In emotional and personal testimony, an ex-Justice official who quit over the handling of a voter intimidation case against the New Black Panther Party accused his former employer of instructing attorneys in the civil rights division to ignore cases that involve black defendants and white victims.

J. Christian Adams, testifying Tuesday before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, said that “over and over and over again,” the department showed “hostility” toward those cases. He described the Black Panther case as one example of that — he defended the legitimacy of the suit and said his “blood boiled” when he heard a Justice official claim the case wasn’t solid. “It is false,” Adams said of the claim. “We abetted wrongdoing and abandoned law-abiding citizens,” he later testified. LINK

This story isn’t getting a whole lot of attention from the MSM (as you can imagine) mainly because it is so devastating to the Obama administration but I assure you it isn’t going away. Eric Holder’s Justice Department has been exposed for what it is- a corrupt, racially bias organization that refuses to dispense equal justice under the law. Now one of the lawyers deeply involved in the Black Panther case has resigned in disgust and become a whistle-blower.

Let’s be very clear: at this point this has grown beyond the Black Panther case that brought this despicable behavior to light. It is about the perception Americans have about whether or not we can rely on one of most important institutions to dispense colorblind justice. Eric Holder has been the wrong man for this job from the start unless President Obama approves of his DOJ’s conduct. If that is the case what could be more shocking?  While many on the right would expect as much this has to be a blow to our liberal countrymen who voted for “HOPE” & “CHANGE”.

The DOJ’s conduct under Eric Holder is either that of a rogue agency that authorizes its lawyers to look the other way at crimes committed by blacks against whites, or it is wholly sanctioned by the Obama administration. I can’t decide which is worse. In any event Holder’s conduct and administration of the DOJ has become an embarrassment to his boss. Holder staying there will only further erode the dwindling confidence Americans have in their federal government.

For everyone’s sake he must go. Now!



  1. Wyatt Earp says:

    Holder should resign, and if he doesn’t, he should be dismissed. It’s never happen, but it should. If Lynne Abraham did something like this, she would have been dismissed and publicly disgraced by the local media – and rightly so.

  2. Wyatt Earp says:

    Oooh, even better. Holder is now going to “review” the verdict in the Oakland Police Officer case. Apparently, the WHITE officer’s conviction of involuntary manslaughter was not enough for killing a young, church-going African American honor student.

  3. Dustoff says:


    Keep it up O-bummer and America is going to stomp you hard.

    So now they want a race war..

  4. Bob G. says:

    I’ve said for years (even when I lived in Philly) that if we’re going to have the NEXT “civil war” it won’t be North against South…

    Holder is taking the DOJ to Crap-Sandwich Boulevard as fast as he can.
    That’s just not right…for ANYONE.

    Every time the divide between races starts to close, even a small bit, some radicals come by, and open it back up…like a wound that never quite heals.
    And we’ve already got WAY too much scar tissue as it is.
    News flash – It’s NOT coming from old nasty “whitey” either, folks!
    The actual blame for all of this is so plain and simple.
    “Steadman” needs to leave the position…or assume the position, because what he’s doing IS a crime.

    But hey, that’s just my opinion.

  5. but.. but.. I thought Obama was a uniter, not a divider? I thought the problems of race-tensions were all going to go away once we elected him? *roll eyes*

  6. Ingineer66 says:

    The case in Oakland should be done. The cop was convicted and will serve time in prison. Should be done deal. But not when it was a white cop and black victim. If the cop would have been acquitted then maybe the Feds should come in, but not with a conviction. And why is there not people protesting against the scumbag that shot and killed 4 police officers in Oakland last year. They are forgotten and this punk is the one that get vigils and protest rallies.

    The church going youth had just been released from serving 18 months on a weapons charge and he was resisting arrest at the time he was shot. Should resisting be a death sentence? No, there was no excuse for confusing a .40 cal for a Taser, but the victims actions lead to his death. There were several hundred other people on that platform that were not shot or even arrested that night. The kid was a thug and lived a violent life and that resulted in an early death.

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