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Donnitta Sinclair Petitions Supreme Court to Hear CHOP Case

Supreme Court Petition on CHOP Murder Case

Donnitta Sinclair, the mother of Lorenzo Anderson who was killed in a shooting at Seattle’s Capitol Hill Organized Protest (CHOP) zone, is petitioning the US Supreme Court to hear her lawsuit against the City of Seattle. Sinclair claims that her son’s death was a result of negligence on behalf of the city for not properly securing the area and allowing it to become a danger zone.

Read the full Sinclair Petition.

The lawsuit seeks to hold the City of Seattle accountable for Lorenzo Anderson’s death and set a precedent for how cities should respond to protests in similar situations. The case has been met with mixed reactions from both sides, but many are hopeful that it will lead to greater accountability for those responsible for creating dangerous environments.

The plea deal reached in the CHOP murder case has raised serious questions about the justice system’s ability to protect communities of color. Despite clear evidence that a young Black man was murdered by another young Black man, prosecutors have opted for a plea deal that does not reflect the severity of the crime. This case serves as a stark reminder of how racism and bias can shape criminal justice outcomes, even when there is overwhelming evidence of guilt. It also highlights how communities of color are often disproportionately targeted by law enforcement and held to different standards than white offenders. This injustice must be addressed if we are to create an equitable and just society.

In a recent ruling, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has determined that the City of Seattle is not liable for the death of a man in the Capitol Hill Organized Protest (CHOP) zone. This ruling comes after a lawsuit was filed by the family of Horace Lorenzo Anderson Jr., who was shot and killed in June 2020 while visiting CHOP. The court found that Seattle did not have a duty to protect Anderson from criminal activity, and thus could not be held liable for his death. This decision has been met with mixed reactions from those involved in the case, as some argue that it reinforces systemic racism and police brutality while others believe it is necessary to protect cities from frivolous lawsuits.

The recent lawsuit filed by the mother of a 19-year-old killed during the CHOP occupation is a stark reminder of how state authorities can create lawlessness. In her lawsuit, she claims that city officials invited lawlessness to the area. This highlights how state authorities can be complicit in creating an environment of lawlessness, which then leads to tragic outcomes.
The events at CHOP are an example of how state authorities can create conditions that lead to chaos and violence. It is important for citizens to recognize when their government is creating an environment where lawlessness thrives, and take action before it spirals out of control.

The death of a 16-year-old inside the Capitol Hill Occupied Protest (CHOP) zone in Seattle has raised serious questions about the role of officials in allowing the zone to exist and remain unchecked. According to a ruling by 9th Circuit Judges, Seattle officials were negligent in their duties by simply standing aside and allowing CHOP to operate without any oversight or regulation. This negligence has resulted in a tragic death and has highlighted the need for greater accountability from public officials when it comes to managing potentially dangerous situations.

Ms. Donnitta Marie Sinclair has taken a bold stand in the wake of her son’s tragic death. She is calling on state and local leaders to take action and ensure that no other mother has to experience the same pain as her. Her demand for justice is an example of the power of one voice, and a reminder that we all have a responsibility to take action when our communities are suffering.
Ms. Sinclair’s story is an urgent call for change, and it serves as a powerful reminder of why we must continue to fight for justice and equality in our society. With her courage and determination, she is inspiring us all to make sure that no family ever has to endure such tragedy again. Ms. Sinclair’s story should be heard loud and clear by state leaders everywhere: it’s time for them to take action now, before more families are forced to suffer this same fate.

In 1983, the parents of a young son tragically lost their life when he was killed in an accident at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). The parents filed a wrongful death action against CHOP to seek justice and compensation for their loss. The case went all the way to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, where they decided in favor of CHOP. This opinion is available in full and provides an interesting look into how courts handle wrongful death cases involving medical negligence.

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently heard the case of Children’s Hospital Oakland (CHOP) v. United States Department of Health and Human Services. This case is a challenge to the Trump administration’s rule that would have allowed religious employers to deny health insurance coverage for contraception based on their religious beliefs. The appeals court heard arguments from both sides in this important case that could have far-reaching implications for women’s health and reproductive rights. This article will discuss the arguments presented by each side, as well as the potential outcomes of this case.

Brownstone Law is appealing a case to the Supreme Court.  Robert Sirianni, the lead attorney representing Brownstone Law, believes that CHOP has violated their due process rights and is therefore seeking justice from the highest court in the United States. Brownstone Law is hoping that by taking this case to the Supreme Court, they can set a precedent for other cases that involve similar issues. This could have far-reaching implications for how companies handle their legal disputes and how individuals can protect their legal rights. Robert Sirianni and his team at are confident that they will be successful in their appeal to the Supreme Court and will be able to secure justice for their clients.

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