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This was a tiny incident in a single polling place about which there was not proof of a single intimidated voter.
(2) Jonathan thought the decision to narrow the injunction after obtaining the default judgment did not make sense, but the OPR gives plausible reasons for why DOJ leadership did so—reasons about the scope of injunctions and First amendment rights which seem very strong to me as a teacher of Remedies.
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Is the e-mail true that says Attorney General Eric Holder backed off pursuing a slam-dunk case against the New Black Panther Party on voter intimidation charges because the Obama administration does not want to prosecute minorities for civil rights violations?
This was the contention of anchor Bill O’Reilly and several of his colleagues at Fox News.
(3) Whether we should call DOJ’s subsequent actions a “cover-up” as Jonathan says or not, DOJ certainly did a very poor job explaining its actions.
And it is only from the OPR report that one can get a clear sense as to the bona fide dispute among those at DOJ over how to handle the case.
A You Tube video at shows the scene outside the polling place.