DOJ Voting rights chief fired. Prosecuted New Black Panthers

Main Justice.com   reports there's been an unceremonial  removal from office of the Civil Rights Division's Voting Rights Section chief, Christopher Coates. He signed off on the complaint against the Black Panthers and is presently under subpoena by the U.S. Civil Rights Commission which is investigating Attorny General Holder's decision to drop the case after it was won.Veteran Civil Rights Division attorney Christopher Coates is no longer chief of the Voting Section, according to the division's Web site. There was no official announcement of the personnel change in the long-troubled section, which most recently has been embroiled in the controversy over the New Black Panther Party voter intimidation case. Main Justice noticed the change on the Voting Section Web site.Taking over for Coates in an acting role is Chris Herren, a deputy chief of the section, according to the Web site.Alejandro Miyar, a spokesman for the Civil Rights Division, wasn't available for comment...(Read Full Post)

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