Skip to comments.DOJ Attorney Quits Over Black Panther Stonewall
Posted on 05/19/2010 11:05:50 AM PDT by Behind Liberal Lines
A trial attorney with the Department of Justices Voting Rights Section has resigned, citing concerns about the governments refusal to prosecute a case involving voter intimidation by the New Black Panther Party.
A letter of resignation from a former Justice Department employee makes clear DOJ has refused to allow attorneys in the Voting Rights Section to testify before the congressionally-chartered bipartisan U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, despite subpoenas that could result in their being held in contempt.
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This should be a major story in the MSM but we all know it won’t be. It’s downright scary that we have a DOJ that won’t pursue this case. Unbelievable. But I bet 90% of the general population doesn’t know a thing about this case.
I’m wondering who this attorney is and will they be able to come forward? They may have some rules which prevent them from commenting on this case. If not then this attorney should come forward and present the issues for the public. They should make the talk show circuit. They owe the public an accounting. That’s what they are paid for.
Good. Now he can testify.
just imagine the UPROAR in the Mediascum if any analogous thuggery were being covered up by a R. admin.
Democrats frequently make “Watergate” look like a coffee house gossip session
Somebody has the kahunas to say enough .
Thanks Behind Liberal Lines
This only confirms the criminality of Obama and Holder. Obstructing justice by the U. S. Justice Department seems to me like an indictable offence.
As pointed out by a previous poster, nothing will happen on this until the Democrats loose their control of government. It is too bad, but when Republicans regain control they will have to watched to make sure that they don’t just let this go. Unfortunately they can’t be trusted either.
No one will bring this up on “60 Minutes” or “Dateline”.
I’d fall over if this story was ever even hinted at, let alone reported on, by the DBM.
ditto and bump.
More info from http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2516429/posts (Washington Examiner article)
When I saw the headline, I thought I was going to read about a resignation that had been *requested*, you know, someone on the shady side of things got caught (since this whole Black Panther no prosecute is such a sham) -- I am heartened to read that it is just the opposite. Hopefully this is not the last we hear from this attorney.
Holder: “You can’t prosecute, dose my people.”
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