J. Christian Adams, a career prosecutor within the Civil Rights Division at the Department of Justice who resigned a few weeks ago, has come forward with explosive allegations that DOJ political appointees under Obama ordered voter intimidation charges dropped against reputed members of the New Black Panthers Party pursuant to a new policy by which no cases will be brought involving black defendants and white victims, and Adams writes for Pajamas Media:
Refusing to enforce the law in a race-neutral manner is a curable malaise. The Department of Justice can still redeem itself — it might start by refiling the lawsuit against the dismissed defendants in the New Black Panther Party case. * * * [I]t should be willing to diligently pursue investigations and cases no matter the race of the victim or the perpetrator, especially in voting rights cases. If they don't, Americans have the right to know and judge this administration's neglect of our civil rights.