Los Angeles BLM Activist Slapped with Restraining Order

 Trevor Ferguson;  Photo: Nancy Dillon

Trevor Ferguson; Photo: Nancy Dillon

A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has granted a restraining order against a Black Lives Matter activist after the activist showed up at the home of the Los Angeles Police Commission president. 

Judge Carol Boas Goodson issued the order against Trevor Ferguson, 35, after Ferguson showed up at the home of Commission President Matt Johnson.

Ferguson is also accused of using derogatory language toward Johnson at public meetings.

Both Johnson and Ferguson are African American.

Judge Goodson issued the order after concluding that Ferguson was not simply engaged in protest but also attempting to "incite fear."


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