Paris attack victim’s father, 23, sues Google, Facebook and Twitter claiming they ‘let terrorism spread’

Reynaldo Gonzalez, the father of Nohemi Gonzalez, the only American to be killed in the Paris massacre of November 13, 2015, plans to sue Twitter, Facebook and Google, claiming the services helped spread terrorism reports Flora Drury in the Daily Mail.

Nohemi Gonzalez,23, was shot dead in La Belle Equipe, one of 19 people murdered by two ISIS gunmen. 130 people were killed in a coordinated set of attacks across Paris.

Mr. Gonzalez will sue Google for an undisclosed sum, claiming their negligence permitted ISIS propaganda and beheading videos to be spread, even after attention was drawn to the issue.

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