Father of Paris terror attack victim sues Twitter, Facebook, Google for allowing ISIS propaganda

CBS LOS ANGELES — The father of a young woman killed in the Paris attacks last November is suing Google, Facebook and Twitter, claiming that the companies provided “material support” to extremists in violation of the law.

Nohemi Gonzalez, 23, of El Monte, California, was the only American killed in the November 2015 shootings and suicide bombings that left 130 people dead, CBS Los Angeles reported.

Her father, Reynaldo Gonzalez, filed the suit on Tuesday in the U.S. District Court in the Northern District of California. The suit claims the companies “knowingly permitted” the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) to recruit members, raise money and spread “extremist propaganda” via their social media services.  MORE

7 Comments on Father of Paris terror attack victim sues Twitter, Facebook, Google for allowing ISIS propaganda

  1. Good for him. The bastard are obviously enabling the assholes. For Christ sake they communicate on their medias. I hope he gets filthy stinken rich and drives them all out of business.

  2. Pretty amazing how efficient Twitter is at banning accounts that criticize Islam but ISIS has active accounts all over it say the most vile shit about Christians and Jews and Gays and it’s never a problem. Perhaps if there is ever a war to save the west from the rag head hordes bound to conquer us, the first thing to do would be to find the people who set the policies for who gets banned from Twitter and Facebook, and put a fucking bullet in their skulls.

  3. Pamela Geller is suspended from Facebook for posting truth about Muslim terrorists on day of Orlando attacks but pages like “Why is Sarah Palin Still Alive” are up for years (I complained and was told they didn’t violate community standards).

    ISIS tweets at will but Milo is banned and Saudi Arabia buys even more of twitter.

    I do wish an enterprising free marketer would start a Facebook and Twitter competitor. Why does the left have such a monopoly? Same with Amazon. Department stores have big warehouses – why haven’t a few of them gone after Amazon’s market?

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