A Los Angeles Superior Court judge ordered BLM activists to undergo a mental health evaluation after they were accused of demonstrating at gunpoint.
Three Black Lives Matter demonstrators confronted at gunpoint by former District Attorney Jackie Lacey’s late husband outside their family home, will have to undergo independent mental evaluations following their claims of psychological damage from the 2020 encounter.
A Los Angeles Superior Court Judge ordered each plaintiff, Melina Abdullah, Dahlia Ferlito and Justin Marks, to undergo a single, full-day examination with specific tests to be performed. In a separate ruling, the judge also directed the plaintiffs’ attorneys to comply with a Jan. 19 court order that directs Marks and Abdullah to sign waivers so their records from sessions with a therapist can be reviewed by Lacey’s lawyers.
The confrontation occurred when members of the BLM group showed up at the couple’s Granada Hills residence on the morning of March 2, 2020. The plaintiffs went to the Laceys’ home seeking to confront her for allegedly refusing to meet with them.
Lacey’s husband, David Lacey, opened the door after the plaintiffs rang the bell. Video images show him pointing a gun and saying he would shoot if the visitors did not get off his porch. David Lacey died Sept. 5.
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