Scandal in the Department of Justice?

Remember the video of the New Black Panthers standing outside a polling place in Philadelphia in November 2008? They were the ones in military style uniforms blocking the door, and, carrying night sticks. What has happened since is truly amazing.

In early January, 2009, the Department of Justice brought charges against them under the voter intimidation statutes of the 1965 Voting Rights Act.  And, when none of the defendants appeared for trial, in April, 2009 the court entered a default judgment against them.  All that remained was a hearing by the court to pronounce sentences against the defendants.  Then, strangely, in May, 2009 the Department of Justice dismissed the charges.

We are now hearing from J. Christian Adams, one of the DOJ attorneys who handled the matter, and, what he is telling us isn’t good.  First he claims that two Obama political appointees to the DOJ ordered that the case be dismissed.  And then he tells us that a mandate has been issued in the Civil Rights Division of DOJ that henceforth, the Civil Rights Division will no longer prosecute any voter intimidation case where the defendant is black, and the victim is white.

Listen to what Mr. Adams has to say, and make up your own mind.

5 replies
  1. Anne-EH
    Anne-EH says:

    The more I read, watch, and listen to President Barak Obama and his positions, not just on the dimissel of the New Black Panthers blocking the polling place and the plans of the Obama Justice Dept., planning on suing the state of AZ on SB 1070, the more I see Obama trying to become a divider and chief.

  2. winnie888
    winnie888 says:

    This goes beyond bone chilling….It's only voter intimidation if the race of the person intimidating is anything but black?  I'm sorry…I know I'm probably going to get hammered, but that IS racism…

    Everything leading up to Obama's ascendancy to the "throne", everything since and probably anything in the future related to his administration has been & will probably prove to be crookeder than a dog's hind leg.  With each passing day, I scratch my head in wonder as to how so few people can see the writing on the wall…

     

  3. winnie888
    winnie888 says:

    This goes beyond bone chilling….It's only voter intimidation if the race of the person intimidating is anything but black?  I'm sorry…I know I'm probably going to get hammered, but that IS racism…Everything leading up to Obama's ascendancy to the "throne", everything since and probably anything in the future related to his administration has been & will probably prove to be crookeder than a dog's hind leg.  With each passing day, I scratch my head in wonder as to how so few people can see the writing on the wall…

  4. Dimsdale
    Dimsdale says:

    You can call it the Department of Black Justice, the Dept. of Social Justice, but ya doesn't have to call the the Dept. of Justice anymore!  (my apologies to R.J.J. Johnson).

     

    Lady Justice has been hit in the back of the head with a sock full of nickles.

     

    Is it too early to claim reparations for the oppressed white man?  😉

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