Judge Salas Son Murderer Was an Avid Trump Supporter Who Sued the Media Before the 2016 Election Over Its Coverage of Trump

Originally posted Aug 26, 2016 at 10:00 AM

If you do a Google search on Roy Den Hollander, as I just did, you may discover that basically every result is a story about some absolutely ridiculous lawsuit he has filed. There was the time he sued a nightclub claiming that requiring him to buy a $350 bottle of vodka was a human rights violation. Or the time he sued a bunch of night clubs for violating the 14th Amendment by having “Ladies’ Nights.” Or the time he sued Columbia University for offering women’s studies courses. Or the time he wanted to file a lawsuit to force women to register for the draft. And these are all stories from just the first page of Google results (or following links from those stories). But, you get the idea.

And now he’s back with a new lawsuit. He’s basically suing the entire mainstream media claiming that how they report on Donald Trump is a RICO violation. No, really.

This is an action against the above named defendant news reporters and commentators (“Reporters”) for violating the civil Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, 18 U.S.C. § 1961 et al., (“RICO”) by repeatedly committing the racketeering activity of wire fraud, 18 U.S.C. § 1343, when they (1) create and cause to be broadcast and disseminated false and misleading news reports concerning the Donald J. Trump candidacy for President of the United States (“Trump Candidacy”); (2) provide commentary based on a false set of facts or fail to reveal the alleged factual basis for the assertion of their judgments; and (3) lobby on various news-talk shows in furtherance of their opposition to the Trump Candidacy.

And to think, I’d been looking for an opportunity to point people to Ken “Popehat” White’s Lawsplainer entitled IT’S NOT RICO, DAMMIT:

The lawsuit prattles on and on, but it’s not RICO. And, of course, it’s not going anywhere, because of the First Amendment. And, honestly, the court might as well just say “No, go away” and point to the First Amendment, but instead will be forced to waste it’s time in writing up a more comprehensive explanation for why the media reporting, no matter how much you disagree with it, is not breaking the law.