More than a year after an FBI report indicated there was no evidence of racial bias in George Zimmerman's history, the Department of Justice is trolling for email tips on the former neighborhood watch volunteer as it investigates a possible federal civil rights case against him. DOJ has established a national 'Tip Line' and is soliciting any and all to submit their personal opinions, neighborhood gossip and more to substantiate that George Zimmerman somehow violated the civil rights of Trayvon Martin while he was in danger of being beaten to death.
Apparently Eric Holder, the supposed leader of our Department of Justice, has taken it upon himself, at the obvious direction of our President, to pursue legal action against a person who was declared innocent of all charges brought against him by a qualified jury after a trial conducted according to the laws of our existing legal system. Apparently justice isn't what it used to be!
Consider that during the Zimmerman trial, the DOJ dispatched, during March and April 2013, federal workers to Florida to organize anti- Zimmerman protest groups. A little-known DOJ unit called the CRS (Community Relations Service) deployed to Sanford, Fla. CRS did not engage in its stated mission of conducting "impartial mediation practices and conflict resolution," but instead engaged on the side of the anti-Zimmerman protesters, to organize and manage rallies against Zimmerman.
But never mind the decision of a legal jury operating under our existing law. Now we have Eric Holder, again agitating for civil insurrection at an NAACP Meeting in Florida. You have to really listen to his comments to fully understand what he intends to accomplish, with or without the consent of either the Congressional branch of our government or the American electorate.
I submit that Eric Holder's actions of continually advocating racial division and discord demonstrate that he is one of the worst racists in our country.
W. Richard Stover,