Injunctions Served to Folks Who Linked to RPD Files

Posted: November 16, 2012 in Uncategorized
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Today Mo Karnage and Nathan Cox were served with injunctions from the Richmond Police Department. The injunction documents were very vague, and seemed to be about the files recently linked to by Mo and Nathan on 2 websites-  Copblock and Wingnut.

The defendents are listed as Moriah Kahn (they can’t spell), The Richmond Wingnut Collective, Nathan Cox, Filebin.net, and Does 1-10

Here is a video of Nathan being served today:

http://qik.com/video/55700505

More information about his organization online at:

http://www.virginiacopblock.org

Important to note, is that typically injunctions are served by a process server. To have multiple cops hunting you down (they went to Nathan’s work, home, and mother’s home as well as Mo’s home, mother’s home, and friend’s home), some wearing tactical gear, is a pretty obvious intimidation tactic.

We are working on getting scans of the injunctions to post online for your viewing pleasure.

The City of Richmond Police Department is labeled as the plaintiff.

The injunction doesn’t say which files are the ones in question, just all of them. It appears that the police have now taken all the files down.

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  1. […] looks like the RPD files that we linked to were taken offline at some point today.” And later added, “It appears that the police have now taken all the files […]

  2. […] looks like the RPD files that we linked to were taken offline at some point today.” And later added, “It appears that the police have now taken all the files […]