Posted on May 29th, 2009 in clean government, Education, General, Journalism, liberty, National Politics, PPC | Written by Ben | No Comments »
Remember the story of the Black Panthers intimidating Philadelphia voters on our most recent Election Day? Well, there’s an interesting update at The Next Right that strongly suggests the Obama Department of Justice (DOJ) is happy to let the issue drop.
Author Mike Roman makes some cogent points in his conclusion:
These actions raise a number of troubling questions. For example, why did the Civil Rights Division voluntarily dismiss a lawsuit that they had effectively already won, against defendants who were physically threatening voters? Is the Division concerned that this dismissal will encourage the New Black Panther Party, or other groups, to intimidate voters? Why did the Division seek such limited relief against a defendant who was actually carrying and brandishing a weapon at a polling station on election day?
Don’t expect to see this story at the top of your network news broadcast or anywhere near the front page of the New York Times.
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