Color-Coded Department of Justice

Caroline May’s Daily Caller story highlights concerns about whether Assistant Attorney General Loretta King’s decisions are guided by “the law or racial politics.”

Initially, questions were raised about the Department of Justice’s handling of the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania voter intimidation case for New Black Panther members.  Now, the DOJ has played a role in the City of Dayton, Ohio’s decision to lower test standards for black police recruits.

I find this pattern of color-coded justice disturbing.

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The DOJ should be representing the interests of all Americans and not a select few based on race.  Please see my previous post, “Eric Holder Views World Through Color-Coded Prism.”


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