January 5, 2014

Anti-White Gang Leader Ordered to Pay $50,000 for His Part in Violent Threats that Shut-Down Pro-White Conference

On Thursday (Jan. 3, 2014) an Oklahoma court ordered Daryle Lamont Jenkins, the black leader of one of the more active anti-White "antifa" gangs, to pay $50,000 in restitution to David Yeagley for interfering with Yeagley's contract to speak at the pro-White American Renaissance Conference.

In 2010 Jenkins, Jeffrey Imm, and other anti-white gang members called a hotel, that was scheduled to host the conference, with threats of violence if they allowed it to take place. Law enforcement did nothing, so Yeagley, one of the scheduled speakers, decided to take matters into his own hands and sued both Jenkins and Imm in civil court.

Imm appears to have settled out of court, but Jenkins insisted on his right to intimidate Whites in an effort to silence their voices, and counted on the anti-White courts to side with him. Yeagley's lawyers, W. Dan Nelson and Joe Sibley, are clever and experienced and were able to ensure that didn't happen.

The lawsuit against Jenkins accomplished three valuable objectives for the pro-White cause, it:
  1. forced Jenkins to close the online forum he had been using to organize his violent, anti-White activities
  2. forced him to pay monies which he will no longer be able to use to further his group's activities, and
  3. sent a message to other anti-Whites -- hoping to use the same methods in silencing Whites who speak-out against anti-White injustice -- that they will have to pay a price.
Finally, I had a brief run-in with Jenkins back in 2011, when his group was involved in an effort to stop a group of Whites, organizing to protect the interests of their fellow Whites, from using the conference room at the Worcester (MA) Public Library.

I blogged that story for the pubic record, as it was happening. See the following links if you'd like to know more:

The Art of Suppression
The Art of Suppression, Part II
The Art of Suppression, Part III: The Good Guys Win

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