Audio recording shows DoJ's gross interference in Zimmerman case
On Thursday, Judicial Watch released documents showing that a little known office with the DoJ was sent to Samford, FL to gin up outrage against George Zimmerman and pressure local authorities to put him on trial.
Yesterday, JW released an audio recording of a community meeting where a representative of the federal Department of Justice - a supposed neutral observer who is charged with seeking conflict resolution - advocated for action against "the various structures and the various systems that allow something like this to happen."
The legal watchdog Judicial Watch released an audio recording Thursday of a Department of Justice staffer urging Sanford, Fla., city officials and the minority advocacy group Dream Defenders to seek justice for Trayvon Martin, because "if a community perceives that there's something wrong in the black community, there's something wrong."
"CRS is an arm of the department that we call the Peacemakers," Thomas Battles, regional director of the DOJ's Community Relations Service, said at a meeting at the Shiloh Church on April 19, 2012. "We work with communities where there is real or perceived racial tensions."
Mr. Battles then introduced a member of the Dream Defenders.
"When Trayvon happened, for many of us, it was the proverbial straw that broke the camel's back," the man said. "We had grown up in a state and environment where race is a way of life ... We're not from Sanford, but what Sanford represented to us was the very real problems going around this state and this country. We wanted to figure out how could we stand in solidarity, and how could we make this about not just justice for Trayvon, but using this moment and using the opportunity to honor his memory, to honor his spirit by working to bring down the various structures and the various systems that allow something like this to happen."
Standing in "solidarity" with the African American community is more imporant than justice? Why not just change the name of DoJ to the "Department of Railroading"?
The findings, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said, "detail the extraordinary intervention by the Justice Department in the pressure campaign leading to the prosecution of George Zimmerman. My guess is that most Americans would rightly object to taxpayers paying government employees to help organize racially-charged demonstrations."
The media still hasn't jumped on this information. As I explained on Thursday, they won't. Documents, audio recordings - JW could get a sworn statement from Eric Holder admitting that the feds interferred in the investigation and prosecution of Zimmerman and they still wouldn't report it.
The media has been completely and thoroughly cowed by the racialists.