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Obama Administration covering up incident
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      With the people speaking their thoughts on the current batch of elected officials by voting many of them out, I do not feel it is necessary to comment. However, there is a very egregious (and well hidden) set of circumstances that merit our attention.
      A non-partisan group called “Judicial Watch” has been following the mostly buried case of the Black Panther scandal as it affects the Obama administration – and We the People. In an interview with former Department of Justice (DOJ) attorney Christian Adams, who resigned over the illegal treatment of the case against the Black Panthers treatment of voters in Philadelphia. Using police style baton weapons, the New Black Panthers blocked access to polling stations, harassed voters and used racial epithets at voters.
      A special commission shows a high-ranking DOJ attorney, Thomas Perez, who testified before the special Justice Department hearing. In the hearing, Perez stated that there was simply a misunderstanding. This “misunderstanding” suggested that a “case of career people disagreeing with career people”. This testimony is totally false. There are122 documents, totaling over 600 pages that the Obama administration (Justice Department) is withholding from the public – in their entirety.
      The evidence, which has a FOIA (Freedom of information Act) that is demanding those pages be given to the public.    According to Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton, “This new evidence shows that Obama team lied when it said politics did not influence the dismissal of the Black Panther suit.”
      In plain English, the Obama administration have been covering up the multiple and egregious actions that were carried out by “The New Black Panther Party for Self Defense” (NBPP). It is my opinion that many of the withheld documents being held almost certainly shows that the documents show a very strong case between the NBPP and high political appointees in the Obama administration. This includes Deputy Attorney General David Ogden and the Associate Attorney General Thomas Perrlli – these are the second and third ranking officials in the Obama administration.
      As always, I try to provide links to corroborate the information. If you will go to “America Live” with Megan Kelly or go to the “Judicial Watch” web site for additional information, there is lots to see if you are willing to take some time to study those who are running. As always, check the information I provide to confirm the information. I try to be completely above board and hope you will find the letters I send in valid and honest. As always, thank you for reading and for the comments you give me as I work around Statesboro.
Tom Grovenstein

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