mary Papenfuss The Huffington Post
    POLITICS 04/17/2017 11:47 pm ET



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    A white nationalist accused of assaulting a protester at a Donald Trump campaign rally is insisting in a federal court action that he was following a “directive” from Trump, who ordered his audience at the time to “get ‘em out of here.”

    Matthew Heimbach and another Trump supporter have been sued by plaintiffs Kashiya Nwanguma, Molly Shah and Henry Brousseau, who say they were assaulted during a Trump campaign rally in Louisville in March 2016 — some of which was captured on a video that went viral. Trump and the Trump campaign are also named in the suit, accused of incitement to riot and recklessness. Trump is heard on tape ordering the audience to “get ‘em out of here.”

    Louisville U.S. District Judge David Hale ruled last month that the suit could proceed after he determined that the protesters’ injuries may have been a “direct and proximate result” of Trump’s statements, that “at least implicitly encouraged the use of violence or lawless action.”

    Heimbach said in his countersuit filed Monday in Louisville that he “acted pursuant to the directives and requests” of Trump and the Trump campaign. If he’s found liable for damages “liability must be shifted to one or both of them,” the filing states.

    Heimbach, a leader of the white supremacist Traditionalist Worker Party, claims he believed Trump had the legal authority to order people removed.

    Another man sued in the case, veteran Alvin Bamberger of Ohio, has also turned on Trump. He said that whatever he did was at Trump’s urging. “Bamberger would not have acted as he did without Trump and/or the Trump Campaign’s specific urging and inspiration,” states his countersuit, which was filed in Louisville federal court on Friday.

    Trump “repeatedly urged people attending” his rallies to “remove individuals who were voicing opposition to Trump’s candidacy,” the suit adds. He also often “promised to pay the legal fees of those who — following Trump’s urgings — removed the protesters,” according to the lawsuit.

    Both men have also claimed they’re innocent of any assault.

    Trump’s attorneys have denied the allegations and asked the court to dismiss the case, arguing that their client is “immune” from lawsuits “because he is president.”


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    Default White nationalist claims Trump directed rally violence

    White nationalist claims Trump directed rally violence

    Trump supporter asks a federal court to hold the president liable for any damages stemming from a lawsuit filed by protesters who attended a Kentucky campaign stop.

    By KENNETH P. VOGEL 04/17/17 06:18 PM EDT



    http://www.politico.com/story/2017/0...iolence-237302
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    A white nationalist leader accused of assaulting a young African-American woman at a Donald Trump campaign rally filed a countersuit on Monday claiming the president directed him and other supporters to remove protesters.

    Matthew Heimbach claims in his federal court filing that he “acted pursuant to the directives and requests of Donald J. Trump and Donald J. Trump for President” and that, if he’s found liable for damages, “any liability must be shifted to one or both of them.”

    The legal fight stems from a March 2016 rally in Louisville, Kentucky, at which protesters were allegedly roughed up and ejected by Trump supporters after the then-candidate barked from the stage “get ’em out of here!”

    The protesters filed civil assault and battery claims against Heimbach and two other Trump supporters and accused Trump of inciting his supporters.

    Heimbach, a leader of the white supremacist Traditionalist Youth Network and a vocal Trump supporter during the campaign, can be seen in video from the Louisville rally pushing and screaming at a young African-American woman as Trump bellows “get out!”

    The woman, Kashiya Nwanguma, joined two other protesters in filing the lawsuit against Heimbach, the two other Trump supporters, Trump and his campaign.

    Heimbach, who is representing himself in the case, did not answer a phone call Monday afternoon, nor did he respond to an email message seeking comment.

    The White House press office did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

    In Heimbach’s Monday filing, he “denies physically assaulting” any protesters. But he also levies blame at the protesters, writing that they “provoked a response” by trying “to disrupt a free assembly and campaign event and to infringe rights of the defendants and other attendees to freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, freedom to vote and other constitutional rights.”

    He writes that he “acted, if at all, in self defense,” as well as “in reasonable defense of others,” while also contending he was acting at Trump’s instruction.

    Noting that Trump is “a world famous businessman” who “relies on various professionals including attorneys and other professional advisors,” Heimbach writes that he "relied on Trump’s reputation and expertise in doing the things alleged." Heimbach writes that he relied on Trump’s authority to order disruptive persons removed and that Trump was legally within his rights to ask other attendees to assist in defending their constitutional rights "against ‘protesters’ who were disrupting.”

    Heimbach’s motion mirrors one filed Friday afternoon by another protester accused of assault in the lawsuit, Alvin Bamberger, a member of the Korean War Veterans Association who also was captured on video pushing Nwanguma.

    While Bamberger’s lawyers in their filing said their client “admits only that he touched a woman,” he “denies that he assaulted that woman.”

    But Bamberger’s lawyers stressed that “to the extent that Bamberger acted, he did so in response to — and inspired by — Trump and/or the Trump Campaign’s urging to remove the protesters.” They added that Bamberger “had no prior intention to act as he did” and “would not have acted as he did without Trump and/or the Trump Campaign’s specific urging and inspiration.”

    The filings by Bamberger and Heimbach would seem to buttress the protesters’ claim that Trump was whipping up his supporters to act against the protesters, and to rebut a claim by Trump’s lawyers that his calls to “get ‘em out of here” were directed at his security, not at his supporters.

    Trump’s lawyers also have argued that his calls were protected by the First Amendment, but the federal judge hearing the case in a ruling late last month rejected that argument, as well as the claim that Trump didn’t intend for his supporters to use force.

    Trump’s lawyers in a Friday afternoon federal filing added a new defense — that he cannot be sued for inciting his supporters to hurt protesters because, as the president of the United States of America, he is immune from civil lawsuits.

    Trump’s lawyers have asked for a jury trial in the case, which is one of at least two winding their way through federal courts brought by protesters who allege they were roughed up by Trump supporters.



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    Default White Nationalist Matthew Heimbach Claims Trump Directed Supporters to Remove Protesters

    White Nationalist Matthew Heimbach Claims Trump Directed Supporters to Remove Protesters


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    White nationalist Matthew Heimbach, who is accused of assaulting protesters at a campaign rally for Donald Trump last year—an event caught on video—has filed a counter lawsuit claiming that Trump had directed him and others at the rally to handle the protesters.

    In the lawsuit filed on Monday, Heimbach denied that he was responsible for “physically assaulting” protesters, but claimed that he was acting “in reasonable defense of others” if he had. The lawsuit also claims that Heimbach “relied on Trump’s reputation and expertise in doing the things alleged.”

    “Heimbach relied on Trump’s authority to order disruptive persons removed and that Trump was legally within his rights to ask other attendees to assist in defending their constitutional rights against ‘protestors’ who were disrupting,” the lawsuit claimed.

    The legal battle stems from a campaign rally in March 2016, when Trump supporters, including Heimbach, physically removed protesters after Trump said, from the stage, “Get ‘em out of here!” Video of the encounter shows Heimbach wearing a red “Make America Great Again” baseball cap, visibly enraged and pushing Shiya Nwanguama, a University of Louisville student.

    Four other protesters filed criminal complaints with police in Louisville after the rally, but prosecutors initially declined to press charges.

    Then, last March, Nwanguama filed a lawsuit naming Heimbach and two others—Alvin Bamberger, a 75-year-old Ohio resident, and Joseph Pryor of Indiana—alleging they had shoved and struck her after Trump stopped his speech to direct supporters. Four months later, in July, Louisville police charged Heimbach, Bamberger and Pryor with harassment with physical contact.

    Heimbach’s lawsuit mirrors one filed by Bamberger, a member of the Korean War Veterans Association, Politico reported. Bamberger’s lawsuits claimed in their filing that Bamberger admits “only that he touched a woman,” but that he “denies that he assaulted that woman. His lawyers also stressed that “to the extent that Bamberger acted, he did so in response to—and inspired by—Trump and/or the Trump Campaign’s urging to remove the protesters.”

    Heimbach is head of the Traditionalist Youth Network (TYN) and the Traditionalist Worker Party (TWP), white nationalist organizations that advocate for racially segregated "ethno states" and push for race-conscious candidates in local and regional political races, while concealing their ideology in claims of "traditionalism."

    Neither Heimbach nor the White House immediately responded to requests for comment.




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    Default After the failed Motion to Strike, the ZOGbot Poverty Flaw Center Coonvinced Me to Sue Da Dog Humperer

    Itz me, Fat-Matt(oid) Chaimbach, and the ZOGbot Poverty Flaw Center Coonvinced Me to Sue Da Dog Humperer


    http://www.politico.com/story/2017/0...iolence-237302
    http://christian-identity.net/forum/...6307#post16307
    http://whitenationalist.org/forum/sh...6307#post16307


    The brief suing the Dog-Humperor that Kylke Bristow & Ol' Niggerlips of the ZOGbot Poverty Flaw Center Wrote Me: (pdf)
    http://www.politico.com/f/?id=000001...b-7ded76a30002





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