Louisville Black Lives Matter Using ‘Mafia Tactics’ on Hispanic Business Owners

PJMedia: The Louisville cadre of Black Lives Matter activists sent a letter to many downtown businesses demanding they “diversify” their employees. But at least one Cuban-American business owner objected to the threatening tone of the letter and posted his displeasure on Facebook.

Fernando Martinez owns a restaurant group with several Hispanic eateries. He accused BLM of using “mafia tactics” and explained his position.

“There comes a time in life that you have to make a stand and you have to really prove your convictions and what you believe in,” Martinez wrote in a public Facebook post. “… All good people need to denounce this. How can you justified (sic) injustice with more injustice?”


h/t Cakes

9 Comments on Louisville Black Lives Matter Using ‘Mafia Tactics’ on Hispanic Business Owners

  1. “Nice business you got there.It would be a shame if you
    didn’t hire some of our guys to make sure it didn’t burn down.”

  2. There’s really only one way all this stuff can end, and anyone thinking they will escape it is probably fooling themselves.

    Be like a Boy Scout, be prepared.

  3. Where is the FBI and DOJ on this?
    Clearly we are reading reports of ORGANIZED CRIME ACTIVITIES, which falls under the Organized Crime Control Act of 1970.

    RICO law punishes crime leaders and organizers who order their groups/subordinates to carry out criminal activities for them.
    EG. by law any crime involving, arson, murder, kidnapping, bribery, theft (looting), fraud (Voter Fraud), activities involving obscene displays and subject matter, Helping immigrants to illegally enter the country, Domestic Terrorism and obstruction of justice, among other things.

    Someone charged with a criminal RICO violation faces imprisonment of 20 years and significant financial penalties.

    PLUS as citizens we can SUE these groups, their leadership and financial supporters that show a pattern of Group organized and directed crimes (eg. BLM, ANTI-FA & donors)


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