Assistant Attorney General Thomas E. Perez Black Panther case lacks proof

Assistant Attorney General Thomas E. Perez told the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights on Friday there was “insufficient evidence” to bring a civil complaint against members of the New Black Panther Party who disrupted a Philadelphia polling place in the 2008 general elections.

Mr. Samir Shabazz, head of the Philadelphia chapter, and Jerry Jackson, a Philadelphia party member, were videotaped outside a polling place wearing black military-style uniforms, which included combat boots and black berets. Mr. Samir Shabazz also brandished a nightstick.

The department did obtain an injunction against Mr. Samir Shabazz prohibiting him from brandishing a weapon outside a polling place until 2012. SOURCE

Looks to this voter that Obama has our Justice system in his control and so why would Attorney General Thomas E. Perez come up with any other answer?  There is videos of the Black Panthers at the polling place with weapons and Perez says there isn’t any proof! Pictures speak louder than words!  Make you wonder why Mr. Samir Shabazz was being prohibiting from brandishing a weapon outside a polling place until 2012,  kind of strange to come up with 2012 huh?  Yes when Obama will be up for reelection! Wonder what General Thomas E. Perez would have said if it had been a few KKK members instead of the Black Panthers?

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One comment on “Assistant Attorney General Thomas E. Perez Black Panther case lacks proof

  1. The Obama administration won’t do anything that might offend his voiting base … ie the Black Panthers, and unions, and terror supporters.

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