Court decision renews focus on Black Panther voter intimidation

Jim Kouri Law Enforcement Examiner 8/16/2012

In the wake of a recent federal court ruling that casts doubt on the accuracy of sworn testimony provided by Justice Department officials regarding the decision to abandon its voter intimidation lawsuit against the New Black Panther Party for Self Defense (NBPP), Examiner’s Joe Newby reported on Wednesday that […]

Civil rights panel postpones vote on New Black Panthers report after member walks out

Jerry Markon Washington Post 10/29/2010

A federal commission had to postpone a vote on a report that criticizes the Justice Department’s handling of a voter-intimidation lawsuit Friday after a Democratic panelist walked out of the meeting in protest.

The draft of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights report says that Justice tried to hide the […]

American Hero: Coates Negates a Year of Justice Department Spin on New Black Panther Case

Glenn Reynolds Instapundit 9/24/2010

ON PJTV NOW: LIVE COVERAGE: U.S. Commission on Civil Rights New Black Panther Party Testimony.Testimony will begin in a few minutes.

UPDATE: At PJM, Full Text of Christopher Coates’ Testimony to U.S. Commission on Civil Rights (PJM Exclusive).

Related: J. Christian Adams: American Hero: Coates Negates a Year of Justice Department […]

U.S. Civil Rights Commission hearing erupts into shouting over Black Panther case

theblogprof 8/15/2010

As practically everyone knows by now, AG Eric Holder at the behest of Obama dropped all charges against members of the New Black Panther Party that were intimidating white voters on camera at polling stations in Philadelphia. A former Department of Justice lawyer says the case was dropped for racial reasons:

It […]

Deliberate Nonfeasance at the DOJ

John Steele Gordon Commentary Magazine 7/9/2010

If this article is even half true, it should be a major scandal and pretty much proof positive that the Obama Justice Department is totally politicized.

The so-called Motor Voter Law of 1993 (a time when the Democrats controlled both houses of Congress and the Presidency) requires states to […]

U.S. panel chides Holder in Panther probe

Written by Jerry Seper The Washington Times Saturday, 03 October 2009

The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights asked Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. on Wednesday to name a Justice Department official to oversee the production of what it called “our overdue information requests” for documents in the dismissal of a civil complaint against […]