Gary Ireland, a New York City-based activist trial lawyer, is using his daughter to push for the end of the Boy Scouts of America and its freedom to associate by gender. Mainstream media social engineers like NPR and Huffington Post are spreading his daughter, Sydney’s, plea to be allowed into the Boy Scouts. Targets of Ireland’s decades’ long crusade against masculinity are not only the scouts, but businessman Richard Branson and preppy clothing store chain Vineyard Vines.
“I cannot change my gender to fit the Boy Scouts’ standards, but the Boy Scouts can change their standards to include me,” reads the anti-scout Change.org petition, which has been signed over 6,000 times. The petition’s author is supposedly 16 year old Sydney herself.
In 2015, Ireland, along with a 20-something New York woman, Ciara Robinson, filed a sexual harassment and gender-discrimination suit against clothing store Vineyard Vines, at the center of which was her claim that a fellow employee, Daniel Pezzola, had raped her at a store location. State police found Robinson’s rape accusation, which they wrote “lacks any evidence of proof,” so unbelievable that they declined to question Pezzola.
Nonetheless, with the backing of the U.S. Equal Opportunity Employment Commission and Gawker Media, Ireland and Robinson were able to take the case into settlement, with the clothing store backing up Pezzola, according to court documents reviewed by GotNews.
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In 1996, Ireland helped a Virgin Atlantic public relations executive, Elizabeth Hlinko, file a sexual harassment suit against Richard Branson and his company, based on claims that the English CEO of the Virgin Group had fondled her breasts.
Four months before filing suit, Ireland approached Branson with a settlement demand of 300,000 British pounds, (the modern equivalent of $500,000), Branson’s attorney told the Sunday Mirror. The filed suit asked for $1.3 million. A U.S. District court judge dismissed the case, leaving Hlinko on the hook for attorney’s fees.
Ireland was similarly set on the Virgin/Branson trough during the mid-’90s with another Branson accuser client, Virgin executive Lorna Brisset-Romans, who claimed Branson grabbed her buttocks while they were dancing and forced her to get an abortion to stay employed.
After two years of preparation, the Brisset-Romans harassment case crashed when Ireland showed up at a hearing acknowledging he was too incompetent to do his job, leading a federal judge to immediately dismiss the case.
According to The Scotsman in July 1998:
Ms Brissett-Romans’ first lawyer, Gary Ireland, said that he had hired a top trial attorney – Lawrence Solotoff – because he was too inexperienced to handle the case on his own. But Mr Solotoff abandoned the lawsuit before it started, by announcing to Judge Miriam Cedarbaum that he was having to quit “for health reasons”. The judge was as perplexed as the Virgin lawyers when Mr Ireland requested an adjournment to hire a new lawyer.
Is Gary Ireland’s agitation over the Boy Scouts part of a long game to sue this revered American institution for the big bucks?
Stay tuned for more.
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