Video of black panthers intimidating voters

12-Mar-2016 05:35

His accusations turn the tables on criticism, in inspector general reports and elsewhere, that the Justice Department under Bush allowed politics to influence hiring and other decisions.Department spokeswoman Tracy Schmaler denied Adams's allegations.Holder has rejected claims that his department considered the race of white alleged victims of voter intimidation in dropping the charges.The case and its handling by the Department of Justice is currently being investigated by the United States Commission on Civil Rights.But he said his men will not provoke confrontation, but rather "watch for intimidation, videotape it, if possible, and report it to the proper authorities.” Watch the results pour in like a pro with Fox News.com's Election Command Center Zack Stalberg, president and CEO of the Committee of Seventy, a Philadelphia government watchdog group, said his group had received no complaints as of midday Tuesday regarding the presence of New Black Panther Party officials at polling stations.

The matter caught the attention of some Republican lawmakers, who held up the confirmation of President Obama's assistant attorney general for civil rights for months asking for a congressional review of the case.

The controversy will continue to play out before the Commission on Civil Rights, which plans to issue a report in September.

Members of the commission, who have heard hours of testimony, are divided on the merits of the case.

Follow the 2012 Pennsylvania state race on Fox One voter who didn't mind Jackson's presence was Robin Spriggs, 50. "It doesn't matter the color, the creed or anything like that.

They protect everyone." There were also reports of New Black Panther Party members at polling sites in Cleveland, Ohio, where they have also maintained a presence at early voting sites.

The matter caught the attention of some Republican lawmakers, who held up the confirmation of President Obama's assistant attorney general for civil rights for months asking for a congressional review of the case.

The controversy will continue to play out before the Commission on Civil Rights, which plans to issue a report in September.

Members of the commission, who have heard hours of testimony, are divided on the merits of the case.

Follow the 2012 Pennsylvania state race on Fox One voter who didn't mind Jackson's presence was Robin Spriggs, 50. "It doesn't matter the color, the creed or anything like that.

They protect everyone." There were also reports of New Black Panther Party members at polling sites in Cleveland, Ohio, where they have also maintained a presence at early voting sites.

Shabazz said in September that the New Black Panthers, who have called for the killing of whites and Jews, might monitor polling places again in 2012.