The Anti-Defamation Lawyer Who Defied the Commission of Investigation on Antisemitism

Kyrie Irving Defends Antisemitic Movie and Conspiracy Theory in Court [Video] Here’s a crazy video which captures the moment in court when a black-belt Jewish trial attorney defies the New York State Commission of…

The Anti-Defamation Lawyer Who Defied the Commission of Investigation on Antisemitism

Kyrie Irving Defends Antisemitic Movie and Conspiracy Theory in Court [Video]

Here’s a crazy video which captures the moment in court when a black-belt Jewish trial attorney defies the New York State Commission of Investigation on Antisemitism by defending a movie which is riddled with antisemitic hate, conspiracy theories, and false accusations. The attorney is actually quite the pro-Israel celebrity in the Jewish community, being the founder of the New York chapter of an organization called the Anti-Defamation League, and the co-chairman of the annual “Jewish Leadership Summit.” How he could possibly justify the antisemitism of the film, and defend it despite the film’s false narrative and outrageous claims, is beyond comprehension.

Irving is a great lawyer and does not just defend people like Harvey Weinstein, who sexually harassed and assaulted women for decades. He also defends the innocent and guilty in the courtroom. And he’s very much worth watching.

Irving’s client, Michael Krenn, was accused of attempting to overthrow the government by inciting violence, which is a form of terrorism.

Irving’s client, Mark Glaze, was accused of conspiracy to commit the crime of terrorism.

It happened on April 29, 2019, when Irving’s client, Michael Krenn, was accused of attempting to overthrow the government by inciting violence. Krenn had just won a Supreme Court decision on a case involving a law that prevents the government from taking people’s guns away.

Irving’s client, Mark Glaze, was also accused of attempted overthrow the government. Glaze worked for the government in a position, he was charged, that is very close to the president of the United States.

Both Krenn and Glaze deny they are terrorists.

The lawyers for Krenn and Glaze argued in court they were being accused of trying to overthrow the government, which in their opinion is a violation of the second amendment, which you can read about here. Krenn, who is married and has a 2-year-old daughter, was defending both his marriage and his daughter.

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