Friday, July 16, 2010

Kristen clarke naacp lawyer has direct ties to the black panthers


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Naacp direct tie to new black panther party which is just as racist as the original

(This type of story below is why the obama administration wants to tax and regulate all media outlets including the internet. The naacp and the black panthers are both racist organizations. Its a case of the kettle calling the pot 'black" meaning both are racist organizations.) Story Reports

Kristen clarke naacp lawyer has direct ties to the black panthers.

naacp direct tie to black panthers

Quin Hillyer
Washington Times

In the past 24 hours, more than a few pundits and writers have noted that the NAACP resolution accusing Tea Partiers of racism is hard to swallow when the NAACP seems unconcerned with the New Black Panther voting intimidation case. Their points would be valid by analogy only. Their points are even more valid, though, because of a direct, rather than just analagous, tie between the NAACP and the Panther case.

It was first reported here at the Washington Times that "Kristen Clarke, director of political participation at the NAACP Legal Defense Fund in Washington, however, confirmed to The Times that she talked about the case with lawyers at the Justice Department and shared copies of the complaint with several persons. She said, however, her organization was 'not involved in the decision to dismiss the civil complaint.'"

(The naacp has admitted lobbying for the black panthers. Yet the naacp accuses people in the tea party movement of being racist. Its just another case of the naacp playing the race card to divert attention and gain support for their organization at the cost of playing their fellow comrades for fools. Their point is just because a tea party patriot disagrees with barack obama, a "black man", he or she must be a racist. This rhetoric is in itself racist rhetoric from a well known racist organization the naacp. This is not to say that everyone who belongs to the naacp is racist. If I said that, I would be doing the same thing the racist naacp has done.) Story Reports

Ms. Clarke testified to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights a few months back that that account was wrong. But J. Christian Adams, the main lawyer who built the case against the Black Panthers, contradicted her when he testified to the commission on July 6.

Here is the exchange between Mr. Adams and commission general counsel David Blackwood:

MR. BLACKWOOD: During the decision making process about the Panther case, did you hear that anyone at the Department was consulting with any outside groups such as the NAACP Legal Defense Fund?

MR. ADAMS: Well, I did, but we were also consulting with outside groups. We visited the Southern Poverty Law Center. We visited the Anti-Defamation League and would have probably hired them as an expert in this case if it had gone forward. Because of course the Black Panthers, they're a militant, anti-Semitic group. They're not just black nationalists. They hate Jews. And the ADL has an extensive database on this organization.

MR. BLACKWOOD: But the -- Your communications with the ADL and the Southern Poverty Law Center I assume were related to the substance of the case.

MR. ADAMS: That's correct.

MR. BLACKWOOD: Do you know whether anybody was consulting as to whether to proceed or the merits of the case with the NAACP Legal Defense Fund?

MR. ADAMS: Well, listen. This is not firsthand. But I was told by section management that NAACP members or staffers were talking with the Voting section attorney in March of 2009 and asking, "When is this case going to get dismissed" which, of course, is interesting to hear for the first time that someone's even thinking about dismissing the case that you're in the middle of building. And that was -- It seemed strange. But it didn't really give me much pause other than to think that's a really strange request.

(This was not a "strange" request coming from a racist organization like the naacp. It was a request to kill the investigation because black racists support fellow black racists) Story Reports

MR. BLACKWOOD: Well, all press reports indicated a conversation between Kristen Clark of the Legal Defense Fund and a Laura Coates of the Department. Who is Laura Coates?

MR. ADAMS: She is a line attorney in the Voting section, no relation to Christopher Coates.

MR. BLACKWOOD: And according to the press reports Laura Coates reported this contact, this conversation, with Kristen Clark of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund "to her superiors." Do you know whether that occurred?

MR. ADAMS: I do. And if Mr. Coates were able to comply with his subpoena and testify under oath I'm quite confident that he would be able to share the full details of those communications as conveyed to him.

MR. BLACKWOOD: But you're not in the position to do that.

MR. ADAMS: Other than they existed and you accurately -- and that I characterized them as a request as to when the case was going to be dismissed as conveyed to me by Mr. Coates.

Mr. Coates was the top attorney directly involved in building the case. After he was subpoenaed by the commission, the Justice Department summarily transferred him to South Carolina, which just so happens to be outside the commission's statutory subpoena range. The department has repeatedly refused to compy with or enforce the commission's subpoenas, even though federal law mandates that all federal agencies shall cooperate with the commission.

(This is evidence of a criminal offense by people in the justice dept under the direction of barack obama, a known racist. Don't just gloss over the fact that the "justice brothers" in the justice dept have transferred Mr Coates outside of the commission's statutory subpoena range. Obama is in charge of a THUGOCRACY!) Story Reports

Anyway, if, as has been believably alleged, the NAACP attorney was lobbying or actively hinting to the new Obama appointees or their "friendlies" in the "career" ranks of DoJ that DoJ should drop the Black Panther case, it makes the NAACP's charges of racism against Tea Partiers even more tendentious.

(This is more evidence of obama administration racisim in the form of dropping all charges against racists who would prevent Americans from voting. The charges were dropped just because they were black. This is obama racism along with the naacp org and the black panthers. They are saying they want to kill me just because I am white. This is only a small racist minority who would do this. Nut cases. Most black people I believe know what the new black panthers are. Common sense tells you to be prepared for nut jobs like these crazy black panthers and others who support them. I am prepared, are you?) Story Reports

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