A court in the USA state of Virginia should block future Unite the Right rallies in the city of Charlottesville, according to a lawsuit filed on Thursday by the Georgetown Law's Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection (ICAP).
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Two new lawsuits have been filed against the organizers and attendees of the Unite the Right rally in the U.S. city of Charlottesville, Virginia on August 12 in order to prevent violent clashes from happening again.
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Mary McCord of Georgetown Law's Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection told the council the lawsuit doesn't seek monetary damages. Virginia's Constitution demands that the military be subordinated to civil authorities; Virginia statutes forbid paramilitary activity and the false assumption of peacekeeping functions; and the law has long prohibited nuisances that endanger the health and welfare of the public, which private paramilitary activity-in contrast to genuine political speech-threatens to do.
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Separately, the Washington Post reports 11 residents injured in the August violence are suing a number of rally leaders and organizers in a lawsuit filed Thursday morning in federal court in Charlottesville.