Black panthers intimidating voters video
On September 9, the DOJ’s ethics watchdog, the Office of Professional Responsibility, opened an inquiry into the department’s decision not to pursue charges against several men accused of voter intimidation at a Philadelphia polling place on Election Day last November.The Associated Press reported: The department filed a civil complaint in January against three men, alleging two of them intimidated voters on Nov.My job was to find and document voting irregularities.
It was like, if you wanted to find him, he’d be in a trench coat on the National Mall,” one former member of the organization told Politico.Fox News confirmed he is a designated poll watcher.“No comment,” Jackson said when approached by a reporter at 1221 Fairmount Ave., in the city’s 14th Ward, where he lurked on Election Day in 2008.20 for providing false information while buying guns at Cabela’s in a suburban area of Missouri, federal prosecutors said.Federal prosecutors also said the two bought what they believed to be a pipe bomb from undercover officers and were going to blow up the iconic Gateway Arch, media previously reported.
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Follow the 2012 Pennsylvania state race on Fox One voter who didn't mind Jackson's presence was Robin Spriggs, 50. "It doesn't matter the color, the creed or anything like that.