THEY DROPPED THE BLACK PANTHER CASE IN JUNE.NOW, THEY'VE "TRANSFERRED" THE DOJ SECTION CHIEF WHO BROUGHT THE CHARGES!
UNBELIEVABLE. IMPEACHABLE. HOLDER THAT IS. AND THEN BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA.
AND TO TOP IT OFF, IT WAS ONLY REPORTED BY 6 MEDIA OUTLETS.
NOT A SINGLE ONE A MAJOR MSM PLAYER:
Washington Times - - 49 minutes agoThe veteran Justice Department voting rights section chief who recommended going forward on a civil complaint against ...Examiner.com - - 11 hours agoAP Wire Photo Veteran Civil Rights Division attorney Christopher Coates is no longer chief of the Voting Section, according to the division's Web site. ...Personal Liberty Digest - 20 hours agoThe US Civil Rights Commission recently subpoenaed the Justice Department in an effort to understand why they dropped charges in May against three members ...
He added, "I have written Attorney General [Eric] Holder on six occasions asking for an explanation for the dismissal of this case. To date, I have received no response from him." Washington Examiner (blog) - - 22 hours agoMain Justice reports that Christopher Coates, head of the Justice Department's voting rights division, has been removed from his post and replaced. ...Main Justice - - Dec 27, 2009Veteran Civil Rights Division attorney Christopher Coates is no longer chief of the Voting Section, according to the ...
BlogsAmerican Thinker (blog) - - 13 hours agoMain Justice.com reports there's been an unceremonial removal from office of the Civil Rights Division's Voting Rights Section chief, Christopher Coates. ...
He wasn't fired outright; just transferred due to "controversies" he caused. And frictions with the leadership of this unit, which apparently didn't like having the voter intimidation division investigating actual voter intimidation.
Good Lord. They don't even care. They don't even care.
I guess you can afford not to care when the media's biggest FAQ is "how might I better pleasure you, Master?"
FNC's O'Reilly Interviews Liberal Attorney Who Witnessed Black Panther Voter Intimidation
On Friday’s The O’Reilly Factor on FNC, host Bill O’Reilly interviewed liberal civil rights attorney Bartle Bull about the Justice Department’s recent decision to drop charges against Black Panther members who engaged in voter intimidation in Philadelphia polling place last November. Bull – who worked for both Robert F. Kennedy and Jimmy Carter – was an eyewitness to some of the intimidation, and charged that Attorney General Eric Holder’s decision not to pursue the case was "100 percent politically motivated."