Sunday, September 26, 2010

Which Malik Shabazz Visited White House in July 2009, Mr. President?

Breitbart asks about Malik Shabazz on the Big Goverment blog (someone by the same name was involved in the New Black Panther voter intimidation case):

Coates’ testimony calls into question the Justice Department’s earlier denials that the handling of the New Black Panther case was politically motivated.  And their refusal to allow attorneys at Justice to testify under oath about this case recalls the same attitude toward transparency exemplified by the White House visitor’s log policy:  “We didn’t drop the charges against the Black Panthers because of politics, TRUST US.”
Continuing to say you’re transparent does not mean you are transparent.
The idea that an individual named Malik Shabazz had a private meeting in the White House residence in July 2009 is highly relevant because throughout July, Congressmen Frank Wolf (R-VA) and Lamar Smith (R-TX) were beginning to ask questions about the dropped charges against the NBPP. So was the United States Commission on Civil Rights.

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