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Antifa Terrorist-Activist Yvette Felarca Ordered to Pay $11,000 for Filing False Restraining Orders

Real justice for a “social justice warrior” (this century’s Hitler youth).

Geller Report readers are familiar with Yvette Felarca’s anti-free speech thuggery. Yvette Felarca is the Northern California Coordinator of radical leftist group By Any Means Necessary and former Berkeley middle school teacher who was arrested last summer on charges of inciting and participating in a riot and assault likely to cause great bodily injury during a 2016 protest. She was one of the leaders of the protests against Free Speech Week at Berkeley that Milo, Mike Cernovich and I were scheduled to speak at before it was canceled by a lame and craven administration.

Court orders Antifa activist to pay $11k for frivolous claims

Anthony Gockowski, Campus Reform, Jan 05, 2018 (thanks to Dangerous):

A prominent Antifa activist has been ordered to pay $11,100 in attorney fees to the former president of the Berkeley College Republicans for filing a frivolous restraining order against him.

Troy Worden had been seeking up to $100,000 in damages, arguing that Yvette Felarca had abused the justice system by “filing baseless and vexatious lawsuits” designed to intimidate her political opponents.

 A California court has ordered noted Antifa activist Yvette Felarca to pay over $11,000 in damages to former Berkeley College Republicans President Troy Worden.

The ruling, issued Wednesday, comes after a restraining order filed against Worden by Felarca was dropped in October, prompting Worden and his lawyer, Mark Meuser, to sue Felarca for damages and attorney fees, as Campus Reform first reported.

“The award of attorney fees should send a strong signal that she cannot abuse the court system to silence speech.”   

Worden, who has made numerous appearances on national media in his capacity as a Campus Reform correspondent to discuss his ongoing battles with the Berkeley administration and who was voted a winner of Campus Reform’s 2017 Higher Ed Heroes Award, remarked at the time that “Felarca’s frivolous legal actions were meant to intimidate [him] and hinder [his] political activism.”

[RELATED: Antifa leader arrested after scuffle in Berkeley]

Harmeet Dhillon of the Dhillon Law Group, through which Meuser is representing Worden, said  that Felarca has a history of “filing and dismissing utterly frivolous cases against innocent targets” and pledged to hold her and her lawyers “accountable.”

“Felarca and her fellow travelers in BAMN [By Any Means Necessary]/Antifa need to learn that the California courts are not their personal plaything to use and abuse at will by filing baseless and vexatious lawsuits,” she added, with Worden noting that the restraining order prevented him from exercising his free-speech rights on campus.

Now, Commissioner Thomas Rasch of the Superior Court of Alameda County has ordered Felarca to pay Worden $11,100 in attorney fees, according to a Thursday press release, which says Rasch determined that the order “had not been filed in good faith.”

Additionally, the press release notes that Felarca, whom it identifies as a Berkeley Middle School teacher, was arrested twice in 2017 for incitement of a riot, resisting arrest, and assaulting a police officer, arguing that the restraining order was an attempt to further stifle Worden’s First Amendment rights after the College Republicans invited several controversial speakers to campus.

[RELATED: Student op-ed blasts Berkeley for protecting free speech]

“By ruling that she did not demonstrate good faith in filing the restraining order, the court recognized the frivolous nature of Felarca’s actions,” Meuser remarked. “The award of attorney fees should send a strong signal that she cannot abuse the court system to silence speech.”

The press release also notes that the University of California, Berkeley’s efforts to block speakers invited by the school’s College Republicans chapter are the subject on an ongoing federal lawsuit.

“This marks the second time in two months that Felarca and her lawyers have been ordered by an area court to pay the attorney fees of their opponents for filing legally and factually unsupported claims in court,” Dhillon commented. “True victims of harassment/stalking/assault need the courts to be available to them as a priority, not clogged with fabricated claims pursued in bad faith.”

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