Black panther intimidating voters

The documents directly contradict sworn testimony by Obama’s Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division, Thomas Perez, that no political leadership was involved in the decision. Christian Adams, said there’s a pervasive and open hostility towards equal enforcement of the law in the DOJ’s Civil Rights Division.Adding to the scandal, a veteran DOJ civil rights attorney who worked on the Black Panther case accused the agency of racial bias for dropping charges against the group and resigned over the “corrupt nature of the dismissal.” During testimony before the U. obviously, you cannot stand around with a weapon menacingly in your hand under any circumstances.LEVENTHAL: that is situation, as far as we know it.

Judicial Watch investigated and after suing the DOJ, obtained explosive documents that show Obama political appointees were intimately involved in the decision to dismiss the voter intimidation case against the Black Panthers.but the implication is that you were telling me that the black panthers were there to intimidate white voters from coming to this location?CITIZEN: anyone who is not going their way, i do not know.is anyone monitoring in case someone is still hanging around?LEVENTHAL: well there are poll watchers still standing here, we’ve been to at least a half a dozen polls around here and I haven’t seen any police officers, they don’t want a police presence to intimidate some voters, they did escort one gentleman out of here SKINNER: It’s true in some places they don’t want police on sight, plenty going on there for you.

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