Glen Allen’s Lawsuit Against the SPLC: We Will Appeal Adverse Ruling

INTRODUCTION by William Williams, Chairman, National Alliance: We should have expected as much from this judge — a Clinton appointee. The top dogs at SPLC (what’s left of it) were “Friends of Bill.” And, of course, a half billion dollar endowment can buy them a lot of “justice.”

It’s good that Glen will appeal. He has a sound case, but the judicial system is corrupt in favor of those who oppose us.

The SPLC pleads “free speech.” That’s a good one. Free speech for Jews, but not for their critics.

A Jewess on C-SPAN’s “Washington Journal” show was trying to explain causes for the rise in “anti-Semitism” on college campuses, and my wife piped up with, “The rise in anti-Semitism is caused by Semitism.”

It’s good to remember what William Pierce said about judges: “Remember, a judge is a cross between a lawyer and a politician.”

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MR. ALLEN sent the following communication to his supporters: [Last month] Judge Katherine Blake of the US District Court for the District of Maryland dismissed all my claims against the SPLC, Heidi Beirich, and Marc Potok.

Although Judge Blake’s opinion is 17 pages long, only a few pages provide substantive legal analysis. The essence of that analysis is this: 1)all my state law claims are disguised defamation claims and are therefore subject to defamation claim defenses such as the opinion doctrine, i.e., the SPLC, Beirich, and Potok merely made statements about me that cannot be verified as true or false or merely expressed their opinion and are protected; and 2)I failed plausibly to allege that the SPLC defendants committed illegal or unethical acts.

I find both propositions flagrantly flawed. I alleged numerous claims that cannot properly be characterized as defamation claims, including, for example, a negligent supervision claim that the court hardly addressed at all. And to say I did not plausibly allege illegal and unethical conduct by the SPLC in accordance with federal “plausibility” pleading standards for a motion to dismiss distorts that standard beyond recognition. The court states, for example, that I did not plausibly allege that the SPLC defendants bribed or otherwise improperly induced a National Alliance employee to turn over confidential documents. But my complaint describes in detail who was bribed or induced and when, the circumstances surrounding those events, and why they were illegal and/or unethical. The court essentially is requiring me to plead full and detailed evidentiary facts, but I cannot do that without discovery, i.e., document requests and depositions. This is not the proper pleading standard.

We live in an upside down world, so I had steeled myself for an unfavorable result. I am nonetheless disappointed in the manifest infirmity of Judge Blake’s opinion. I do not feel my claims got a fair shake.

I will appeal to the Fourth Circuit. My co-counsel, Fred Kelly, is just as defiant as I am. I will of course keep you apprised as the appeal progresses. For your continued support I am continually grateful. Here again is my website for donation purposes:

Thank you for staying with me on this endeavor. Our choices, it seems to me, are either to lie supinely on our backs or to stand on our feet and fight. You have taken the second option with me and I’m grateful for that.

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Source: William Williams and Glen Allen

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The Day Is Coming
The Day Is Coming
17 December, 2019 10:18 am

“We should have expected as much from this judge …”

There was no “should have” in regard to me – I knew from the start that Mr. Allen would lose his case. And if he’s smart, he’ll save himself further attorney fees by dropping the appeal. The Judge is clearly in the same camp as the SPLC, and is determined that a legal precedent not be set in her court that might invite other lawsuits against them by ruling in favor of the plaintiff. That entire region of the country is a hotbed of leftism, and they control all of the courts. So Mr. Allen should not waste any further money on pursuing his case and instead donate the money to a white advocacy group of his choice.

Bancroft Hall
Bancroft Hall
Reply to  The Day Is Coming
18 December, 2019 10:00 am

“The Day Is Coming” recommends pre-emptive surrender. Hotbed of Leftism … control all the courts (inaccurate statement), and a negative telling-other-patriots-what-to-do. While of course doing nothing oneself. I have contributed to Mr. Allen’s cause and I consider it worthwhile. If we had a million “responsible Whites” (a sardonic for do-nothing, armchair internet patriots) each contribute fifty dollars to Mr. Allen’s work, the outcome would be much different. How much have you contributed to taking SPLC to court, “The Day Is Coming” ?

18 December, 2019 11:14 am

Semitic Promotion Law Center.

Thunder Wolf
Thunder Wolf
Reply to  guest
20 December, 2019 2:47 am

Shemitic Perverse Libertine Cabal
Sham-itic Perjurious Legal Corruptor

Punk Potok
Punk Potok
18 December, 2019 6:30 pm

So I guess this Judge Blake is just another liberal gentile doing the kike’s bidding. As dirty as the SPLC is, it’s still going to be hard to find a judge that will dare go against them or the jewish agenda in general.

Let’s hope that j-awareness continues to grow, and that there will be a “reset” one day.

21 December, 2019 1:41 pm

What do you expect from the jewdiciary? Most rulings are based on the politics of the two parties, so a leftist judge often rules in favor of a leftist plaintiff or defendant regardless of the facts and this case is no exception.

Will W Williams
Will W Williams
20 May, 2020 3:33 pm

Latest Update on Allen v. SPLC Litigation — Friends, Donors, and Interested Persons, On Monday, May 11, 2020, I filed my reply brief in my Allen v. SPLC (and Beirich and Potok) appeal to the Fourth Circuit… This completes the briefing in my appeal. What remains is oral argument, although given the Coronavirus complications and the radioactive (to some) nature of my claims against the SPLC, it is not certain I will be granted oral argument. I deserve it and need it but in this Twilight Zone environment — who knows? I will immodestly say that I and my co-counsel, Fred Kelly (I call him Fighting Fred Kelly; he is not only a pugnacious and capable attorney but a former boxer at Notre Dame) have presented compelling arguments, both in… Read more »