The victim is also suing the nightclub where the shooting took place.
Paul Briley is suing Chris Brown and a San Jose nightclub over injuries he sustained in a January shooting at an event hosted by the singer, CBS San Francisco reports.
Five people were injured when the shooting broke out. Briley says he incurred a permanent injury in his foot and is seeking damages for lost wages, medical expenses and "all past, present, and future physical, mental and emotional pain and suffering, including fright, shock, terror, and post-traumatic stress of being shot."
The political action committee document says "Ready for Kanye" was formed by Eugene Craig III, who will serve as custodian of records and treasurer. According to Craig's Twitter page, he is a grassroots activist and a Liberty-Republican. He is the third vice chair for the Maryland Republican party.
The purpose of a PAC is to raise money for a candidate's political campaign. Each committee must register with the Federal Election Commission and report its funds.
Just before leaving for a trip to Alaska, President Obama righted what many Native Americans see as a century old wrong.
The name of America's highest peak, Mount McKinley in Alaska, has been changed back to its original name, Denali.
In the native tongue, the word means "the high one."
The story of how it became known as Mount McKinley - named after President William McKinley, who was only a candidate for the presidency at the time - is pretty funny.
A gold prospector came ouf of the Alaskan wilderness, telling stories about the sights he'd seen, including this very high mountain. He decided that it should be named for McKinley, a Republican from Ohio who had never been and never would end up going to Alaska.
Makes perfect sense, right?
And that's it?
Native American groups in Alaska have been fighting for the name change since Alaska became a state in 1959.