The Way Holder Is Letting These 2 Black Panther Would-Be Terrorists Off The Hook Is Insane


Recall back in 2008, during the voting that led to Obama’s election, how the New Black Panther Party and two of its members were charged with voter intimidation for their conduct outside a polling station in Philadelphia?

There was even video showing the Panthers, King Samir Shabazz and Jerry Jackson, clad in black and brandishing what appeared to be a club, scowling at people as they entered the voting place.

In a highly controversial move that outraged many concerned with voter intimidation and potential fraud, the Department of Justice later narrowed the charges against Shabazz and dismissed the charges against the New Black Panther Party and Jackson.

Now, in an action reminiscent of what it did some six years ago, Holder’s DOJ appears to be going easy on two members of the New Black Panther Party who allegedly plotted to blow up the St. Louis Gateway Arch and carry out political assassinations…all in the name of protesting the Ferguson shooting and grand jury decision.

As Western Journalism told you last week, an undercover police operation in St. Louis busted the pair who:

reportedly planned to blow up the city’s iconic Gateway Arch and kill two prominent figures in the Michael Brown shooting case in Ferguson, which has sparked protests nationwide.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Wednesday that Brandon Orlando Baldwin and Olajuwon Ali Davis were indicted last week on federal weapons charges but authorities expect more charges to be filed against the duo relating to the alleged plot.

According to the Washington Free Beacon, the two Black Panther suspects are apparently not being hit with federal terrorism charges, as might be considered appropriate in the case.

The communist and racist New Black Panther Party plotted to bomb St. Louis’ Gateway Arch and assassinate local law enforcement officials, but the Justice Department so far has limited its prosecution of the group to an indictment of two members on minor gun charges.

The soft treatment for activities that normally would have brought federal terrorism charges appears to be part of efforts by Attorney General Eric Holder and the Justice Department to “go soft” on the racist group, according to former Justice official J. Christian Adams.

J. Christian Adams has long been a critic of Holder’s DOJ for the stark appearance of favoritism it has shown toward the New Black Panthers and its radical members. Via

Adams’ 2011 book, “Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department,” includes a photograph of then presidential candidate Barack Obama marching in Selma, Alabama, with members of the New Black Panther Party in March 2007.

Since the Justice Department stepped into the investigation, the St. Louis Police Department has reportedly withheld comment on the case.

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People Are Supporting Darren Wilson In An Incredible Way That Will Drive Race Baiters Crazy

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Online crowdfunding is proving to be both a comfort and a source of substantial funds for Darren Wilson.

After resigning from the Ferguson, Missouri, police force without severance pay, Wilson apparently has no job prospects; and he still faces all sorts of daunting challenges — both legal and safety-related — despite not being indicted by the grand jury in the August death of Michael Brown.

But Darren Wilson and his new wife will reportedly be receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars from online donation efforts organized by an anonymous supporter. In fact, according to a post on, the amount of money pouring in from crowdfunding could soon exceed $1 million.

The woman who founded the movement to support Darren Wilson has spoken out and revealed that the Ferguson police officer could have a $1 million war chest.

The supporter said that she knew of at least $500,000 from two donation funds set up in his name but that was a ‘conservative estimate’ – and the total could be seven figures.

Shortly after then-officer Wilson shot and killed Michael Brown in a confrontation on a residential Ferguson street, other crowdfunding sites were launched that reportedly raised a good deal of money for Wilson before the sites were shut down as violent protests over the killing intensified.

It’s likely that Darren Wilson will need whatever money can be raised on his behalf for more than everyday living expenses. Not only is Eric Holder’s Justice Department continuing its investigation into whether civil rights charges will be filed against the former Ferguson cop, but the parents of Michael Brown have indicated they may sue Wilson in civil court.

The effort to secure online donations for Darren Wilson is not the only crowdfunding initiative related to the Ferguson shooting and the resulting unrest, which included well documented vandalism, looting, and arson.

A downtown Ferguson bakery, Natalie’s Cakes and More, which was badly damaged during the rioting, has reportedly received over a quarter-of-a-million dollars in donations from hundreds of supporters.

Plus, there’s an online effort to raise money for an independent film about Ferguson and race relations in America. With a crowdfunding site set up at, the project is billed as a “response to the growing problem of racial disparity due to the ongoing dehumanization of black men.”

Currently, the effort to crowdfund “American Race” has not been nearly as successful as either the Darren Wilson donation initiative or the bakery project. Supporters wanting to see the film made have pledged only about $6500 — a quarter of its $25,000 goal.


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Watch: What Just Happened In Congress Takes Ferguson Madness To A Whole New Level

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It’s been more than a week since the grand jury in St. Louis County, Missouri said that police officer Darren Wilson should face no criminal charges, that his fatal shooting of Michael Brown was justified, that Wilson did not act improperly in the line of duty.

But the protests, the passions and the posturing over the Ferguson shooting and its aftermath have not subsided. In fact, in some respects, feelings about Ferguson and the “hands up, don’t shoot” theme adopted by protestors and those supporting them have greatly intensified.

From the White House to the Congress to the cities and streets of America, the heat over Ferguson and tensions over race in America are being turned up by those who, it appears, are seeking to exploit the “crisis of confidence” in the fairness of law enforcement.

Civil rights activist/agitator Jesse Jackson is now traveling the country firing up angry crowds with provocative rhetoric. As reported on, Jackson went so far as to say this in Portland, Oregon about the grand jury that found no cause to indict officer Wilson:

“The fact is, for three and a half months, this was no jury of substance,” Jackson said during his speech according to OregonLive. “No jury of integrity. No real America. This was a hangman’s noose,” Jackson said to the crowd.

While he didn’t use inflammatory words like “hangman’s noose” to attack the integrity of the American justice system, Attorney General Eric Holder was also on the road Monday speaking to impassioned crowds.

In a speech in Atlanta at historic Ebenezer Baptist Church, when he was interrupted by Ferguson protestors, Holder showed sympathy and support for their feelings and their efforts.

While he reportedly didn’t try to correct any misconceptions or misgivings about the Ferguson grand jury’s findings of fact, the head of the Justice Department told the cheering audience that he will take significant action in the coming days with regard to federal policing guidelines, as CNN notes:

In the speech, Holder also said he plans to announce “rigorous new standards” for federal law enforcement “to help end racial profiling, once and for all.”

And in Washington, D.C., Ferguson fallout continues to be felt and ill feelings toward police fomented.

Not only did President Obama host a series of White House meetings Monday on race relations and community policing, but on the floor of Congress, members of the Congressional Black Caucus focused on Ferguson and the “hands up, don’t shoot” narrative that the grand jury thoroughly discounted in its final report.

You can watch what happened in the House of Representatives by clicking on the video above.


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Holder Reveals Plan To Stop Racial Profiling

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U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder recently spoke at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, about the unveiling of Justice Department plans to end racial profiling.

Holder traveled to Atlanta in the first of a series of regional meetings around the country with community leaders and law enforcement. Barack Obama asked him to hold such meetings in the wake of the Ferguson decision.

Holder said:

In the coming days, I will announce updated Justice Department guidance regarding profiling by federal law enforcement. This will institute rigorous new standards — and robust safeguards — to help end racial profiling, once and for all.  This new guidance will codify our commitment to the very highest standards of fair and effective policing.

His meeting in Atlanta consisted of a round-table discussion with law enforcement and community leaders, followed by a public interfaith service and community forum.

President Obama made a request on Monday to federal agencies to ensure that the US is not building a “militarized culture” with its police forces. He also wants more police officers to be equpped with cameras. The spending on cameras comes as part of a $263 million package to help police improve community relations.

Holder has called civil rights a cornerstone of his time at the Justice Department and has advocated less harsh treatment for non-violent drug offenders.

He has discussed the importance of easing tensions between police departments and minority communities. The Justice Department has investigated roughly twenty “flawed” police agencies-including Ferguson- in the past five years.

What do you think? Will Holder’s plans to stop racial profiling stop injustice against minority communities? Or will they turn a blind eye toward crimes being committed by minorities?


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What Was Just Revealed About The Oklahoma Beheading Victim Is Buried Beneath Ferguson Furor

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In the White House, the Congress, the Justice Department, in cities, shopping malls and even schools across the country, the lapping flames of Ferguson-fueled racial tension are being fanned…even as the factual findings of a duly constituted grand jury are being largely ignored.

The furor that has arisen over the Ferguson shooting and its racially charged aftermath continues to build — the agenda-driven narrative crafted around the “hands up, don’t shoot” theme continues to be promoted by many whose actions could easily be seen as exploiting a “crisis” of confidence in the integrity of the American system of justice.

But as the Ferguson protests grow in number and stature on the streets and in the media, one might wonder where is the equivalent outrage over the new information just released about the recently beheaded Oklahoma woman and the Muslim man accused of brutally attacking her with a serrated kitchen knife.

Officials in Oklahoma have announced the results of the autopsy performed on the body of Colleen Hufford, the Moore, OK food plant worker who police say was attacked by 30-year-old Alton Nolen, described as a recent Muslim convert.

It turns out, according to autopsy findings, that Hufford put up quite a valiant struggle before she finally was unable to fight off her determined attacker, who ultimately severed his victim’s head.


The autopsy describes multiple defensive injuries to both hands and her right arm and other injuries to Hufford’s cheek, chest and upper arm.

For the record — the victim, Colleen Hufford was white; her accused killer, Alton Nolen, is black. Colleen Hufford was a middle-aged, middle-America grandmother. Alton Nolen is an apparent Islamist whose Facebook page contained references to radical Islam and terrorist acts.

You might recall that Barack Obama — who is now holding White House meetings and issuing presidential statements on the Ferguson situation — has not only been silent on the Oklahoma beheading, but also praised the mosque attended by the accused killer.

And Obama’s Attorney General, Eric Holder, is touring the country giving speeches on Ferguson and the tensions between law enforcement and communities of color. Meantime, Holder’s Justice Department — along with its media allies — maintains the position that the Oklahoma beheading was “workplace violence” and not an act of domestic terrorism.

As reported on, prosecutors in Oklahoma have charged Alton Nolen with first-degree murder in the case and say they will seek the death penalty.


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