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Do you believe Christian Adams' accusation that the DOJ refuses to prosecute minorities?

Do you believe Christian Adams' accusation that the DOJ refuses to prosecute minorities? Topic: Case open case shut
June 16, 2019 / By Coleman
Question: http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=175817 New Black Panther Obama DOJ refused to prosecute: 'I hate white people – all of them!' "Christian Adams, a former DOJ attorney who quit his job after over the Obama administration's refusal to prosecute the Panthers, claims the administration has ordered the DOJ not to pursue voting-rights cases against black people. He said the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, which is investigating the dismissal, subpoenaed him and Coates, but their DOJ superiors ordered them not to testify – a violation of federal law. "According to Adams, Deputy Assistant Attorney General Julie Fernandez, an Obama appointee at the top of the department, announced at a policy meeting that "the voting section will not bring any other cases against blacks and other minorities." "
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Archie Archie | 10 days ago
You mean the Adams who is a long-time right-wing activist, who is known for filing an ethics complaint against Hugh Rodham that was subsequently dismissed, served as a Bush poll watcher in Florida 2004, and reportedly volunteered for a Republican group that trains lawyers to fight racially tinged battles over voting rights? That Adams? No, I tend to think he has a certain agenda.... http://www.mainjustice.com/2009/12/02/doj-attorney-fights-to-testify-about-black-panthers/ http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=newsarchive&sid=asehsMvigqmI
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Archie Originally Answered: Do you believe Christian Adams' accusation that the DOJ refuses to prosecute minorities?
You mean the Adams who is a long-time right-wing activist, who is known for filing an ethics complaint against Hugh Rodham that was subsequently dismissed, served as a Bush poll watcher in Florida 2004, and reportedly volunteered for a Republican group that trains lawyers to fight racially tinged battles over voting rights? That Adams? No, I tend to think he has a certain agenda.... http://www.mainjustice.com/2009/12/02/doj-attorney-fights-to-testify-about-black-panthers/ http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=newsarchive&sid=asehsMvigqmI

Archie Originally Answered: False accusation of pedophilia?
While pedophilia cases can be pretty hard to dispute, it's not as open and shut as these people made it look. There may be a lot of things wrong with our Criminal Justice system, but one fact that remains is that in order to be convicted in a court of law, the prosecuter has to prove to the jury beyond a reasonable doubt that you are guilty. Basically, the kid has to have a consistent and convincing story. If it's obvious he/she has been coached, ( ie their story isn't consistent, the facts change, the story changes, things don't make sense) or there's a history or some kind of tangible proof that your relative has lied or had problems with you in the past and is doing this just to get you in trouble, these are things a good law enforcement/defense team will look for. If you're really worried about it, go on the offensive. Have you ever had any opportunity to molest the child in question? For example, If you've never even been alone with the kid, it will be harder to say that you're a pedophile. You could also take the relative to civil court over slander charges. If he/she is going around saying this and you really are innocent, then you can always sue her/him for slander.
Archie Originally Answered: False accusation of pedophilia?
True. As long as the kid says you are, your pretty much damned. Just like if a girl accuses you of rape, or that you assaulted her, your damned.

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