On August 8, 2011, David Yeagley of Oklahoma filed suit against Jeffrey Imm and Daryle Lamont Jenkins in the District Court of Oklahoma County of Oklahoma for allegedly civilly conspiring and tortiously interfering with his contract to speak at the New Century Foundation’s American Renaissance February 2010 conference.

Tortious interference occurs when a tortfeasor (1) knows of the existence of a contract between the plaintiff and a third party, (2) intentionally or recklessly causes without privilege the contract to be breached, and (3) proximately causes the plaintiff to suffer injury as a result.

Civil conspiracy occurs when a tortfeasor (1) intentionally or recklessly enters into an agreement with a third party (2) to commit an unlawful act, and (3) proximately causes the plaintiff to suffer injury as a result.

Yeagley was represented by Oklahoma Attorney W. Dan Nelson and Texan Attorney Joe Sibley; Imm and Jenkins represented themselves without the assistance of attorneys. The lawsuit sought at least $10,000.00 in damages, but not more than $75,000.00. The reason why the damages were voluntarily capped by the plaintiff is because the cap prevented the defendants from removing the lawsuit from state to federal court through diversity jurisdiction. Diversity jurisdiction occurs when there is complete diversity between the plaintiffs’ and defendants’ state residencies and the lawsuit seeks over $75,000.00 in damages. The first prong was satisfied through fate; the second prong was prevented from occurring through legal ingenuity.

The reason why state court would arguably be better for the case to be litigated is because state court judges are elected by the public or appointed by the governor and Oklahoma is a conservative state—and would therefore have conservative judges—while federal judges are appointed by the president of the United States with the consent of the U.S. Senate—and as a result, the federal court that could have otherwise exercised diversity jurisdiction has judges appointed by Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter. In theory, a liberal judge would be more likely to rule in favor of the leftist defendants.

It is called “forum shopping” for attorneys to engage in efforts to have their case litigated in a court most likely to render a favorable judgment, and this is an excellent method by which to set the stage for a lawsuit.

According to the complaint filed by Yeagley’s attorneys, the case is “about a Native American patriot who has chosen to take a stand against the enemies of America and the enemies of freedom who promote violence and anarchy.” Describing the defendants as “openly tied to Communists,” the complaint alleges that Imm and Jenkins and their co-conspirators contacted hotels retained to host the American Renaissance conference and “used threats of murder, violence, and other tactics to induce those hotels to breach their contractual agreement to host Plaintiff’s speaking engagement.” The preliminary statement of the complaint palpably declares the intent of the lawsuit: ”These terrorists must now be brought to answer for their actions in Oklahoma.”

A few months after the lawsuit was filed, the case against Imm was dismissed—likely because Imm and Yeagley settled out of court. However, on January 17, 2012, Jenkins filed an answer to the complaint and filed a motion to dismiss for an alleged lack of personal jurisdiction.

In order for a court to render a lawful court order against a party, the court must have personal jurisdiction over that party. To have such jurisdiction, due process constitutional requirements must be met, as set forth in International Shoe Co. v. Washington, 326 U.S. 310 (1945). In this case decided by the Supreme Court of the United States, it was held that a party must have minimum contacts with a state in order for the constitutional requirements to be met.

Jenkins argued in his brief that he has had no contact with Oklahoma and—citing Zippo Manufacturing Co. v. Zippo Dot Com., Inc., 952 F.Supp. 1119 (W.D. Penn. 1997)—that his website—www.onepeoplesproject.com—is a static website in which users from Oklahoma could not interact with it by posting their own content. At about this time, Jenkins deactivated the “legendary” One People’s Project online forum and otherwise made his website less interactive—but changing his website was simply too little and too late to impact the lawsuit.

Yeagley’s attorneys argued in their responsive brief that Jenkins purposefully availed himself to jurisdiction in Oklahoma by intentionally trying to interfere with an Oklahoma citizen’s rights and by having operated a website with features that were interactive to residents of Oklahoma.

After the judge read the briefs submitted by Yeagley’s attorneys and Jenkins concerning the personal jurisdiction issue, the judge decided to overrule Jenkins’ motion. After this event occurred, Yeagley’s attorneys sent Jenkins a series of requests for admissions as part of the pre-trial discovery process.

A request for admissions is basically a series of statements that the litigant is asked to either admit or deny under penalty of perjury. If a party does not respond to a request for admissions within the period of time set forth by the rules of civil procedure—which is often about 30 days but differs from state-to-state—the statements are deemed to be admitted.

Jenkins did not respond to Yeagley’s request for admissions. As such, Jenkins was deemed as a matter of law to have admitted the following averments:

  • The allegations in Yeagley’s complaint are true and correct.
  • Jenkins had actual knowledge that Yeagley was a scheduled contracted speaker at the American Renaissance conference.
  • Jenkins contacted the hotel establishments with threats of violence to cause them to cancel the conference.
  • That Yeagley suffered damages in the amount of $50,000.00 as a result of Jenkins’ tortious conduct.

With such damning admissions having been made by not responding to the request for admissions, Yeagley’s attorneys had the ammunition they needed to file a motion for summary judgment. A motion for summary judgment is basically a pre-trial motion in which a party asks the judge to skip the trial and rule in their favor because the evidence is undeniably clear.

Yeagley’s motion for summary judgment was filed on December 3, 2013, and Jenkins did not file a responsive brief to it. During the morning of January 3, 2014, a hearing on the motion occurred, and the judge granted it: Jenkins has been ordered by a court of law to pay Yeagley $50,000.00 for shutting down the 2010 American Renaissance conference.

Although the Oklahoma court’s judgment is valid in Oklahoma, Yeagley’s attorneys will need to get the judgment transferred to Pennsylvania to begin collection efforts against Jenkins since he resides there. The process is easy and straightforward, and since Jenkins appeared in Oklahoma state court to contest the case by answering the complaint and filing a motion to dismiss for lack of personal jurisdiction, Jenkins will not be able to make a collateral attack on the judgment in Pennsylvania.

A collateral attack occurs when a party contests the validity of the original judgment that is based not on the foreign court’s rulings, but on the foreign court’s personal jurisdiction over the party when that issue was not decided by the foreign court. This procedural tactic is available only when a default judgment is rendered against a party, which occurs when a party fails to answer the complaint and judgment is automatically made. Since summary judgment was granted, however, the Pennsylvania courts are obligated to honor the Oklahoma court’s decision through the “Full Faith and Credit Clause” of the United States Constitution, which states in part, “Full faith and credit shall be given in each state to the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other state.” Ironically, the Full Faith and Credit Clause—which will be the cause of the judgment to haunt Jenkins for many years to come—was drafted in the very same city in which Jenkins resides: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Just as the Southern Poverty Law Center has used legal means to shut down right-of-center organizations, the same can be done to violent left-of-center organizations. It is my hope that Yeagley v. Imm et al. was but a trial run (pun intended).

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  • ViktorNN

    BWAHAHAHAHA!!!

  • MekongDelta69

    I’m glad for the outcome, but unfortunately he’ll never pay up.

    One People’s Project is a far-left group, and as everybody knows, under this marxist regime, the left NEVER has to follow the rules or obey the law.

    • Mack0

      A quick look at his Facebook and it’s obvious the money will never be collected.

      • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

        Of course he’s not going to pay up, but that judgement is going to stay on his credit report. Lots of luck getting a car loan or a credit card, Jenkins!

        • Oil Can Harry

          A tip of the hat to Mr. Yeagley. Maybe if Jenkins doesn’t pay up the gov’t will garnish his wages- uh, I mean welfare check.

        • Garrett Brown

          He’s blak, hell get hate get he wants.

        • BernieGoetzFan

          In the unlikely event he has a job …

        • Oldcorporal

          Let’s hope he does that. Of course, that assumes that Jenkins is working steadily, which might prove to be not the case.

        • Frf Rere

          I’m sure DLJ will live without a new car which requires good credit. Did the slope-skull Yeagley pay for an attorney? If so he wasted his money.

      • SFLBIB

        No need to consult FB; “Imm and Jenkins represented themselves without the assistance of attorneys.” Any attorneys they contacted probably knew there was no money in it for their fees. Bear in mind that you have to write a retainer check prior to a lawyer doing any work. Twenty plus years ago, an average lawyer billed $200 per hour; today it is probably close to $500, which means that $50,000 would save the defendants only 100 hours … if they won.

        • Anon

          He maintains a website somehow. That money should go to pay off his debt instead…..forcing it to shutdown.

          • SFLBIB

            Agreed. How much does it cost to maintain a site?

          • Robert49

            Probably $4.95 a month since from the slighted articles they post which garners 0 comments 99% of the time and no more than 2 comments 1% of the time, I would suspect their web traffic is like 5 hits a day on a good day………hahahahahahahahahaha! These race baiting foolish leftists actually think they have the eyes, ears and hearts of America. Pathetic idiots they are!

    • BernieGoetzFan

      Sharpton never paid up for the Tawanna Brawley fraud. Jenkins is probably unemployed as well save for his “social activist” job.

      • BillMillerTime

        It is true that Al Sharpton himself never paid the judgment stemming from his involvement in the Tawana Brawley fraud. Some of his buddies such as Johnny Cochran stepped up and wrote a check.

        • Anon

          And Brawley was recently arrested and sucked dry like an orange to pay off what she probably considered a matter she avoided long ago.

    • Katherine McChesney

      I posted twice Saturday morning with a link to Jenkins site as he is organizing against the 2014 Conference. MY POSTS WERE DELETED. Jenkins is pairing with an anti-White Tennessee group to interfere with the conference.

    • Frf Rere

      It’s not that the left doesn’t have to pay, it’s that OPP probably doesn’t care about lawsuits from slope-skulls and fucktards.

  • Puggg

    Good luck trying to collect a debt from a black.

    Though the beauty in this case may not be the actual money, but the outcome in court.

    • Non Humans

      Its too bad that their EBTs cant be appropriated in cases like this. Oh the ch1m90uts if otherwise!!

    • rightrightright

      From this person’s FB, he is supporting a disruption of the AmRen 2014 conference. Should not an injunction be taken out against him in this regard. Otherwise, his crime will be repeated.

      • itdoesnotmatter

        Ask Eric “my people” Holder about that one. We are probably SOOL. He had no problem with NBPP thugs harassing voters at a polling station.

        • Robert49

          Hell, Home Land Security had a open black racist working for them and running his own Black racist liberation website making open pronouncements that all white people should be killed and it took several days and way too long for DHS to fire that racist! If it would have been a white person doing the same exact thing except calling for the killing of all black people that guy would have been fired within minutes of it being showing up in the media.

      • Katherine McChesney

        I’ve posted three times here and all of my comments have been removed instead of deleted. He and a Tennessee group are planning the disruption. But, I suppose the moderators don’t want to face the facts.

    • A Freespeechzone

      As a young pup, I worked for a time at a finance company—they would obtain judgments for debt-avoiders all the time.

      These judgments last for 7 years and can be renewed every 7 years indefinitely…

      Most of these flakes figured after a few years that the debt had gone away–and WHAM! Equity in a car, bank funds, a paycheck or other assets were seized by the company…or in the case of a car, the sheriff.

      Now this might not pay off the debt–at least in this clown’s case, but, it will remind him that he didn’t completely get away.

      Not to mention that the judgment can be sold at a discount to a debt collection agency—they can be brutal and very aggressive…

      Maybe the judgement won’t get completely satisfied–but, there can be a lot of fun messing with this black flake.

  • Mack0

    Mr. Jenkins has an equally annoying Facebook page.

    • Alexandra1973

      You mean he’s not on MySpace, the Internet ghetto?

  • D.B. Cooper

    I think my pictures are better at getting the point across than my words…

    • http://countenance.wordpress.com/ Question Diversity

      Proving that Jenkins is a complete ignoramus, he’s not even aware that Che Guevara despised black people.

    • Mack0

      I love it when black people appropriate Che Guevara. If only they knew Guevara’s opinions on them.

      • dave

        It shows how stupid they are.

      • AutomaticSlim

        No different than Bill Clinton & the feminists.
        They worship a sexual harasser / philanderer and possible rapist (Juanita Broderick) because he says nice things about their cause.

      • JohnEngelman

        Blacks who convert to the Muslim faith do not know that the Arab slave trade began many centuries before the European slave trade. It was ended many decades after the European slave trade was ended. It was ended by European military action. Arabs usually castrated male slaves.

        • Anna Tree

          Actually islamic slavery is ended only officially. There are still many slaves in muslim countries.

          • JohnEngelman

            Fortunately the Arab slave trade no longer exists. When Europeans conquered sub Saharan African countries they did not like the fact that Arabs were enslaving their colonial subjects, so they put an end to it.

        • TheAntidote

          Odd twist, don’t you think, that during the recent debates regarding Tuareg and Arab slavers in the Sahara, Farrakhan refused to condemn the practice but David Duke came out as an abolitionist?

        • rightrightright

          Blacks are too thick to realise that the arab coloquialism for an African – “Abd” also means slave.

        • MBlanc46

          And many of the Muslim blacks engaged in the slave trade also.

          • JohnEngelman

            Until modern medicines were developed against Africa diseases in the second half of the nineteenth century, whites were not able to enter the interior of Africa. Black Muslims were, because they had evolved resistances against African diseases like malaria and sleeping sickness.

            Consequently, Black Muslims were able to enslave free blacks. European whites were not. They bought Negro slaves who had been enslaved by other Negroes.

          • MBlanc46

            For the most part, yes, especially during the height of the trade in the 17th and 18th centuries. The Portuguese did do some raiding in Angola in the 16th century, as did the Englishman, John Hawkins.

          • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

            Angola was actually moderately difficult for slavers, and Namibia nearly impossible. There are few good natural harbors on that part of west Africa, and the surf is very heavy. Back in the day, a group of skilled seamen could get a rowed longboat ashore from a sailing ship, but would be quite unable to row the boat back out through the surf. Angola wasn’t anywhere near as bad as Namibia, but the main attraction was that the climate there was cooler and drier and thus more healthy for European whites; they weren’t going to die of malaria or yellow fever right away.
            .

      • shawnmer

        I was not aware of this. Would have come in handy in an online debate with a black some time ago, enamored with ol’ Che for his anti-apartheid activities. What’s the source for his anti-black quotes?

        • KhanBoi77

          From a book called ‘The Motorcycle Diaries”

      • Alexandra1973

        Cracks me up when Obama talks about Lincoln…and doesn’t have a clue that Lincoln was against blacks serving on juries or in Congress.

        • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

          Lincoln also wanted every black deported from the reunited country once the war was over.

    • TheAntidote

      Ernesto de Che Guevara spent some time in Africa trying to organize the natives into revolutionary work units. In his diary he records them as being lazy, primitive, drunken idiots.

      • Anon

        Lol….that pretty much sums up Guevara and his pack of scum.

        Rich American liberal traitors made sure he was well funded while the communist soviet union made sure he was well armed. He fought his own people….a bunch of peasants armed with pitchforks and rusty hunting rifles. For the most part, they literally kicked his ass and almost won. Had they actually won, the history of the world might be very different today. But Guevara kept throwing bodies into the meatgrinder until he finally won by attrition. 20 million. That’s how many innocent cubans had to be killed before they gave over. On an island the size of cuba. Castro was NOT a populist. Guevara himself never won a single battle. All HIS victories were in the torture chamber….180 documented victims.

        His death was that of a pathetic coward. The American CIA hunted his ass down with 200 hardened soldiers. Guevara and his 50 losers surrendered without a shot.

        Mr Rodriguez said: “This man looked more like a beggar. His uniform was in rags.

        “He didn’t have a pair of boots, just pieces of leather wrapped round his shoes. I felt sorry for him as a human being.”

        Guevara
        was locked in the school at a nearby village while Mr Rodriguez waited
        for orders from Bolivian president Rene Barrientos.

        A simple code had been arranged – 500 meant Che Guevara, 600 meant dead, 700 alive.

        When the command came the following morning, on the village’s only phone, it was 500 – 600.

    • Franklin_Ryckaert

      I would place a person besides this creature with a placard bearing the text : “Honk against anti-racism.”

  • http://countenance.wordpress.com/ Question Diversity

    I remember saying here in the pages of AR not long after the conference troubles broke out that any lawsuits should pound the tortious interference angle.

    Not that that was such a great genius insight; probably 99% of all non-affirmative action lawyers would have thought of that.

  • Garrett Brown

    LOL go Yeagley! This is the best news I’ve heard in a while. That is awesome!

    • Alexandra1973

      *raises bottle of Mountain Dew* Hear hear!

      • Garrett Brown

        Isn’t it a little bit early for Mountain Dew miss?

        • Alexandra1973

          Nope. Never too early.

          • Garrett Brown

            Haha, enjoy.

  • Luca

    This is sweet and needs to happen more often. Collecting the money hardly matters, let the lawyers worry about that. Thiscase will discourage other dysfunctional socialists from venturing into brainless activism.

    • Mack0

      Maybe the courts can garnish his wages. Oh who am I kidding. He doesn’t have a job.

      • Alexandra1973

        I understand that “racial grievances” is quite the racket.

  • Alex Dihes

    Attn. Jared Taylor and others.
    I’d like to translate into Russian the Eugene Valberg’s lecture “African Language and the African Mind’. I was unable to find it on the Internet in written form. The need for our way of understanding the nature and consequences of miscegenation is too important for Russia to ignore. Please give me a link to the published article.

    Somebody replied to me about a lot of files on YouTube. I need a written article. It is not possible to translate correctly from audio.

    • sbuffalonative

      Does this help? (Add the DOTS and : where needed)

      www irinnews org/report/78809/africa-mind-your-language-a-short-guide-to-hiv-aids-slang

      http //translate google com

      • Alex Dihes

        Thanks. Those are the sites (I’ve looked cursory) I will definitely use later. Right now I’m looking for the lecture by Valberg. I’m a professional translator/interpreter of the level as high as it can be. I need the material.

    • Katherine McChesney

      I watched Eugene Valberg’s videos. They were quite impressive. Learned more about blacks lack of ‘reasoning’ skills.

      • Alex Dihes

        Maybe you could advise where on the Internet could I get a written text?

        • Katherine McChesney

          I don’t know about the written text? I only found the videos. Sorry I can’t be of help to you.

      • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

        Blacks’ critical thinking abilities are exceedingly poor, as is their emotional intelligence. They seem to do okay with memorizing facts, but when it comes to drawing intelligent conclusions from those facts, a little time spent around them causes one to realize why they fare so poorly in I.Q. tests. Their ability to reason, and draw conclusions is just one reason that, until 50 years ago, that they are an inferior race was viewed as nothing but common sense, especially amongst Whites who had had sufficient exposure to them. Black psychology was the number one reason for segregation, and the inborn nature of their psychology is why segregation is the only answer to our Negro problem in our European societies.

    • Anon

      Jared Taylor introduces Professor Valberg and mentions two interesting things about the man. The first is that he came into contact with him by first reading his book, “Racism, Guilt, Self-Hatred and Self-Deceit”. He also mentions he had his life ruined when his views on race were exposed against his will.

      The book, “Racism, Guilt, Self-Hatred and Self-Deceit” is found various places on the internet but the author is listed as Gedaliah Braun. These might be the same person. That book probably has much of his views in print.

    • sbuffalonative

      Disregard my previous post. It is not what you are looking for.
      I searched the net for the text of Mr. Valberg’s lecture and I can’t find it.
      The only thing I can suggest is that you try getting Voice Recognition Software like Dragaon Naturally Speaking and see if the software can convert the audio into text. If it can, you can then use an internet translator.

      • Alex Dihes

        Thank you.

    • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

      The African Mind?? Using African and Mind together in the same phrase seems like an oxymoron, LOL!! Kudos to Mr. Valberg, though, for writing about what I like to refer to as Negrochology. Liberalism stands in the way of any true psychological research into, and intelligent analysis of, Negro behavior. The criminal justice system, especially, would benefit greatly from some unabashedly honest analysis of, and research into, Negro behavior patterns.

  • ncpride

    I wish Patrick Cannon, who was at the time a Charlotte City Councilman, but now the Mayor of Charlotte, would be made to answer for his role in shutting down the AmRen conference in Charlotte a few years back. It’s time to start fighting fire with fire… just like Mr. Yeagley. It’s not so much about the money, but rather a warning to these loony liberals: We won’t stand for your nonsense anymore, nor will we remain silent..

    • JustJeff

      Even if they can’t collect the money in this case it still grants us some legitimacy. We can use that to eventually fry some bigger fish.

  • Dave4088

    Excellent news. My congratulations and thanks to Dr. David Yeagley. When Daryl Lamont Jenkins is unable or refuses to pay then he should be sued again for being a deadbeat anti-white racial activist. Of course, he already is a deadbeat along with Jeff Imm who could easily pass as a serial killer.

    I don’t think anyone can accuse our enemies of possessing good looks and class.

  • bigone4u

    $PLC should also be held legally accountable for their defamations against white groups. And maybe with this verdict future Amren conferences can be held with minimal interference–the deterrence effect.

  • sbuffalonative

    Thank you Mr. Yeagley for pursuing this lawsuit.

    I would call this a major Civil Rights victory. Our enemies will not.

  • Spartacus

    “…David Yeagle…”

    ———————————————————————————————————————

    You fellas should read this guy’s blog, especially what he wrote about Breivik .He’s really a nice fella .

  • JohnEngelman

    This is a victory for the dialogue on race liberals claim to want.

    • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

      They don’t want a “dialogue”; they want a one-sided narrative in which we are expected to shut up and listen.

      • Alexandra1973

        What they really want is a monologue–they talk, you shut up, listen, and grovel.

        • Mergatroyd

          What they want is for YOU to hand over your property and wealth to them and then disappear forever along with every other White.

          “They” don’t want us on the face of the earth and mean to genocide us. Yes, it is THAT bad and don’t let Engelman tell you otherwise.

          • Alexandra1973

            I have a hard time believing people can be that evil…maybe it’s because I don’t find myself thinking like that.

            I’m probably still a bit naive, I guess….

          • Sick of it

            Human history should awaken your mind to the depravity of certain groups. Think Genghis Khan…then imagine he has millions of mixed race cousins who want to push the envelope even further than the Great Khan did. Genghis was the greatest mass murderer in history until socialism.

          • Alexandra1973

            What I’m saying is I, like most people, have a hard time imagining such depravity, because most people are not that depraved. Maybe that’s why the fascination with why serial killers tick. Unknown territory.

          • Sick of it

            Unknown territory until one looks behind curtain and sees who rules this world.

          • M.

            Most serial killers are clinically psychopathic. It’s a perversion. Like being attracted to ducks.

          • Zaporizhian Sich

            Alexandra, I CAN believe people can be that evil, thanks to learning what the Jews did to Germany as well as the Slavs during the past century. I can believe it because of how Genghis Kahn alone killed 40 million people. I can believe it know how the Muslims treated the Slavs, Spaniards and at one time or another every European people. Time to wake up to a simple reality, and that is there are people so evil there is no alternative to hunting down and eliminating them and anyone else too who supports them. That is why some wars are just, such as Vlad the Impaler’s vengeance against the Ottoman Turks. Another just war was Ivan the Terrible avenging the repeated massacres of entire cities by chasing the Tartars to Kazan, then putting all of them to the sword. You can call the Greeks very violent overthrow the Ottomans a just war, or my Ukrainian ancestors hunting down and killing enemy aliens who exterminated millions of them. I would even call the use of nuclear weapons if we are attacked with weapons of mass destruction just too,

          • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

            Where use nuclear weapons are concerned, you are preaching to the choir in my case.

          • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

            I suspect it is actually more complicated for them than that. They hate whites and want us gone, but most of them also understand on some level that they need us to work to pay taxes to support them, whether on welfare or in fake, make-work government “jobs”. This emotional conundrum is driving them crazy.

          • FransSusan

            MCS, that’s a good point, but I don’t believe that they’re intelligent enough to think in complicated ideas. I doubt if most of them have the intellect to consider where the money’s coming from. And that’s the problem—low IQ. Abstract thinking isn’t part of their brain circuitry.

      • JohnEngelman

        They want us to behave like children who are being scolded for having done something they knew was bad.

  • https://politicallogical.wordpress.com/ WideBridge

    At the risk of being stoned on this discussion thread, my concern is freedom of speech, in this case freedom of speech and expression by Jenkins etc. I don’t want people, including our side, of being fearful of speaking, because they are afraid the judicial system is so intricate (as the article pretty clearly demonstrates) that only lawyers typically are able to maneuver around in it, and hence the judicial system itself is a powerful hindrance to ease and freedom of speech.
    However, in terms of justice, independent of the legal and court system etc of a country, I think Jenkins etc went way beyond justice, by their (Jenkin’s and I guess the other guy’s) genuinely violent threats, and threats that were successful in getting the hotel to back out of its agreement with American Renaissance.
    I think my concern is this. Jenkins because of his lack of legal knowledge (and almost all of us are in the same boat re lack of legal knowledge, though the article did a good job of explaining it in this case), and combined with Jenkin’s blind intense run-away emotions, just blindly assumed he could get away with it. In fact, as the article points out, he might have got away with it if the trial were in a Federal court, in our times.
    There are some complex and disturbing issues here.

    • http://jewamongyou.wordpress.com/ Reuben H

      Bottom line: They used threats of violence in order to force their victim from fulfilling his contract. Justice was served, we have won an important victory – and I, for one, am not disturbed about it at all.

      • https://politicallogical.wordpress.com/ WideBridge

        You are free to be disturbed or not disturbed as you wish, and so am I, and I believe, so is anyone. That is my belief, that we, including yourself, are free to be disturbed or not disturbed as we wish. Others may believe differently. The politically correct try to demand that we be disturbed by X, or Y, or Z, but not by, say V, or R. The politically correct try to demand such things. This is in disagreement with my beliefs.
        As for “threats of violence in order to force their victim” there are 3, probably 4, terms here that are exceedingly broad in their possible meaning, and that is a problem, in terms of our laying hold carefully on truth.
        Just to look at the term “threat.” Is the threat made by someone coming up to me, holding a crow bar over my head, and saying, “You” X or Y or whatever? Or is the threat someone saying, “I don’t like blacks [or whoever] moving into the neighborhood.”? The politically correct would argue that someone saying this is a threat, a very real threat, a threat that must be addressed, and if need be, punished through hate crime laws. In our current legal and court system, the politically correct would have a good chance of getting the court to rule in their favor, especially if the court was in Britain, or Germany, or France, but increasingly, even in the U.S.
        The point is, terms like “threat,” “violence,” “force,” “victim” are too general, in this context.

    • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

      Jenkins was free to disagree with the opinions of Mr. Yeagley or anyone else. He was not free to orchestrate a campaign of violent threats against third-party hotel management and staff in a calculated attempt to silence the AmRen speakers.

      • https://politicallogical.wordpress.com/ WideBridge

        I understand what you are getting at, the one thing I am not comfortable with in terms of careful reasoning is your looseness of the word “free.” We are free to do anything that is not impossible by the laws of physics. Someone is not free to fly by flapping their arms up and down. It is physically impossible. But there all kinds of things a person can do that are physically possible, and that are potentially sue-able in courts in a country. All this is merely a question of carefulness in your phrasing, though sometimes we mentally insert a lot of issues between our words and reality, issues that aren’t really there.
        But getting closer to this discussion thread, I am extremely happy that our side finally won an important decision in the courts. We are advancing in our ability to maneuver in the system.
        My concern is the toxic? complexity of the labyrinthine system of law and courts. I have re-read the article and discovered it not as clear as I thought. Nevertheless, one factor is that the plaintiff’s lawyers spent genuine effort to get various issues put in Oklahoma’s jurisdiction. There is something wrong with this sort of thing winning the case. Perhaps it is that Federal government is simply becoming untrustworthy, in which case this is an aspect that must become part of the disintegration of the United States.

        • FransSusan

          Yes it is a bad sign that this case couldn’t be won on its own merits and instead had to go through a maze of legal convolutions to prove that right is right. And to your comment about federal government being untrustworthy, it is indeed!. It’s corrupt and abuses productive, creative citizens with flagrantly abusive taxes and affirmative action policies that reward the useless and parasitic. We’re ruled by a mob of provincial lawyers concerned only with keeping themselves in power. It’s part of the disintegration of the US.

    • WR_the_realist

      Suppose I threatened Tim Wise with murder at his next anti-white speaking engagement. I’m pretty sure the Feds would come down on me hard, and it wouldn’t just be a civil suit with only monetary damages. Nobody would let me get away with claiming I was merely exercising my free speech rights. Free speech does not extend to threats and extortion, which is what Jenkins engaged in. The man is lucky he isn’t doing jail time. It’s only because the power structure agrees with that worm that he never got charged with a felony.

      • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

        The charges would have been federal as well, since the threats crossed state lines.

      • Sick of it

        I’d go with the phrase credible threats rather than just threats. People say nonsense all of the time that they don’t mean.

        • Zimriel

          Take two leftists. One is a cheeto-eating loser sporting a real purty set of fuzzy plaid PJs. The other has joined several Left antifa networks with a history of violence.

          When the first one posts a threat on the internet, everyone knows he’s got no real way of following up on it. He’s got no friends and he’s got no technical expertise.

          When the second one posts similar, there’s a real worry that his network can cook something up.

          • https://politicallogical.wordpress.com/ WideBridge

            Good example to help tease out some issues.
            Looking at, and responding to, some of the comments to my original comment has got me wondering even more.
            The freedom to think and easily speak. That freedom is being utterly poisoned by the severe clashes within our own society. It’s not that a nightmare world is being created. It’s that it has already been created.

    • Alexandra1973

      Problem is, Jenkins and his ilk aren’t content to just say that they don’t agree, they go way beyond that, as others have pointed out.

      • ShermanTMcCoy

        And let’s not forget the illegality of their actions. In a sane world, they’d be behind bars for domestic terrorism.

    • MBlanc46

      Standing on the public way in front of a hotel waving placards to show your dislike for an organization using the hotel’s facility: fine. Threatening the hotel with violence if it contracts with an organization you dislike to use its facilities: not fine.

    • FransSusan

      WideBridge, you make a good point. I think Jenkins is a $harpton/Jack$on wannabe. He’s looking to get rich off his bounty-hunting escapades. He doesn’t care about racism other than it’s a lucrative career for the likes of this worthless puke.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    Was this case mentioned anywhere in the media?

    If a judgment were rendered against a White organization brought by the SPLC or ACLU, the Whites involved would be called everything from Nazi to Supremacist by the media , it would be headline news for weeks on end and photos of the evil Nazis would be plastered all over the TV.

    For years our enemies have used the legal system against us — to power through anti-White legislation that would never stand up to a vote and to punish us fiscally and personally through constant anti-White lawsuits.

    One People’s Project has published phone numbers, home addresses and workplace addresses of individuals they have identified as being far right and/or racist.

    Collecting judgements against “White Supremacist” organizations is how Morris Dees became rich:

    “Dees was one of the principal architects of an innovative strategy of using civil lawsuits to secure a court judgment for money damages against an organization for a wrongful act and then use the courts to seize its assets (money, land, buildings, other property) to pay the judgment.

    SPLC lawyers used this legal strategy to hold the Xlan accountable for the acts of its members. In 1981, Dees successfully sued the X and won a $7 million judgment for the mother of Michael Donald, a black lynching victim in Alabama. Payment of the judgment bankrupted the United Xlans of America and resulted in its national headquarters being sold to help satisfy the judgment. All funds secured in this manner were paid to the family of the deceased.

    A decade later, in 1991, Dees obtained a judgment of $12 million against Tom Metzger’s White Aryan Resistance. He was also instrumental in securing a $6.5 million judgment against Aryan Nations in 2001. Dees’ most famous cases have involved landmark damage awards that have driven several prominent neo-Nazi groups into bankruptcy, effectively causing them to disband and re-organize under different names and different leaders.

    Over 30 people have been jailed in connection with plots to kill Dees or blow up the center.”

    about a Native American patriot who has chosen to take a stand against the enemies

    There is tremendous power in use of “Native American” combined with a “violation of his rights” in the courts. What if the complaint had stated: “…about a White American patriot who had chosen to take a stand against his enemies.”

    Would the outcome have been the same?

    Jenkins argued in his brief that he has had no contact with Oklahoma and—citing Zippo Manufacturing Co. v. Zippo Dot Com…since Jenkins appeared in Oklahoma state court to contest the case

    I doubt Jenkins has knowledge of the legal system. Who researched, wrote and filed this brief for him? Who funded his trip to Oklahoma?

    Thanks to DB above for posting a photo of the anti-White terrorist, I was hoping a photo would be posted with the article. Any anti-Whites who calls for violence against our people should be outted with his photo plastered everywhere.

    You can be sure if it were one of us Whites accused of disrupting an NAACP, La Raza, ACLU or any other anti-White conference, there would be hell to pay and everyone would know it.

    I have a feeling this fool is merely another of many frontmen and useful idiots who hide behind him and others of his ilk, fund them and tell him what to say and do.

    Just like Obama.

  • Alex Dihes

    I’m so heartily thankful to you – let me say that to you – my friend.
    Million thanks. God bless you and your beloved.

  • http://countenance.wordpress.com/ Question Diversity

    Sounds another underroo-only clad iPad activist running round in his parents’ basement, this Jenkins.

  • Sick of it

    Fascinating analysis. Totally wrong at times with regards to point of view and basic assumptions, but not bad for an awakened liberal. He could have drawn things out more re: Hispanics and then delved into Asians, Indians, and Middle Easterners.

  • https://politicallogical.wordpress.com/ WideBridge

    And all it takes is one far-out, hate-filled nut-job to say that some one or group is far-right or racist, terms that are extraordinarily broad and applied in an unequal manner between whites and non-whites.
    This is not justice. It is witch-burning.

  • T_Losan

    Great news and thanks for the legal arguments, very interesting.

  • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

    Jeffery Imm seems to have settled out of court with Mr. Yaegley. Since Imm is white and Jenkins is black, none of us would be particularly suprised at this development.

    I’m a fair hand at fixing things around the house, and I’m good with cars and trucks, but when I have legal trouble, I understand I’m in over my head and so I get a lawyer.

  • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

    The OPP listed Thomas Chittum years ago as one of their “bad guys” until I called Jenkins long-distance and told to take him off their list because – in Jenkins’ own words – he wasn’t active anymore. Jenkins sounded to me like a late-1960s black radical, though I didn’t know he was black until I saw the picture posted here. After Jenkins said he would take T.W.C. off his list, I said he would never hear from me again. I have honored my promise.

  • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

    I am impressed that Guevara actually recognized the racial inferiority of the Negroid, and the superiority of the Caucasian. I wonder if he ever noticed that the only reason the South American countries have any type of culture worthy of being labeled as such is due to the Europeans who settled in these lands, not the natives the Europeans found there, and tried to civilize. I also wonder if he ever noticed how the Mestizo has only succeeded at maintaining a second rate version of the Spanish/Portuguese culture in these lands. The appropriate reaction to the low standard of living and high levels of violence in these lands is disgust, and racial realism. Mestizos have maintained a degenerate, violent, dumbed down version of the proud Spanish/Portuguese culture at best.

    • JohnEngelman

      To a considerable extend genes and race are destiny. Hispanics in the United States have lower average IQ’s than whites, and higher crime rates. They also have higher average IQ’s and lower crime rates than blacks.

      This is partially because Hispanics have more white ancestry than American Negroes. It is partially because Meso American Indians began developing civilization about three thousand years ago.

      During most of history civilization has selected for superior intelligence while suppressing criminal inclinations.

      • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

        Genes and race are destiny indeed. In an American Psychological community free of the politically correct police state that is our American Government, an honest dialogue could be raised on this issue. I suspect that much behavior results from genetics. If one is honest, and observes others without looking through the tarnished lens of liberalism, one can see that behavior differs strongly according to race.

        • JohnEngelman

          Although the races are different, the differences overlap. A minority of blacks behave and perform as well as the majority of whites. A smaller minority of blacks are admirable by any reasonable standard. I have known several as friends.

          Nevertheless, many whites only know the exceptional blacks. They think those blacks are typical, or would be if it was not for white racism.

          • Oldcorporal

            You’re right. I grew up with black kids in my small town, and never had any trouble with any of them. Several I still count as friends. It’s the bulk of blacks, who nowadays inhabit the big cities, who are the suckers at the federal teat, the troublemakers, the prison majorities, the “Knockout Game” initiators, etc.

          • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

            The neighbor across the street from me is blacker than midnight in a mine shaft, but he and his 20-ish son are both great guys and solid conservatives. That said, I do not regard them as remotely typical.

          • JohnEngelman

            One of the most fascinating friends I ever had in my life was a black college professor. He was a great guy and solidly liberal. If he and your neighbors were typical there would be no racial problems.

          • MikeofAges

            Of course they only know the exceptional. Who else crosses line? Especially in Santa Clara County. Or in California and the West generally?

      • Robert49

        IQ does not determine if someone is going to commit a crime because if that is the case why do so many high IQ people take part in criminal activity? Seems like your logic would be if you’re of high IQ then less likely to become a criminal but the fact is there are a lot of criminals and violent criminals that actually have high IQ’s.
        Actually the criminals with higher IQ’s are just more difficult to be caught, where as a criminal with a lower IQ may be just dumb enough to get caught in a criminal act than the criminal with the higher IQ has been getting away with for years or even decades.
        Less I forget the serial murderers who may go years or decades before they ever get caught in one of the many criminal violent acts they have already committed. Those violent criminals usually have higher than normal IQ’s
        Family environment plays a hell of a lot more in to the character of a individual than anything because guess what? There are a hell of a lot of low IQ very honest, non-violent people out there!

  • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

    AIDS and VD is far more widespread among Negroids in all parts of the world than amongst everyone else in all parts of the world. The Muslim countries in Africa have the cleanest record on this of all African areas, but still have high rates compared to all non-Negro parts of the world. These rates are a direct result of the sexual degeneracy of Negros, and good example of why Negro behavior and psychology needs to be studied honestly, and reflected upon honestly by Western Psychological researchers. Politically correct B.S. needs to be cast aside, and the clear evidence of racial differences in behavior needs to be expressed with candor.

  • LHathaway

    How does Chief Yeagley lose money by not being able to speak at an AmRen Conference? Isn’t the real issue the loss of his right to peaceably assemble, and on from there?

    • IstvanIN

      Why do you refer to him as chief? I do not believe he is a chief.

  • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

    The Koran is right. Stinking monkeys describes them well.

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  • Harold James

    We need to start accumulating standard techniques for dealing with leftists. This is a good example. “Interference with contract” is a tort that is common in all states.

  • William_JD

    I was going to say, I can’t believe a newspaper reporter did such a good job of explaining the legal issues, and then I looked at the byline – Kyle Bristow. No surprise any more – good job, Kyle.

  • Harold James

    Also, it does not matter that the guy won’t “pay up”. There are plenty of leftists who CAN pay up and will be much less inclined to threaten hotels, restaurants and convention centers using the same techniques. Federal law may also be useful. For example, using telephones or the internet to threaten people or their business is most likely a federal crime. We need a workbook of good methods for handling these people.

    • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

      Any crime that crosses state lines is instantly federal if the feds want it. Any crime that occurs at an airport, post office, bank, Indian reservation, military base, or national forest is federal if the feds want it. Any crime that prevents a person from engaging in a federally-protected activity (like voting) is federal if the feds want it. Any crime that involves the use of a US passport – like using that passport in order to go overseas for the purpose of having sex with minors – is federal if the feds want it.

      The problem is that we have Eric Holder as Attorney General, so federal criminal prosecution is probably a futile wish, as evidenced by the feds’ non-action on voter intimidation by armed New Black Panther Party members. I suspect using state civil courts to sue for monetary damages the way David Yaegley did is currently a better plan of action.

  • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

    Publishing home addresses, phone numbers and workplaces probably violates United States laws against stalking. It certainly does if the intent is harassment or intimidation, which is obviously the case here.

  • Oldcorporal

    Getting deep into their wallets almost always gets these thugs’ attention. I’ve never been privileged to attend one of the Amren conferences, but I would hope that those attending would, if holding concealed-carry permits, come prepared to defend themselves if the savages actually try to physically disrupt the conference.

  • Oldcorporal

    Argentinians in general tend to be more consciousness of their “Whiteness” since a White majority is rare in South America, so it’s not surprising that Guevara viewed blacks with a jaundiced eye, despite his leftist views in general.

    • JohnEngelman

      Several essays have appeared on American Renaissance about how prior to World War II those on the left were more willing to be critical of blacks.

      For example, before the Second World War Bertrand Russell wrote:

      In extreme cases there can be little doubt of the superiority of one race to another[...] It seems on the whole fair to regard Negroes as on the average inferior to white men, although for work in the tropics they are indispensable, so that their extermination (apart from the question of humanity) would be highly undesirable.[15]

      —Bertrand Russell, Marriage and Morals, pg. 266 (1929)

      After the Second World War Bertrand Russell wrote:

      It is sometimes maintained that racial mixture is biologically undesirable. There is no evidence whatever for this view. Nor is there, apparently, any reason to think that Negroes are congenitally less intelligent than white people, but as to that it will be difficult to judge until they have equal scope and equally good social conditions.

      —Bertrand Russell, New Hopes for a Changing World (London: Allen & Unwin, 1951, p. 108)

  • Snakes on a Car

    I looked at this guy’s facebook page. I think he’s a truck driver or something. He’s roughly 45 years old and is very obese. He mentions in the FB comments that he’s had a few recent hospital visits. Daryl Jenkins is probably going to die of a heart attack before he pays up.

    • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

      In other words, Jenkins is uneducated and a physical wreck, but he still feels entitled to tell the rest of us how we should live and what we should think.

  • drattastic

    Good read

  • Kyle

    So its time to sue that mayor in NC now right?

  • emiledurk16

    What a joyous (finally) article to read. The legalese was a bit complex for me but the gist I comprehended gleefully.
    Imm and Jenkins are afraid of the truth. They used nefarious means to squelch the 2010 conference, and were defeated by a strong and resilient Mr. Yeagley. I’ve heard Mr. Yeagley speak before and his truth and candor is refreshing and gratifying.
    I think Jared Taylor’s philosophy and message is not (as our ill-intentioned adversaries would say) in any way detrimental to a healthy society. Mr. Taylor, I would say, is not against any people or ethnicity but is merely standing up for the interests of whites whereas every other agency militates against the same.
    This article has, as ” Det. Harry Callahan” might say, “made my day”.
    Although just a regular guy, and not a scholar, I’ll make every effort to attend this year’s conference and hopefully meet and interact with like minded people. (of whom, there aren’t many in my circles).
    Chock one up for the good guys. Thanks Mr. Yeagley.

  • Anon

    I notice they still intend to engage in this illegal behavior…with a carefully worded call on their website to disrupt the TN conference in April.

    A few suggestions. Knowing beforehand that these people are engaging in a conspiracy to commit illegal behavior, it might be highly profitable to prepare beforehand with a team of lawyers, police contacts and private security firms to maximize the criminal and civil penalties that can be brought to bear. A war council, so to speak, bringing together the right talent to catch them in the act and make sure the only ones who regret what they did more than those sent to prison are the ones still having their wages garnished, paying off the lawsuits.

    Racism is not a crime. But what these people are doing, most certainly IS a crime. The core anti-fa are all drug addicts and career criminals. But, the rank and file are a bunch of brainwashed cowards. The prospect of a decade in prison or a million dollar lawsuit lost will wipe out their support among the stupid.

    I’ve always said this about Amren. In order to be relevant, you need to be dangerous. Someone who is dangerous in an illegal way, is a criminal. But someone who is dangerous in a legal way is something to be feared, respected and obeyed. When the anti-fa no longer show up at these conferences because they are too afraid, you’ve made as much, if not more progress than anything covered in the conferences.

    Which is something I feel strong should be covered in the conferences but isn’t. Being right isn’t enough. Being empowered is what is needed. White people who know the truth need to see the bigots and evil men who would harm them because of their race, having their asses kicked by righteous white men. And they are very much in need of guidance in how to gather together and become empowered without being criminalized.

    Currently, most white people know the truth about race. But act like liberals because they fear illegal retaliation….black listing from jobs, even physical intimidation. Outside of America, they have to worry about these things from government. What’s needed is a concerted effort to put an end to this using whatever power is reasonable to bring to bear based on the situation. This lawsuit is an excellent example but is only a tiny prototype. When giant, class action lawsuits sweep the land, it becomes a mechanism of change. That should be a main goal of groups like Amren…with a focus on getting white people involved.

    Pamphleting is not activism. Suing the hell out of your enemies is.

    • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

      Suing one’s enemies is fine so far as that goes, but the shining element of David Yeagley’s lawsuit was his showing he had incurred actual damages – by being denied his paid speaking engagement at the 2010 AmRen conference as a result of criminal misconduct by Jenkins and Imm. These aspects immediately make this lawsuit quite unlike the normal SLAPP (Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation), which tend to merely allege libel.

  • MikeofAges

    But that’s not what actually happened. During the Castro era, Cuba has gone from maybe 10 percent Afro Caribbean to 50 percent or more. Blacks support Castro because Cuban socialism provides them with mode of life acceptable by their standards and horizons.

  • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

    Jenkins is now financially screwed. A rundown on that $50,000 might be thus:

    Tuition for a two-year associate’s degree in a skilled trade at a community college, a down-payment for a conventional mortgage on a small “starter” condo or townhouse, furniture and a reasonable used car.

    That’s an awful lot to squander just because one doesn’t like what someone else has to say.

  • FransSusan

    Kyle Bristow, this is an excellent article! You’ve succinctly explained all the legal tactics in language that laymen can quickly comprehend. Thank you. And wow! I’m so glad that Yeagley took legal action against these useless pukes!

  • Frf Rere

    Im sure he’s really worried about the lawsuit from some mouth-breather.

  • Frf Rere

    I doubt that. He’s talking about disrupting the next Amren circle jerk. I’ll be there with him for shits and giggles.