Breaking: Pro-lifers to sue Jimmy Kimmel

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Read backstories here and here.

My July 2 post ended with:

I asked whether there was going to be a lawsuit for the June 25 attempt to light-fry Ryan Bueler and was told he hadn't decided whether or not to file. I hope he does. Stay tuned.

Today I heard word that Bueler and perhaps one other are indeed planning to sue...

We will cast a broad net, suing crew members individually; security guards; retired officers posing as active duty and off-duty cops acting as if they were on duty to thwart our attempts to get the assault to stop; the company that hired the camera crew, which may be different than Kimmel; and yes, Kimmel.

Re: those retired and off-duty policemen, allegedly there were a number of them dressed in uniform for Jimmy Kimmel's stunt shoot who posed as on-duty cops to the pro-life activists when the skirmish began, and apparently they were all caught on video. If true, this would be bad, very bad for their side. In fact, I'm told video of the posers will be made available over the weekend. Again, stay tuned.


Comments:

There's ALWAYS video when the Survivors are involved. They always keep a camera rolling during activities like this, just to have proof of any illegal activity by the opposing side.

Posted by: Amy at July 9, 2010 6:33 PM


Good!!

Posted by: carla Author Profile Page at July 9, 2010 9:17 PM


I'm glad they're suing - they've got an excellent basis for a tort case.

Posted by: Marauder at July 10, 2010 6:12 AM


Belgium's plan to wash its dead down the drain: Bodies would be dissolved in caustic solution... and flushed into the sewer

By Allan Hall

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1292778/Belgium-considers-proposals-dissolve-bodies-flush-sewage-systems.html?ITO=1490#ixzz0tHJo0HkN


[Adds new meaning to 'circling the drain'.
Will this option be included in the death panels end of life counseling unber b.o.'s hellth scare scam?
"Don't flush me, bro!]

Posted by: yor bro ken at July 10, 2010 6:39 AM


I too am glad they're suing. They may even win some kind of relief against the lighting operator. But that's ok, the negative publicity showing what a bunch of whiny, entitled little mama's boys the "survivors" are will be priceless.

Posted by: Penny Dreadful at July 10, 2010 9:21 AM


Just when you thought veteran pro-life muckraker Kevin Sherlock hung up his radioactive laptop for good, he releases two books in 2010 on immigration that do nothing to soften his image. “Ellis Island Scrapbook” is kinder and gentler (relatively speaking) and “When America Did Immigration Right” is meaner and harsher. Both books cover the Ellis Island Era, when we actually had standards to keep out loafers, criminals, wage-depressing contract workers, illegals, criminals and moral degenerates, and those who hated American institutions and would not assimilate.

Both books are aggressively and cheerfully pro-American, both celebrate Judeo-Christian heritage, and both explain what it took to become an American in an era when the American people expected assimilation and frequently backed it up physically. The books argue the Ellis Island approach with updated techniques could make Americans much safer.

These books underwent subject expert scrutiny and passed with flying colors. These books have the endorsement of Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio, and talk show host Rusty Humphries. They also have the appreciation of Americans ranging from Minutemen and tea partiers who like his patriotism and attacks on the Nanny State to blacks who appreciate the spotlight Sherlock put on anti-black hatred (especially by feminists and progressives) and the accomplishments of American blacks, to Orthodox Jews and Eastern Orthodox Christians who appreciate how Sherlock attacked jihadists, Nazis, and Reds who murdered people of their blood. Sherlock is an immigration restriction advocate who celebrates Hispanic culture instead of slighting it; he is a Catholic and has some Spanish heritage.

“Ellis Island Scrapbook” covers abortion in Europe in the 1800s and 1900s, explains why abortionists feared execution, spotlights Nazi abortionists who attacked Slavic and Jewish women, and covers the impact of bisexual racist Margaret Sanger on immigration. (She railed against the poor, blacks, Catholics, Jews, American Indians, and Hispanics. She argued for forcibly sterilizing the poor.)

“When America Did Immigration Right” covers the relationship of “white slavery” and abortion in America, and also covers the impact of Margaret Sanger on immigration and the abortion trade. Sherlock discusses La Sanger like guys at a bar would, pointing out she was essentially a globetrotting bisexual whore who lied about her credentials as a nurse (she didn’t have a nurse’s license, setting an example for many Planned Parenthood staffers), she hated the poor, and she chased a series of Euros (males and females) ranging from starched English degenerates to Stalinist comrades who treated her like the easily available slut she was. He also covers the fight against “white slavery,” which actually targeted most girls, regardless of age or religion of parents.

Each book has 260 color and black & white pictures, and numerous maps. “Ellis Island Scrapbook” has more European history and vignettes; “When America Did Immigration Right” has more American history and an analysis of why the present day immigration can be called “Gilligan’s Island,” not “Ellis Island.”

Check out the Brennyman Books website for info on both books. Sherlock is at his teaching and conversational best. You will not be bored.

Posted by: Mike Dragovic at July 10, 2010 10:05 AM


Just when you thought veteran pro-life muckraker Kevin Sherlock hung up his radioactive laptop for good, he releases two books in 2010 on immigration that do nothing to soften his image. “Ellis Island Scrapbook” is kinder and gentler (relatively speaking) and “When America Did Immigration Right” is meaner and harsher. Both books cover the Ellis Island Era, when we actually had standards to keep out loafers, criminals, wage-depressing contract workers, illegals, criminals and moral degenerates, and those who hated American institutions and would not assimilate.

Both books are aggressively and cheerfully pro-American, both celebrate Judeo-Christian heritage, and both explain what it took to become an American in an era when the American people expected assimilation and frequently backed it up physically. The books argue the Ellis Island approach with updated techniques could make Americans much safer.

These books underwent subject expert scrutiny and passed with flying colors. These books have the endorsement of Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio, and talk show host Rusty Humphries. They also have the appreciation of Americans ranging from Minutemen and tea partiers who like his patriotism and attacks on the Nanny State to blacks who appreciate the spotlight Sherlock put on anti-black hatred (especially by feminists and progressives) and the accomplishments of American blacks, to Orthodox Jews and Eastern Orthodox Christians who appreciate how Sherlock attacked jihadists, Nazis, and Reds who murdered people of their blood. Sherlock is an immigration restriction advocate who celebrates Hispanic culture instead of slighting it; he is a Catholic and has some Spanish heritage.

“Ellis Island Scrapbook” covers abortion in Europe in the 1800s and 1900s, explains why abortionists feared execution, spotlights Nazi abortionists who attacked Slavic and Jewish women, and covers the impact of bisexual racist Margaret Sanger on immigration. (She railed against the poor, blacks, Catholics, Jews, American Indians, and Hispanics. She argued for forcibly sterilizing the poor.)

“When America Did Immigration Right” covers the relationship of “white slavery” and abortion in America, and also covers the impact of Margaret Sanger on immigration and the abortion trade. Sherlock discusses La Sanger like guys at a bar would, pointing out she was essentially a globetrotting bisexual whore who lied about her credentials as a nurse (she didn’t have a nurse’s license, setting an example for many Planned Parenthood staffers), she hated the poor, and she chased a series of Euros (males and females) ranging from starched English degenerates to Stalinist comrades who treated her like the easily available slut she was. He also covers the fight against “white slavery,” which actually targeted most girls, regardless of age or religion of parents.

Each book has 260 color and black & white pictures, and numerous maps. “Ellis Island Scrapbook” has more European history and vignettes; “When America Did Immigration Right” has more American history and an analysis of why the present day immigration can be called “Gilligan’s Island,” not “Ellis Island.”

Check out the Brennyman Books website for info on both books. Sherlock is at his teaching and conversational best. You will not be bored.

Posted by: Mike Dragovic at July 10, 2010 10:08 AM


Yea your right... pointless, wasteful, publicity lawsuits don’t hurt this country at all... but who cares as long as you get an interview on FOX & Friends…… pathetic!

Posted by: Biggz at July 10, 2010 12:03 PM


Mr. Dragovic:
I don't see the relevance your comments have related to pro-life protesters. Actually, your comments don't make much sense in general.

Could you please provide some explanation so I know whether you're incensed at being daring to be American or simply being some sort of devil's advocate?

Posted by: John at July 10, 2010 9:13 PM


Mr. Dragovic:
I don't see the relevance your comments have related to pro-life protesters. Actually, your comments don't make much sense in general.

Could you please provide a more organized line of thought? I can't tell whether you're incensed that someone dares to be an American or whether you're simply tossing out some random idiocy?

Posted by: John at July 10, 2010 9:16 PM


Sure, Marauder, you right wing hypocrites love lawsuits when it suits your purposes, yet hate them if your corporate masters are sued. So-called prolifers only want to have orgasms with fetuses.

Posted by: Joe at July 10, 2010 9:35 PM


Hmm. Sorry about the double posting. I thought the internet was being fussy, so I thought I gave up.

Oops.


Uh, Joe, I'm not getting your angst about lawsuits, nor your contention of right wing hypocrites?
Seems to me your "progressive" left wing friends have been using and abusing law AND lawsuits to manipulate people for years.

Are you peeved that someone actually dares to fight back using your preferred tactics?

Posted by: John at July 10, 2010 10:13 PM


Hey,John. You must be a pro-life newbie. Or maybe a punk or a plant from the pro-abort or child molester community.

Kevin Sherlock is the meanest pro-life muckraker this movement has ever seen. Google "Kevin Sherlock" and "abortion" to see what I mean. Sherlock wrote "Victims of Choice" and "Scarlet Survey," the only two pro-life books that name names of abortionists who killed girls and young women coming in for abortions. Sherlock named double the number of victims of abortions that the CDC did for the 1980s.

Sherlock's reward has been to be arrested numerous times by police protecting abortion providers, and to be criticized by pantywaist pro-lifers like you who were not man enough to fight abortion providers so they criticized the crude language he used in his books.

Sherlock even now is exposing child molesters in the schools, and child molesters who are getting a free pass in Ohio due to the corruption and knuckleheadism of Summit County Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh. Her aide Jean Workman, who looks like an escapee from a dairy farm, is shacked up with serial child molester Scott Dietz, and she is enabling him to break sex offender registration laws. Sherri also got a small sentence for a vermin named Harig, who molested several boys; his parents are wealthy real estate people.

Sherlock, in attacking the joke of an immigration system we have now, still found time in his books to mock Margaret Sanger and tie Nazi doctors to the war crimes they committed in forcing Slavic and Jewish women to undergo abortions.

All I tried to do was point out Sherlock didn't forget the pro-life cause in writing about immigration. For a punk like you to criticize Sherlock is like Barney Frank criticizing Teddy Roosevelt.

Posted by: dragovic at July 10, 2010 11:29 PM


Hello dragovic,
I wasn't criticizing Mr. Sherlock. I was criticizing YOU!
..And I will again: I still can't discern the relevance of your comments?
Nothing in the blog, videos, or other comments mentions anything about Mr. Sherlock. Jeff White was arrested, Ryan Bueler got a nasty--and unexpected--tanning job, but nothing about Mr. Sherlock until your comments. So again: Relevance?

BTW, did the police truly arrest Mr. White? Or merely detain him for a few hours? Did they press charges against him or merely remove the ringleader from a potentially ugly situation?

Either way, I'm not surprised the police intervened. When you display pictures of aborted children, allow profanity from your group, and generally display a nasty attitude, I expect the police likely WILL act, if only to maintain reasonable crowd control. Unfortunately, I can't even fault the police for their tolerance of the light crew's actions. Aside from abusive use of the lights, they didn't act with open aggression against anyone, but DID have a reason for being there. On this ground, I think a lawsuit makes the most sense.

Ultimately, whether Mr. Sherlock was involved in this or not, I've long had rigorous reservations regarding some pro-life actions. I understand the signs intend to provoke people into seeing the bloodshed afoot, but we've had them for over 10 years now and abortion hasn't been curbed. I don't think that technique has been effective.

Nor have rowdy protest efforts.
If you think me a "pantywaist" because I haven't intentionally sought arrest over abortion, think about this: Operation Rescue efforts have NOT persuaded anyone--including me, frankly--that abortion might be a plague. I think these efforts have mostly convinced people that numerous radical pro-lifers out there are willing to be hoods and thugs.

Not exactly an image that's likely to change minds and hearts!

I would've thought it FAR more effective to pray a Rosary and hold vigil outside the show instead; get some pro-life counselors involved, like they do outside abortion mills.

If this is criticism of Mr. Sherlock, so be it.
I will say it again even: Rowdy displays of outrage haven't solved a thing in 35 years!

If you want to protest abortion effectively, quit being a jackass about it. PRAY like you mean good for someone else!

Posted by: John at July 11, 2010 1:18 AM


John-boy, again you wet the bed.

Kevin Sherlock was not involved with the Jimmy Kimmel incident. Nor was Kevin Sherlock an Operation Rescue type. Instead, OR people disassembled a booklet Sherlock wrote in the late 1980s ("Abortion Buster's Manual," which showed pro-lifers how to do public records research on abortionists' crimes, malpractice cases, and other evil acts) and illicitly copied it hundreds of times, and put their own cover on it to fundraise. Then the OR plagiarists came blubbering to Sherlock in the wake of the "euthanizing" of abortionist David Gunn in Florida because Janet Reno's feds put heat on them and called it an inflammatory book.

Sherlock used to hand out summaries of abortionists' malpractice cases to customers at abortion mills, to warn them they could get hurt at the hands of these non-union butchers. He was jailed for physically defending himself from abortion mill guards who attacked him. He was also jailed after he beat down an irate boyfriend at an abortion mill who attacked a Rosary-praying woman. (Would you defend a woman from such an animal, John-boy?)He was acquitted on all charges in all these cases on grounds of self-defense, and coming to the aid of another.

Sherlock has been shunned by evangelical a-holes in the movement as "not being a real Christian" because they don't like his militant Catholicism or his impolite language. Sherlock, a military veteran, never said he was sorry for who he was.

All you holier than thou types are going to have to apologize to militants like Joan of Arc if you even are allowed to get to Heaven. Christ himself said the lukewarm he would vomit out of his mouth.

Posted by: Dragovic at July 11, 2010 8:22 AM


Dragovic,
I'll certainly hope the Mr. Sherlock typically behaves and speaks in a more civil manner than what you seem to portray.

If not, while exposing truth is always good, doing so in a questionable manner is not.

We need to win the war against abortion. We DON'T need to fight as though we're bar-room brawlers and trash. I don't agree that you have much in common with Joan of Arc or other saints. Joan of Arc led an army for the heir-apparent to the French crown. You appear more as if you're interested in a take-no-prisoners bloodbath. You may succeed in saving a few lives, but you're likely to kill more souls by your approach.

BTW, I'm a practicing Catholic and former military officer myself. Mr. Sherlock doesn't sound to me like any faithful man or commander I would ever genuinely respect.

Posted by: John at July 11, 2010 1:39 PM


Kimmel was dating Sarah Silverman who joked on his show that 2 Chinese women told her she looked like olive oil...hahaha...she does! one could only expect a classless man and woman together.

Posted by: heather at July 11, 2010 2:27 PM


John, it's hard to believe a military officer like you profess to be would criticize a man like Sherlock for refusing to stand by and allow a Rosary-praying woman to be mugged. A military man's sense of honor wouldn't allow such an outrage to occur without his response. I suspect you're a peo-abort plant or the idiot who designed the "courageous restraint" medal.

Sherlock is a military veteran of the old school, who views enemies as people to be crushed if they didn't surrender or leave. So am I. (And so were Joan of Arc, John Sobieski, Queen Isabella of Spain, the Maccabees, George Washington, Don Juan of Austria, General Sherman, Constantine,and a host of others who didn't play at war but tried to win them.) Even President Reagan, who tried to win the Cold War with as little bloodshed as possible, did so by force and pressure instead of by detente.

If you really were an officer (which I doubt) and you are a representative example of the military officer of today, then it's little wonder we are having problems crushing Moslem terrorists. Maybe we should let the rival gangs of Mecca-facing cockroaches take each other out and bring our young servicemen home instead of subjecting them to war under limp wimp leadership, rank-seeking cowards who won't back their fighting men.

At any rate, I don't need your respect, and we're not converting each other, and I suspect you're a pro-abort plant anyway, so I'll end this dialog. In my service, it was "Duty, Honor, Country." In yours, it's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell!"

Posted by: Dragovic at July 11, 2010 2:59 PM


Dragovic,

I'm sorry to see your horrid attitude and offended by your contemptuous view of my sense of honor. Your suggestion that I'd tolerate ANY person being mugged....small wonder we're having so much trouble eliminating abortion. You're making dangerously arrogant assumptions!

There is a time for civil discourse and a time for use of force. Thus far, we've not reached a point where use of violent force would be appropriate--it won't end abortion, but it might encourage more violence against Pro-Life protesters.

Joan of Arc et al indeed crushed their enemies...in DECLARED wars between nations!
The actions of many "militant" pro-lifers tend strongly toward terrorism, not solving the ultimate problem.

Please don't abuse Douglas MacArthur's line to justify your abusive efforts.
In my service, our core values were:
Integrity First
Service Before Self
Excellence in All We Do

In this light, I will insist on demanding that people speak and act with dignity. Life won't be worth much if we save lives, but kill spirits.

And if I do say so myself, that's not something a pro-choicer would write. That's some thing EVERY pro-lifer should demand!

Posted by: John at July 11, 2010 8:35 PM


I had not heard of this before but I cannot say that I am surprised.

Posted by: Bill at July 12, 2010 9:24 AM



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