I hope his lolsuit bankrupts him.Kevvie said:I've stopped commenting much publicly on my NYPD/Rutgers saga that began right after Trump's election--when I was forced to undergo an unlawful psych evaluation at Bellevue after a student's parent reported me as a threat (w/ no tangible evidence or corroboration). Well... yesterday my lawyers filed suit against the individual NYPD officers involved and the city of New York in federal court for violating my constitutional rights. It's not over. Just wanted people to know I'm still fighting and these things can take forever, but I'm not giving up!
Didn't even realize how much the experience was still weighing me down. I'd thought I'd gotten "over it" (whatever that means), but finally hearing from lawyers that the case was officially filed and had merit and support behind it, felt like flying honestly. And I don't take my ability to do this for granted. So many face much more dire consequences in their interactions with police. Many don't have time or resources to track down the necessary information/documentation to prove wrongdoing. If it's this hard for me, just imagine...
Thank you to everyone here and everywhere for believing me and believing in me with no questions, because you know my heart and believe in me as an educator and thinker and human. None of this is over, but it finally feels like it's moving. I'll remain honest and open about this whole process on here, saying what I can. And if anyone ever needs any help figuring out how to track down information and documentation about these violations in their own cases, please let me know. I'm not an expert, but I made it this far
Unless he filed a Notice of Claim within 90 days, he's barred from suing and is wasting his time. New York state courts are also quite used to throwing out cases from nutjobs suing Bellevue for doing their job and evaluating raving, gibbering loonies like Kevin Allred.A long-overdue update on Kevvie's feud with Rutgers University. He has "his lawyers" sue the police officers who handled his case.
Not impressed. He might have a case, actually.Hot and fresh from PACER, his very skinny 1983 complaint.
Yeah I'm thinking about the "power" of that move. A delusional self-important meaningless "power" forced on everybody while doing nothing to deserve it. Niggers, eh?