This has been one of our busiest months yet here at We The Patriots USA, so we wanted to take this opportunity to provide you with a quick update on our litigation efforts. From taking on three new lawsuits, to declaring three major victories, April 2022 is definitely one for the books. And remember, none of this would have been possible without the support of our generous donors, like you! For those of you who haven’t committed to support our organization just yet, we hope that you will consider doing so today, and/or encourage your freedom-minded family and friends to do so.
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Navy Veteran Colton Allen Reinstated to Nursing Program

Colton Allen, a U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman who served honorably from 2011 – 2016 (including a deployment to Bahrain with an exercise to Jordan), contacted WTP USA after he was suspended from the nursing program at American International College (AIC) in Springfield, Massachusetts. AIC kicked Colton out of class with only about a month to go before his May 6, 2022 graduation, just for refusing the covid booster AFTER he was injured by the same shot!

On April 11, 2022 – just a little over a week after we first became involved in Colton’s case – AIC reinstated Colton to class, enabling him to graduate on time, and earn the degree he has worked so hard to achieve.

Michigan Child Protective Services Drops Case against Jenna Campau

On April 15, 2022, Jenna Campau learned that the State of Michigan’s Child Protective Services (CPS) has decided not act on the report from the hospital that is denying Jenna’s daughter a life-saving kidney transplant, simply because she has refused the covid and flu shots. CPS cited the fact that the reason for refusing the shots was religious in nature, which of course would not constitute neglect. As this report came just days after we announced publicly our intent to pursue legal action against the hospital and–if necessary–CPS, this is an important initial victory in Jenna’s case. Hear Jenna tell her story and provide this update on Cross Politic.

Washington, D.C. Firefighter William Duley Wins Religious Exemption

On April 25, 2022, Washington, D.C. firefighter William Duley received a letter reversing the department’s original denial of his religious exemption to the covid shot, allowing him to keep the job he loves so much. Firefighter Duley has not only regained his right to provide for his family, but has won a victory for Patriots everywhere who are fighting back against tyrannical mandates that have nothing to do with public health. We provided Firefighter Duley with the counsel of renowned Attorney Norm Pattis of Pattis and Smith, LLC, who wrote a letter to the fire department placing them on notice that they were acting in violation of federal law by denying him his right to opt out of the shot on religious grounds.


Sgt. Jesus Cano vs. Department of Defense (U.S. Army)

Okay, this one was technically announced in March, but close enough. On March 28, 2022, we announced that we are taking on the case of Sgt. Jesus Cano, who has served his country honorably for 21 years. As an Army Sergeant First Class with three combat deployments and a mobilization to Fort Lee, he knows first hand what it means to risk it all in defense of freedom. But he is not willing to risk it all for an experimental injection that violates his sincerely-held religious beliefs. The Army, though, has asked him to do just that, and has informed Sgt. Cano that he will be discharged from the service (and not honorably) or his refusal, risking the loss of the benefits he has earned through his fearless service to his country.

Please join us today in standing up for Sgt. Cano, and for the RIGHT TO REFUSE. We have set a goal of $75,000 to cover Sgt. Cano’s legal expenses. As of today, we have only raised $16,523 toward that goal. Please consider donating to help this American hero today.

Jenna Campau v. Spectrum Health, Helen Devos Children’s Hospital

On April 11, 2022, we announced that we are taking on the case of Jenna Campau, a Michigan mom whose 17 year-old daughter (adopted from the Ukraine) has end-stage renal disease, and was denied a spot on the pediatric kidney transplant list simply because the family has refused the covid and flu shots based on their sincerely-held religious beliefs. Listen to Jenna tell her story on The Mel K. Show here.

We connected Jenna with counsel and have committed to fund her lawsuit. Since time is of the essence (Jenna will turn 18 in July, losing the chance to be placed on the high priority pediatric transplant list, with a much shorter wait time), we have already paid the attorneys, who expect to file Jenna’s complaint in federal court within days. However, we are still in dire need to donations to replenish these funds so that we can continue to help Jenna and so many others like her who have reached out to us for help in their fight against covid fascism. As of today, we have raised only $8,868 of our $50,000 goal. Please consider a donation to Jenna’s legal fund today.

Brian Ruka v. Boston Public Schools

On April 19, 2022, we announced that we will be taking on the case of Brian Ruka, a Dorchester, Massachusetts father who is pursuing legal action against the Boston Public Schools for denying his request to opt out of the transgender curriculum being taught in his 11 year-old son’s school. As first reported in The Daily Wire, it all began when Brian learned that his son had been given an assignment in his fifth-grade class to read a story called “The Gender Reveal”, about a 12 year-old boy who announces that he has decided to identify as “non-binary.” It is our belief that ALL parents should have control over the education of their children, and that schools MUST allow parents to opt their children out of any and all assignments that conflict with their sincerely-held religious beliefs. We will take this case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court if that’s what it takes to set this precedent. This case has nationwide implications for all parents with children in public schools everywhere in the country.

We have set a goal of $50,000 to pay for Brian’s legal expenses. To date, we have raised only $8,247 toward this goal. Please consider a donation to Brian’s case today.


Appeal Brief Filed in CT Religious Exemption Lawsuit

As most of you know, We The Patriots USA, Inc.–in conjunction with its sister organization, CT Freedom Alliance, LLC and three parent-plaintiffs–filed a federal lawsuit against the State of Connecticut and several boards of education in April of last year, in an effort to overturn the state’s unconstitutional elimination of the religious exemption to mandatory immunizations for schoolchildren and college students. Unfortunately, the District Court granted the state’s motion to dismiss on January 11, 2022, and we soon after filed our appeal to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. On April 15, 2022, the brilliant attorneys at Pattis and Smith, LLC filed our appellate brief with the court, outlining in great detail the many reasons why the District Court erred in dismissing our case. Read the entire brief here.

Objection to Motion to Dismiss Filed in U.S. Marine Bill Salier’s Lawsuit Against Walmart

On April 27, 2022, Attorney Cameron Atkinson and Attorney Marjorie Holsten filed a brief in objection to Walmart and Hy-Vee Supermarket’s motions to dismiss the lawsuit filed by retired U.S. Marine Bill Salier and his wife, after pharmacists at each store refused to fill their prescriptions for ivermectin while they were seriously ill with covid. We first announced our intent to file this lawsuit in October of last year, and since filing in January of 2022, the case has been proceeding on schedule in the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota. The brief contains a novel argument regarding the Seventh Amendment right to a civil jury trial, which could form the basis of an appeal all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. Read the entire brief here.