The Case for a Class Action RICO Lawsuit Against SJP to Combat Campus Antisemitism

The Deployment of RICO:

Prior to exploring RICO as a brilliant, on-target legal tactic to be deployed against SJP —the ringleader/tip of the spear re the criminal/terror axis executed worldwide by pro-terror, so-called activists/students, as outlined by the Middle East Forum — a distinct backgrounder, as well as a nexus thereof, will aid and abet in squaring the circle, so to speak.


– Heralded under the 6-year reign of Rudy Giuliani (as the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, 1983-1989), RICO was utilized as the blessed tool to smash organized crime into smithereerns! A Herculean and most treacherous feat.


Giuliani announced that his top priority as U.S. attorney was to defeat organized crime in New York, where the chiefs of the so-called “Five Families” lived and operated. He read Mob boss Joseph Bonanno’s 1983 memoir A Man of Honor, in which Bonanno described meetings with bosses of the other four families — Colombo, Gambino, Genovese and Lucchese — a national ruling body referred to as “the Commission.” The Commission, going back to 1931, met secretly to settle differences, consider new members, approve murders and dole out money earned through racketeering. Giuliani received permission from Washington to pursue a case against the Commission. By 1984, 350 FBI agents and 100 New York Police detectives were investigating the Mob. At the time, an estimated 1,000 “made” men and 5,000 Mob associates lived in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and elsewhere.

Giuliani’s probe included the placement of court-allowed recording devices in 1984 in places such as the Palma Boys Social Club in New York, where Anthony “Fat Tony” Salerno held court, Paul Castellano’s home on Staten Island, an automobile used by a Colombo family member and a Jaguar car used by Lucchese family associate Sal Avellino to chauffeur various mobsters. From hundreds of hours of recorded conversations, investigators heard the gangsters talk about the Commission, narcotics sales and the contract murder of Bonanno figure Carmine Galante in 1979.

Giuliani decided to prosecute the leaders of the families and their upper-level cohorts together under the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, or RICO, for allegedly conspiring to commit felonies including contract murders, loan sharking, extortion, labor racketeering and drug trafficking. It was the first time RICO, passed by Congress in 1970, was employed to prosecute a major federal case.

He argued the case before a federal grand jury and in February 1985 obtained indictments against a laundry list of New York’s Mob leaders and their lieutenants: Bonanno family boss Phil Rastelli and capo Anthony Indelicato; Colombo boss Carmine Persico and member Ralph Scopo; Gambino boss Paul Castellano; Genovese boss Anthony Salerno and member Gennaro Langella; Lucchese boss Anthony Corallo, underboss Salvatore Santoro and consigliere Christopher Furnari. Soon afterward, Castellano was shot and killed outside a restaurant in Manhattan and Rastelli was tried in a separate RICO case.

— Mind you, a bullet-proof RICO charge-sheet must include the complex weavings of money laundering. As such, the prosecutorial team has to consist of the most adept forensic accounting experts, that is, in order to wade through financial boondoogles like none other.

See: Jihadi Money Laundering Via Counterfeit Cigs/Goods + Drugs Ala “Mom & Pop” Shops Across US = Sunni + Shia Terror! Proofs. (2017)

— Familial ties come into play, too. Morty Dzikansky, NYPD Homicide Det., First Grade (prior to being deployed to Israel as a counter-terrorism expert by former Police Commish Ray Kelly) led a squad of detectives/investigators who chased down high level drug kingpins (mostly heroin and cocaine dealers) throughout all of the 5 boroughs within New York City.

Long story short: For weeks on end, it was through 24/7 survelliance teams that they managed to track the top members of the drug cartel(s) to their main hide-out; yes, a mansion in a secluded part of Staten Island. In fact, the fencing surrounding it was akin to that which rivaled the highest security prison!

Regardless, they made entry — but only after “incapacitating” a few of their sentries/muscle-men. In warp speed, their techies implanted the most sophisticated recording devices (audio and visual) throughout. Afterwards, they laid-in-wait for the dealers to return, that is, knowing full well the chatter would come. Oh boy, did it!

The point being: Apparently, they never noticed that their stash-house was left unguarded (not the brightest bulbs). After some time, the teams made entry — but only once deep snoring commenced. Unexpectedly, coupling came into play, since they always had women at their disposal.

Once they were rounded up (shackled/cuffed/blind-folded, and “deposited” into a waiting unmarked van), Morty Dzikansky tasked his team to rip apart, down to the studs, the mansion. Well, aside from a million plus dollars, and “product weight” worth even more on the streets, the most heady find was a safe full of ledgers, yes, ledgers akin to those used by forensic (often geeky) accountants.

It was these ledgers that became the star exhibits for a full-blown RICO trial; having tied up what was needed for a rock-solid, money laundering indictment — plus all of the other elements required to illustrate the criminal hierarchy and conspiracy involved thereof. Rest assured, a portion of their proceeds wound up in the hands of terrorists; through an intricate network of couriers and assorted stash houses throughout New York and New Jersey.

No doubt, through a colonoscopy-like tracking and tracing of where SJP’s terror/criminal financing comes from (be it domestic or foreign, or a combination thereof), the money laundering/racketeering will be exposed. Plain as day.


The rise of antisemitism on college campuses across the United States has reached alarming levels, demanding immediate and decisive action. Central to these troubling developments is the group known as Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP), implicated in numerous incidents that extend beyond free speech into coordinated harassment and intimidation. While purporting to advocate for Palestinian rights, SJP repeatedly crosses legal boundaries that protect the civil liberties of Jewish students and students of Israeli national origin. Given the severity and organized nature of their actions, a class action lawsuit under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) emerges as a necessary legal remedy.

RICO provides a powerful tool for addressing wrongful acts done as part of an ongoing criminal organization. Originally designed to combat organized crime, legal practitioners have successfully applied RICO in various civil contexts, including dismantling the Ku Klux Klan and curtailing aggressive tactics by anti-abortion groups. These precedents illustrate RICO’s applicability to organizations that, under the guise of advocacy, engage in systematic violations of individuals’ rights.

In the context of SJP, applying RICO is appropriate due to the alleged coordinated nature of their activities across state lines, which affects a national population of students. The statute specifically targets patterns of racketeering activity—defined as the commission of multiple acts indicative of an ongoing, organized conspiracy to commit fundamental breaches of the law. SJP’s repeated engagements in tactics that intimidate, harass, and silence Jewish students and supporters of Israel fit the legal definition of racketeering activity.

A class action lawsuit is particularly suitable for addressing the widespread influence of SJP’s alleged misconduct. This strategy allows for the collective representation of all affected Jewish students and students of Israeli national origin, thereby addressing the scope of the issue across multiple educational institutions. By preventing the fragmented litigation of similar claims, this approach can lead to consistent rulings and standards of proof across different jurisdictions……continue the required evidentiary trails here……


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