The Amren conference was later moved to Charlotte in 2011 where it was similarly cancelled due to pressure from anti-racist groups. In 2012 and 2013, the Amren conference found a new home at Montgomery Bell State Park near Dickson, TN where it was carried out successfully in spite of anti-racist demonstrations.
According to Kyle Bristow, Daryle Lamont Jenkins was ordered by an Oklahoma court this morning to pay David Yeagley, one of the speakers who was scheduled to attend the 2010 Amren conference, $50,000 in damages for violating his civil rights:
“Yeagley’s motion for summary judgment was filed on December 3, 2013, and Jenkins did not file a responsive brief to it. During the morning of January 3, 2014, a hearing on the motion occurred, and the judge granted it: Jenkins has been ordered by a court of law to pay Yeagley $50,000.00 for shutting down the 2010 American Renaissance conference. …”
Note: Until recently, DLJ was listed as the co-host of the next anti-racist protest at the 2014 Amren conference on April 26th, also at Montgomery Bell State Park, which is being organized by the “Tennessee Anti-Racist Network.” This court judgement seem to have already dampened his enthusiasm for harassing Amren.
Perhaps DLJ will now fade into obscurity like Jeffrey Imm. The League of the South should consider taking legal action against the ‘Tennessee Anti-Racist Network’ for getting our hotel reservations cancelled in Shelbyville.