Philadelphia involving two black panthers blocking and intimidating voters

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The more the Obama administration fights the subpoenas from the U. Commission on Civil rights and denies congressmen’s requests for answers concerning the inexplicable dismissal of the voter-intimidation case in Philadelphia against the New Black Panther Party (NBPP), the more reasonable people wonder what the administration has to hide.

And so it is appropriate now to ask: What did the White House know and when did it know it?

These reports include: The Market Daily News reported on those 100 precincts in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, that on election day gave Romney zero votes, and Obama got 99 percent.

“In more than 50 different precincts, Romney received two votes or less,” the report said.

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Organizers of True the Vote claim their goal is to train one million poll watchers to challenge and confront other Americans as they go to the polls in November.

One can find any number of rightwing bloggers spittle-flecking over this non-issue, and reporting it without knowing the facts. Most of these blogs rant about issues that have no basis in fact, and when facts are produced, they delete them and call them B. The two groups are in no way related.)I was loathe to comment since I know that no rational discussion will follow. It was clear from the beginning that this was not a case of voter intimidation against anyone who might vote for John Mc Cain.

As many observers noted on that day, no matter how badly those two New Black Panters were behaving (and the police were called and responded), it’s a HEAVILY DEMOCRATIC PRECINCT.

As blogger Ben Smith noted way back then, “You don’t typically intimidate your own voters.”This means that the case was downgraded to a civil case 11 days before Obama was inaugurated, 26 days before Eric Holder became attorney general, and about nine months before Thomas Perez was confirmed as head of the Civil Rights Division.""..case was downgraded to a civil case 11 days before Obama was inaugurated, 26 days before Eric Holder became attorney general, and about nine months before Thomas Perez was confirmed as head of the Civil Rights Division."# The Bush administration’s Justice Department — not the Obama administration — made the decision not to pursue criminal charges against members of the New Black Panther Party for alleged voter intimidation at a polling center in Philadelphia in 2008;# The Obama administration successfully obtained default judgment against Samir Shabazz, a member of the New Black Panther Party carrying a nightstick outside the Philadelphia polling center on Election Day 2008; So, no matter how many times J.

The two were members of the New Black Panther Party (NBPP). As he passed three Mc Cain volunteers, the armed man, Minister King Samir Shabazz, the party’s leader in Philadelphia, yelled: “You are about to be ruled by the black man, Cracker!

”Having been arrested in Hattiesburg, Mississippi in 1966 while working as a civil rights lawyer, and having received a civil rights medal from Senator Edward Kennedy in 2003 for my work with the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, I appreciated the racist irony.

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