UPDATE: 8/24/18: We are still waiting on a ruling from the Court on the pending motion to dismiss.
Sen. Ojeda’s Motion to Dismiss
David Woolsey’s Response to Motion to Dismiss
You might have read about this case in the news, as did I, this past week:
Logan Man Fired After Posting Video of Ojeda
Fortunately I was subsequently hired by David Woolsey, the man who lost his job, to get involved. I worked quickly to draft and file a federal lawsuit on behalf of David Woolsey and against West Virginia Senate member, and congressional candidate, Richard Ojeda.
Here is the video that started it all.
Here is the response video posted by Sen. Ojeda later that night, and then subsequently deleted:
The Complaint alleges retaliation by a public official against a private citizen’s First Amendment political expression.
Here is a copy of the Complaint which was filed yesterday:
David Woolsey v. Richard Ojeda, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia, Civil Action No. 2:18-cv-00745
My radio interview with The Tom Roten Morning Show
Body language tells all.
When I am driving I use common sense. Those that anger you control you. I give them the road if they think they are trying to intimidate me. Let them have their way and slow down. They can only get further away from you.
Pingback: Federal Judge Rules First Amendment Civil Rights Lawsuit against Richard Ojeda will proceed « WV Civil Rights Lawyer