Branch Covidians Sue Kentucky Over Lockdown: We Are Being Interned Like Japanese-Americans Were In WWII

Law & Crime reports:

Three people of faith in Kentucky alleged in a class action complaint on Tuesday that Gov. Andy Beshear [photo], a Democrat, went way too far with coronavirus-related restrictions. The plaintiffs noted in the opening lines of their lawsuit that “in times of public panic and fear, egregious violations of fundamental rights have been permitted throughout the history of this Country.”

The plaintiffs, Theodore Roberts, Randall Daniel and Sally O’Boyle, cited Korematsu v. United States, an infamous Supreme Court decision which upheld the government’s decision to put Japanese-Americans in internment camps during World War II. The lawsuit is filed against Beshear, Boone County Attorney Robert Neace and Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services Secretary Eric Friedlander in their official capacities.

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