A.G. Holder, Remember Ike Brown
Due to the use of Ike Brown's case of voter intimidation against whites in a small county in Mississippi, it's imperative that investigations into the 2000 and 2004 issues of massive voter disenfranchisement commence.
Prosecution of black voter discrimination pales beside white discrimination
The Dept. of Justice has prosecuted the African-American chair of a Democratic unit in Noxubee Cnty, MS, for voter intimidation against whites. It's the first verdict of it's kind. But wait? What about two stolen presidential elections where black voters were disenfranchised? The DoJ has awful sense of scale.