Panthergate: Coates Reveals Justice Department Bias

Christopher Coates, the Department of Justice lawyer who was head of the voting rights division, reveals just about everything having to do with the bias in the Justice Department against treating all races equally under the law.

Here is his full testimony before the United States Commission on Human Rights.

This is the background behind the dismissal of the voter intimidation case against the New Black Panther Party which the Department had already won, but which was dismissed on orders from the top levels of the Justice Department.

For full background on the crimes and the coverup follow these links:

Barack Obama Supporters take a page from Raila Odinga’s Playbook

Barack Obama: Racist in Chief – Updated 8/02/09

Naturally the media is not reporting this.

Big Government asks “Which Malik Shabazz visited the White House?”

More coverage of today’s proceedings at Gateway PunditHe also notes the Missouri Connection!

Michelle Malkin covered today’s events here.

Actually the Los Angeles Times has a short report.

More at HillBuzz.

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