Friday, July 12, 2013

DOJ's Banana Republic Creds

By Ilana Mercer

Eric Holder’s Department of Justice’s banana-republic bona fides are solid. But if true, a new scandal bolsters these “credentials” considerably.

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton alleges that “the little-known [DOJ] agency, the Community Relations Service,” helped to organize “marches, demonstrations and rallies related to the shooting and death of an African-American teen by a neighborhood watch captain.”
That description could only apply to the Trayvon Martin killing, for which Zimmerman is currently on trial. The heated protests and national media attention helped build the pressure last year for Zimmeran’s arrest — he was not initially charged after claiming self-defense.
DOJ spokesperson Dena Iverson framed her department’s political agitation in Doublespeak:
“The Community Relations Service was in Sanford, Florida fulfilling their mandated mission.”
The Blaze investigates the story (because Big Media won’t).

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