Appeals court upholds lawsuit dismissal

A federal appeals court has upheld dismissal of a lawsuit against U.S. marshals in the raid of a strident anti-abortion author’s southwest Ohio home.
Associated Press
Mar 22, 2014

 

Its opinion still sharply questions the property seizure.

The three-judge 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel in Cincinnati affirmed Friday a lower court ruling that the marshals were legally protected from being sued while carrying out a court order for seizure of property against Michael Bray.

Court documents show the order came after a Planned Parenthood organization in Oregon won an $850,000 award against Bray in a lawsuit against activists they sued for intimidation by threat of force against abortion providers.

The panel called the Wilmington, Ohio, raid “a home attack” on Bray’s ability to express ideas.

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holysee

Yay!
Anti abortion nuts loose!
They loose property too!
Win win!
doG works in not so mysterious weighs!

The Big Dog's back

Great victory for the American people.

OMG.LOL.WT_

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v.tr.
1. To be unsuccessful in retaining possession of; mislay: He's always losing his car keys.
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thinkagain

As you can see by some of these comments, the crowning achievement of the Democrat party, is when an unborn baby gets it's limbs ripped off and it's skull crushed in.