New Black Panther Leader Defends Attorney General

Google News, December 4, 2009

The leader of the New Black Panther Party for Self-Defense says the U.S. Justice Department was right to drop a voter intimidation suit against his group because the case was weak.

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Shabazz says his group does not condone voter intimidation and suspended the member who stood outside a Philadelphia polling place with a nightstick during last year’s presidential election.

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Shabazz says he wants to set the record straight as the group’s three-day national summit begins in Dallas Friday.

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