Racial Bias in Black Panther Case

Racial Bias in Black Panther Case

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waymoresblues

Crestwood, KY

#1 Jul 7, 2010
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
waymoresblues

Crestwood, KY

#2 Jul 7, 2010
The department abandoned the New Black Panther case last year. It stemmed from an incident on Election Day in 2008 in Philadelphia, where members of the party were videotaped in front of a polling place, dressed in military-style uniforms and allegedly hurling racial slurs while one brandished a night stick.

The Bush Justice Department brought the first case against three members of the group, accusing them in a civil complaint of violating the Voter Rights Act. The Obama administration initially pursued the case, winning a default judgment in federal court in April 2009 when the Black Panther members did not appear in court. But then the administration moved to dismiss the charges the following month after getting one of the New Black Panther members to agree to not carry a "deadly weapon" near a polling place until 2012.

In a statement Tuesday, a Justice spokesman said the civil rights division determined "the facts and the law did not support pursuing claims" against the two other defendants and denied Adams' allegations.

"The department makes enforcement decisions based on the merits, not the race, gender or ethnicity of any party involved. We are committed to comprehensive and vigorous enforcement of both the civil and criminal provisions of the federal laws that prohibit voter intimidation," the spokesman said.

The Civil Rights Commission, which subpoenaed Adams, has been probing the incident since last year. Adams said he ignored department directives not to testify and eventually quit after he heard Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez testify that there were concerns the Black Panther case was not supported by the facts.
waymoresblues

Crestwood, KY

#3 Jul 7, 2010
Adams has described the case as open-and-shut and said Tuesday that it was a "very low moment" to hear Perez make that claim.

But he described the department's hostility toward that and other cases involving black defendants as "pervasive." Adams cited hostility in the department toward a 2007 voting rights case against a black official in Mississippi who was accused of trying to intimidate voters. Adams said that when the Black Panther case came up, he heard officials in the department say it was "no big deal" and "media-generated" and point to "Fox News" as the source.

But as the investigation unfolded, he said he discovered "indications" that the Black Panther Party was doing the "same thing" to supporters of former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during the Democratic primary season in early 2008. He urged the commission to pursue testimony from other Justice officials to corroborate his story.

It's unclear how far the commission will get. The commissioners want to hear from Christopher Coates, the former chief of the Justice Department's voting section, but the commission claims the Justice Department is blocking Coates from testifying about why the case was dropped.

In a written statement last week, the department questioned the motives of Adams, now an attorney in Virginia and a blogger for Pajamas Media.

"It is not uncommon for attorneys with the department to have good faith disagreements about the appropriate course of action in a particular case, although it is regrettable when a former department attorney distorts the facts and makes baseless allegations to promote his or her agenda," the statement said.

Adams said Tuesday that his personal views played no part in his handling of the case. He also said he did not fight to testify before the commission but resigned after the department would not take action to quash the subpoena.
waymoresblues

Crestwood, KY

#4 Jul 7, 2010
But then the obama administration moved to dismiss the charges the following month after getting one of the New Black Panther members to agree to not carry a "deadly weapon" near a polling place until 2012.

wow WOW my god people 'how much more do you have to read to get the picture .
howbout that folks 'obama condones voter intimidation with a deadly weapon as long as its done in 2012 .UNNNNNNbelievable .

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#5 Jul 8, 2010
Republican blamed for letter telling Latinos they cannot vote
From Catherine Philp in Los Angeles
WHEN Benny Diaz opened the envelope that dropped through his door last week he suspected that it was yet more campaign junk mail in the frenzied elections run-up.

But when he opened it he had a nasty shock.“You are advised that if your residence in this country is illegal or if you are an immigrant, voting in a federal election is a crime that could result in jail time,” the letter said. It also cautioned that the Government had a computer system capable of tracking voter names — and that anti-immigrant groups across the country had access to the names.

After calling friends he discovered five others who had received the letter — all with Latino surnames and all legal immigrants and naturalised citizens who were entitled to vote. He also found out that no such computer system existed.

The letter, sent to 14,000 Latino registered voters across Orange County in California, and since traced back to a Republican congressional candidate, has kicked off a political storm, exposing ugly undercurrents of xenophobia and racism darkening US politics.

The candidate at the centre of the scandal is Tan Nguyen, an immigrant, who arrived in America aged 8 as Vietnamese boat people fled the Communist takeover. The letter bore the name of a local anti-immigration group but investigators called by Latino officials quickly traced it to his office, prompting angry protestations from his opponents and hasty statements of disassociation from his party colleagues.

The scandal is deeply embarrassing for the Republicans, who have tried hard to disassociate themselves from what critics call an embarrassing history of xenophobia and voter intimidation in the county. During the 1988 race, the local Republican Party was forced to settle a lawsuit after hiring uniformed guards to stand in Latino neighbourhoods with signs reading:“Non-Citizens Can’t Vote.”

Even after the payout, however, leaders still refused to admit wrongdoing. The county is home to several right-wing anti-immigration groups and also the founder of the Minutemen, a vigilante group that sends armed volunteers to patrol the Mexican border.

The row has sparked bad memories further afield, such as allegations, still unresolved, of voter intimidation among blacks in the crucial 2000 presidential battlefield of Florida.

That it appears to have been an immigrant who is responsible for trying to deny other immigrants their vote is, in the words of Mr Nguyen’s opponent,“the most disgusting and sad thing about it”. Loretta Sanchez, the Democratic incumbent, who was born in California to Mexican immigrants, said:“These communities have spent years trying to get naturalised immigrants to vote.”

Republican leaders in the county have called on Mr Nguyen to quit the race.

Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Governor of California, and himself under fire for private comments he allegedly made about Latino immigrants’ failure to assimilate, denounced the letter. Phil Angelides, his opponent, said the campaign was “the latest in a disgraceful pattern of efforts to intimidate Latino voters” by Republicans.

Mr Nguyen still denies knowledge of the campaign and blamed it on one of his staff, whom he dismissed. But his career looks all but over. He has certainly done his party no favours in an area where a third of voters are Latinos.

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/u...

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#6 Jul 8, 2010
Lawsuits were filed today in U.S. Federal District Court, charging New Mexico Republicans with criminal violations of the U.S. Voting Rights Act.

The lawsuits stem from a series of attacks on new, minority voters in Albuquerque--many of whom were assisted in registering to vote by ACORN--that began with a press conference on October 16, led by State Representative Justine Fox-Young, in which Fox-Young claimed to have solid proof that individuals had illegally voted in the June, 2008 Democratic primary election. At the press conference, the Republican Party broke state law by distributing the voters' personal information in its press packets.

The second attack came after ACORN visited 9 of the 10 smeared voters and proved them to be legitimate. On October 22, a private investigator visited at least 3 of the voters, leaving them shaken, one in tears.

The Associated Press reported the daughter of one voter indicated that the intimidating tactics had worked on her mother. ""She said that if she knew she was going to have to go through all this, she wouldn't have voted," said Guadalupe Bojorquez.

According to the VRA, it is a criminal offense to willfully intimidate or interfere with a person attempting to vote or to conspire to intimidate someone trying to vote. In ACORN's conversations with all of the voters visited by the investigator, all expressed fear at his aggressive, angry, and intrusive behavior.

"These are all minority voters. Many of them are young, and one is a new citizen," said ACORN leader Dana Gallegos. "ACORN has worked hard to get these types of new voters involved in the democratic process. We will not tolerate attempts by the Republican Party to suppress the Hispanic vote in New Mexico."

The investigator told one voter that his name was Al Romero and that he works for Pat Rogers, a Republican Party attorney who was also involved in the October 16 smears.

ACORN helped 80,000 New Mexicans register to vote this year.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2008/10/27/new-...

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#7 Jul 8, 2010
TRENTON, N.J.— A federal judge in New Jersey has denied a request by the Republican National Committee to dissolve a 27-year-old court order aimed at preventing intimidation of minority voters.

In his ruling Tuesday in Newark, U.S. District Judge Dickinson Debevoise said voter intimidation remains a threat and preventing it outweighs the potential danger of voter fraud.

But the judge did modify the order, loosening some of the restrictions on Republican activities, and set a 2017 date for its expiration.

The order resulted from a lawsuit filed in New Jersey in 1981, but applies nationwide.

Democrats claimed a Republican "ballot security" program in minority neighborhoods violated the federal Voting Rights Act. The program included using mailed sample ballots returned as undeliverable to compile lists of voters to be challenged at the polls and stationing off-duty police and sheriff's officers near polling places.

The Republican National Committee chose to settle the 1981 suit by entering into the consent decree in November 1982.

The order was modified in 1987 to require that the Republicans get court approval before engaging in ballot security efforts, which were defined as any efforts to prevent or remedy voter fraud.

In seeking to end the order, Republicans argued that changes in state and federal election laws have significantly increased the danger of voter fraud and that the consent decree was hampering its efforts to combat it. The Democratic National Committee countered that the Republicans were exaggerating the threat.

In his 79-page ruling, Debevoise said that "neither changed factual circumstances nor developments in state and federal election laws justify vacating the Consent Decree, but modification is required."

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/12/02/repu...

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#8 Jul 8, 2010
Conservative Group Intimidating Voters in Minnesota?
By Zachary Roth - October 30, 2008, 11:05AM

Here's what could be the latest Republican voter intimidation scheme:

Larry Johnson of St. Paul, Minnesota, says that he received a phone call from a woman who claimed to be from the secretary of state's office working on voter fraud, reports the Associated Press. The woman asked about his voting record, said Johnson.

In a sworn affidavit, Johnson said the woman then told him she was working with Jeff Davis, who runs a socially conservative group, Minnesota Majority, that has been stoking fears of voter fraud lately.

Mark Ritchie, the state's Democratic secretary of state, said he has asked county and federal prosecutors to look into the call as possible voter intimidation.

In a statement posted on Minnesota Majority's website, Davis denied the claims of intimidation, but admitted:

http://tpmmuckraker.talkingpointsmemo.com/200...

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#9 Jul 8, 2010
Oct 29, 2004 | The conservatives who now rule the Republican Party trace their political and ideological roots back 40 years to the Goldwater campaign, which they recall as a doomed but noble and prophetic crusade. As the radical right's chosen heir seeks his second presidential term, events also remind us of their legacy's most ugly aspect: the Republican Party's continuing determination to intimidate and disenfranchise voters, especially African-Americans and Latinos.

The living symbol of that tradition is William Rehnquist, whose serious illness underlines the judicial stakes of this election. The chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court once made his mark as a young Republican lawyer in Arizona by challenging black and Hispanic voters. Today that urge to suppress democratic participation is represented by Nathan Sproul, another Arizona Republican whose name has become synonymous this year with schemes to frustrate voter registration.

The tricks allegedly employed by Sproul and his ilk are modern and slick rather than brutal, but the impulse is precisely the same. And in cities and states across the country, the cruder racist techniques are being revived again. In Florida, as Bob Herbert reported in the New York Times last summer, state officials sent armed officers into certain Orlando neighborhoods to scare elderly black registrants. In Kentucky, Nevada, South Carolina, Pennsylvania and Ohio, Republicans have planned to challenge voters en masse in minority neighborhoods. That return to the methods of the bad old days is the Republican response to the upsurge in minority registration -- and the enormous threat that Republican strategists perceive in those new voters. Last week, Republican pollster Tony Fabrizio summarized his findings in a report on the battleground states by noting that "minority turnout is a wildcard in this race and represents a huge upside for Senator Kerry and a considerable challenge for the President's campaign."

So despite all the blood and toil expended to expand American democracy over the past four decades, the right to vote and to be counted is still unfinished business for both sides. Barry Goldwater was soundly defeated, and he changed considerably before he died -- but his campaign's opposition to civil rights and voting rights persists like a chronic disease among those who have claimed his mantle. As Rutgers law professor Sherry Colb explains in this important FindLaw essay, "Targeting African American voters is as racist as it looks."

http://dir.salon.com/story/opinion/conason/20...

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#10 Jul 8, 2010
Home › Media center › Publications › The Long Shadow of Jim Crow: Voter Suppression in America
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The Long Shadow of Jim Crow: Voter Suppression in America
A report by People for the American Way Foundation and NAACP
Introduction
In a nation where children are taught in grade school that every citizen has the right to vote, it would be comforting to think that the last vestiges of voter intimidation, oppression and suppression were swept away by the passage and subsequent enforcement of the historic Voting Rights Act of 1965. It would be good to know that voters are no longer turned away from the polls based on their race, never knowingly misdirected, misinformed, deceived or threatened.
Unfortunately, it would be a grave mistake to believe it.
In every national American election since Reconstruction, every election since the Voting Rights Act passed in 1965, voters particularly African American voters and other minorities have faced calculated and determined efforts at intimidation and suppression. The bloody days of violence and retribution following the Civil War and Reconstruction are gone. The poll taxes, literacy tests and physical violence of the Jim Crow era have disappeared. Today, more subtle, cynical and creative tactics have taken their place.
Race-Based Targeting
Here are a few examples of recent incidents in which groups of voters have been singled out on the basis of race.
* Most recently, controversy has erupted over the use in the Orlando area of armed, plainclothes officers from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) to question elderly black voters in their homes. The incidents were part of a state investigation of voting irregularities in the city's March 2003 mayoral election. Critics have charged that the tactics used by the FDLE have intimidated black voters, which could suppress their turnout in this year’s elections. Six members of Congress recently called on Attorney General John Ashcroft to investigate potential civil rights violations in the matter.
* This year in Florida, the state ordered the implementation of a “potential felon” purge list to remove voters from the rolls, in a disturbing echo of the infamous 2000 purge, which removed thousands of eligible voters, primarily African-Americans, from the rolls. The state abandoned the plan after news media investigations revealed that the 2004 list also included thousands of people who were eligible to vote, and heavily targeted African-Americans while virtually ignoring Hispanic voters.
* This summer, Michigan state Rep. John Pappageorge (R-Troy) was quoted in the Detroit Free Press as saying,“If we do not suppress the Detroit vote, we're going to have a tough time in this election.” African Americans comprise 83% of Detroit’s population.
* In South Dakota’s June 2004 primary, Native American voters were prevented from voting after they were challenged to provide photo IDs, which they were not required to present under state or federal law.
* In Kentucky in July 2004, Black Republican officials joined to ask their State GOP party chairman to renounce plans to place “vote challengers” in African-American precincts during the coming elections.
* Earlier this year in Texas, a local district attorney claimed that students at a majority black college were not eligible to vote in the county where the school is located. It happened in Waller County the same county where 26 years earlier, a federal court order was required to prevent discrimination against the students.
* In 2003 in Philadelphia, voters in African American areas were systematically challenged by men carrying clipboards, driving a fleet of some 300 sedans with magnetic signs designed to look like law enforcement insignia.

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#11 Jul 8, 2010
* In 2003 in Philadelphia, voters in African American areas were systematically challenged by men carrying clipboards, driving a fleet of some 300 sedans with magnetic signs designed to look like law enforcement insignia.
* In 2002 in Louisiana, flyers were distributed in African American communities telling voters they could go to the polls on Tuesday, December 10th three days after a Senate runoff election was actually held.
* In 1998 in South Carolina, a state representative mailed 3,000 brochures to African American neighborhoods, claiming that law enforcement agents would be “working” the election, and warning voters that “this election is not worth going to jail.”

Recent Strategies

As this report details, voter intimidation and suppression is not a problem limited to the southern United States. It takes place from California to New York, Texas to Illinois. It is not the province of a single political party, although patterns of intimidation have changed as the party allegiances of minority communities have changed over the years.

In recent years, many minority communities have tended to align with the Democratic Party. Over the past two decades, the Republican Party has launched a series of “ballot security” and “voter integrity” initiatives which have targeted minority communities. At least three times, these initiatives were successfully challenged in federal courts as illegal attempts to suppress voter participation based on race.

The first was a 1981 case in New Jersey which protested the use of armed guards to challenge Hispanic and African-American voters, and exposed a scheme to disqualify voters using mass mailings of outdated voter lists. The case resulted in a consent decree prohibiting efforts to target voters by race.

Six years later, similar “ballot security” efforts were launched against minority voters in Louisiana, Georgia, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Indiana. Republican National Committee documents said the Louisiana program alone would “eliminate at least 60- 80,000 folks from the rolls,” again drawing a court settlement.

And just three years later in North Carolina, the state Republican Party, the Helms for Senate Committee and others sent postcards to 125,000 voters, 97 percent of whom were African American, giving them false information about voter eligibility and warning of criminal penalties for voter fraud again resulting in a decree against the use of race to target voters.

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#12 Jul 8, 2010
waymoresblues wrote:
But then the obama administration moved to dismiss the charges the following month after getting one of the New Black Panther members to agree to not carry a "deadly weapon" near a polling place until 2012.
wow WOW my god people 'how much more do you have to read to get the picture .
howbout that folks 'obama condones voter intimidation with a deadly weapon as long as its done in 2012 .UNNNNNNbelievable .
Google "Republican Voter Intimidation" and you will see thousands of cases from 1965 - 2008 regarding minorities

And guess what Waysmorefool, not one of them was prosecuted. Not One!!! So please tell us all why should these two black guys be held to a different standard? That's if they even commited voter intimidation, after all what's your proof, hear say?
Chylloh

Clarksville, TN

#13 Jul 8, 2010
Ways, did you see the New Black Panther Party, the same ones who did the voter intimidation, mimicing off of how ACORN was doing with their voter fraud?

They viewed this racist, dumb-black guy spewing racism and death threats about "lets kill all of the white babies, kill the crackers, I hate every last one of them"?

Then the head of the New Black Panther Party gets on CNN and says "FOX news is racist for reporting about our group and the voter intimidation, they are nothing but racist, right-wingers, Tea Party, Conservatives (and my favorite excuse)....Confederates". lol, this man is supposed to be a college graduate but you would never know by listening to him rant.

Even though the video is about the blacks spewing hatred, racism and death threats. I guess they think this "victims R Blacks" and "white guilt" is still playing at the nearest movie house.

The next civil war is pending because this is what the New Black Panther Party has announced.

Arm yourself and watch your back.
debby

Plano, TX

#14 Jul 8, 2010
waymoresblues wrote:
The department abandoned the New Black Panther case last year. It stemmed from an incident on Election Day in 2008 in Philadelphia, where members of the party were videotaped in front of a polling place, dressed in military-style uniforms and allegedly hurling racial slurs while one brandished a night stick.
The Bush Justice Department brought the first case against three members of the group, accusing them in a civil complaint of violating the Voter Rights Act. The Obama administration initially pursued the case, winning a default judgment in federal court in April 2009 when the Black Panther members did not appear in court. But then the administration moved to dismiss the charges the following month after getting one of the New Black Panther members to agree to not carry a "deadly weapon" near a polling place until 2012.
In a statement Tuesday, a Justice spokesman said the civil rights division determined "the facts and the law did not support pursuing claims" against the two other defendants and denied Adams' allegations.
"The department makes enforcement decisions based on the merits, not the race, gender or ethnicity of any party involved. We are committed to comprehensive and vigorous enforcement of both the civil and criminal provisions of the federal laws that prohibit voter intimidation," the spokesman said.
The Civil Rights Commission, which subpoenaed Adams, has been probing the incident since last year. Adams said he ignored department directives not to testify and eventually quit after he heard Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez testify that there were concerns the Black Panther case was not supported by the facts.
they should have taken the night stick and stuck it up his ass.
debby

Plano, TX

#15 Jul 8, 2010
the black panthers ass that is. they are skanky cowards that attack the weaker. they need to attack those that will knock the shit out of them. stop attacking campus kids and those who are not familiar with their kind.
debby

Plano, TX

#16 Jul 8, 2010
Chylloh wrote:
Ways, did you see the New Black Panther Party, the same ones who did the voter intimidation, mimicing off of how ACORN was doing with their voter fraud?
They viewed this racist, dumb-black guy spewing racism and death threats about "lets kill all of the white babies, kill the crackers, I hate every last one of them"?
Then the head of the New Black Panther Party gets on CNN and says "FOX news is racist for reporting about our group and the voter intimidation, they are nothing but racist, right-wingers, Tea Party, Conservatives (and my favorite excuse)....Confederates". lol, this man is supposed to be a college graduate but you would never know by listening to him rant.
Even though the video is about the blacks spewing hatred, racism and death threats. I guess they think this "victims R Blacks" and "white guilt" is still playing at the nearest movie house.
The next civil war is pending because this is what the New Black Panther Party has announced.
Arm yourself and watch your back.
bring it!
waymoresblues

Crestwood, KY

#18 Jul 8, 2010
Chylloh wrote:
Ways, did you see the New Black Panther Party, the same ones who did the voter intimidation, mimicing off of how ACORN was doing with their voter fraud?
They viewed this racist, dumb-black guy spewing racism and death threats about "lets kill all of the white babies, kill the crackers, I hate every last one of them"?
Then the head of the New Black Panther Party gets on CNN and says "FOX news is racist for reporting about our group and the voter intimidation, they are nothing but racist, right-wingers, Tea Party, Conservatives (and my favorite excuse)....Confederates". lol, this man is supposed to be a college graduate but you would never know by listening to him rant.
Even though the video is about the blacks spewing hatred, racism and death threats. I guess they think this "victims R Blacks" and "white guilt" is still playing at the nearest movie house.
The next civil war is pending because this is what the New Black Panther Party has announced.
Arm yourself and watch your back.
i did see it , and mandy was talking about this on her show this morning . it is shocking that you turn on every single news channel and all you hear about all fckn day is lindsay lohan and labron james 'WHO THE HELL GIVES FCK ' but yet you never hear about stuff such as this AND everything else obama , its just sickning that most important things about obama continue to get burried .this story here should be getting continous 24 hr coverage on every news outlet .NOT LINDSAY LOHAN
waymoresblues

Crestwood, KY

#19 Jul 8, 2010
debby wrote:
the black panthers ass that is. they are skanky cowards that attack the weaker. they need to attack those that will knock the shit out of them. stop attacking campus kids and those who are not familiar with their kind.
i agree . if this were a white organization doing this 'my god it would get around the clock coverage on every news channel .

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#20 Jul 8, 2010
waymoresblues wrote:
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i agree . if this were a white organization doing this 'my god it would get around the clock coverage on every news channel .
Whites did the exact same thing only on a larger scale in 2008, 2004, 2000!! Guess what Waysmorefool no one went to jail!!
waymoresblues

Crestwood, KY

#21 Jul 9, 2010
Internet Police wrote:
<quoted text>
Whites did the exact same thing only on a larger scale in 2008, 2004, 2000!! Guess what Waysmorefool no one went to jail!!
and the whine master is at it again .

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