FEDERAL LAWSUIT FILED AGAINST GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY COMMISSIONER RON CLOUS & GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY
SUIT EVERYTHING TERRORIZES AND INFLUENCES EMOTIONAL TRAUMA ON WOMEN OF TRAVERSE CITY after drawing an AR-15 assault rifle at them
ROYAL OAK, MI, UNITED STATES, April 12, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – FEDERAL LAW VS GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY
COMMISSIONER RON CLOUS AND GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY
FOR CONSTITUTIONAL VIOLATIONS
SUIT CLAIMED TO TERRORIZE AND INFLUENCE EMOTIONAL TRAUMA
TRAVERSE CITY WOMAN AFTER DRAWING AN AR-15 ATTACK RIFLE AT HER
NEWS CONFERENCE WITH LAWYER BLAKE RINGSMUTH AND
Victim PATRICIA MACINTOSH
Who will both address the media to be held
PARK PLACE HOTEL ON TUESDAY APRIL 13th AT 11:30 AM EST
300 E. STATE STREET IN TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN
TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN – He first drew an AR-15 assault rifle on her, then laughed in her face to receive a message from a Grand Traverse County woman Patricia Macintosh and others who disagreed with his support Afraid to send Proud Boys hate the group’s violence last January. These are some of the many allegations made in a federal trial (Case # 1: 21-cv-309) filed TODAY, APRIL 12th, involving Grand Traverse County Commissioner Ron Clous, and others to be named. The lawsuit is filed in the United States District Court, Western Michigan District, Southern Division. The incident occurred at a public meeting of the Grand Traverse County Board of Commissioners on January 21 of that year when 74-year-old Patricia Macintosh urged district officials to “please make a public statement” condemning the violent behavior of Proud Boys during the uprising at the nation’s capital building on January 6th. Commission vice chairman Ron Clous picked up an AR-15 assault rifle and brandished it with a menacing grin on his face while the commission chairman laughed in support. Although the community showed outrage by repeatedly demanding Clous’ resignation and / or an apology, none was offered. The County Commission has also failed to reprimand Clous’ threatening conduct or to prevent him or any other commissioner from taking similar unconstitutional action in the future.
As a result, Patricia Macintosh received threatening calls and lives in fear as groups like Proud Boys respond to those who do not share her beliefs. Even so, she calls on the Court to hold this threatening behavior illegal and unconstitutional and to declare and order that it will never happen again. Attorney Blake Ringsmuth and Ringsmuth Wuori Law Firm, PLLC of Traverse City, represent Patricia Macintosh and “stand up for the rights she and the rest of us value and ensure that they are not taken for granted here in Grand Traverse County become. or anywhere in this great country. “
Please see the embedded video of the gun incident as well as the photos attached in the release.
To attend a press conference remotely, please attend the Zoom meeting
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Patricia Macintosh will be present and will address the media with her at the press conference
Attorney Blake Ringsmuth. Mr. Ringsmuth is available for pre- and day-to-day interviews, and the media are welcome to attend in person or through Zoom.
Media credentials required to participate.
Copies of the federal complaint are available to those present and are also attached here as a PDF file.
The law firm Ringsmuth Wuori, PLLC, specializes in civil rights, personal injury and
Labor law and are nationally recognized for their successful representation.
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