KELLY: Do you believe that the DOJ has a policy now of not pursuing cases if the defendant is black and the victim is white?
ADAM: Well, particularly in voting. In voting that will be the case over the next few years, there’s no doubt about it.
KELLY: There isn’t?
ADAM: None, I mean, instructions were, if you had all the attorneys that worked on this case I am quite sure that they would say the exact same thing. And that other attorneys gave instructions that the voting section would not be pursuing these sorts of cases.
KELLY: Who specifically has issued that mandate?
ADAMS: Well, you know, there’s some things I’m not going to reveal as far as who they are. They know who they are. They’ve said that if somebody wants to bring these kind of cases that’s not going to be done out of the civil rights division. If a U.S. attorney wants to do it, that’s up to them, but it’s not going to happen out of the civil rights division.
KELLY: Let me ask you this. Is it somebody or is it several people in positions of power?
ADAMS: Yeah, it’s a political appointee. It’s a political appointee.
KELLY: You have said that after the dismissal of the New Black Panther’s case that a mandate was issued that no more of these cases brought against black defendants would be brought. Is that the case?
ADAMS: That’s what I just said.
Former Robert Kennedy Campaign Manager And Civil Right Attorney, Bartle Bull Says,
"I Do Know the President of the United States, Mr. Obama, has violated his Oath of Office, and that is to enforce the laws of the United States, because he is not enforcing the Voting Rights Act."