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Saturday, March 31, 2012

DOJ on New Black Panther Party's Commission of likely Felonies: No comment

No incident has dogged the Obama administration longer than the New Black Panther Party (NBPP) voting rights case, which occurred on election day in 2008 when Jerry Jackson and King Samir Shabazz stood outside a polling station in military garb. Approximately one and half years later, Attorney General Eric Holder sat in front of a congressional committee and defended his Department's decision not to pursue the case while referring to blacks as "my people."

Before we get to his latest problem with the NBPP, check out this exchange from last year:

Pre-disposed to protect the New Black Panther Party? You betcha!

According to J. Christian Adams, once a federal attorney who resigned from the DOJ over the latter's handling of the aforementioned case, the solicitation of unlawful kidnapping in the state of Florida is a felony. Nonetheless, that's exactly what the New Black Panther Party has done in the case of George Zimmerman and there doesn't appear to be an explanation as to why the DOJ isn't pursuing the NBPP other than they're being Holder's "people."

Via Washington Times:
The U.S. Department of Justice had no comment on the $10,000 bounty the New Black Panther Party (NBPP) was offering for a "citizen's arrest" of George Zimmerman, the 28 year old man who told Sanford, Florida Police he shot and killed 17 year old Trayvon Martin on February 26 in an act of self-defense.

According to a number of reports, the NBPP  "called for the mobilization of 10,000 black men" to do the "arrest." Zimmerman and his family have received death threats since the case became a national issue. Mr. Zimmerman has not been arrested by local authorities. Federal, state, and local investigations of the shooting are happening, and he is currently in hiding.
No comment? On felonies happening right now? Can someone please tell me where John Boehner is? Like it or not, he is the most powerful Republican in the country today and he is practically invisible on every egregious development involving the Obama administration. It's like a fire marshall who goes into hiding when the alarm goes off.

1 comment:

Mitch said...

Even more important question than Eric Holder's lack of desire to prosecute ...

... why isn't the State of Florida pushing criminal charges against the NBPP for, as you stated, "the solicitation of unlawful kidnapping in the state of Florida"??? It is a felony. So, the NBPP AS AN ORGANIZATION is guilty.

With the State of Florida unwilling to do ANYTHING about it ... why should Holder do anything?

I'm not absolving Holder in the matter, but, his office is under NO PRESSURE so long as the State of Florida turns a blind eye to all of this as well.

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