‘For Trayvon’ Rallies Black-on-White Attacks

Michael Thompson, World Net Daily, May 2, 2012

As the media-fueled Trayvon Martin-George Zimmerman firestorm rages, a number of black-on-white assaults have been reported in which the assailants have declared “justice for Trayvon” prompted the attack.

But according to former Department of Justice attorney J. Christian Adams, don’t expect to see Attorney General Eric Holder rush to open an investigation.

“There’s a hostility [in the Department of Justice] toward even conceiving civil rights protect everybody,” Adams told WND in an exclusive interview. “People in the Department of Justice are philosophically opposed to this. You are watching it play out in Mobile, with Matthew Owens.”

Adams, the author of “Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department,” referred to the story of Owens, a white resident of Mobile, Ala., who allegedly was bludgeoned by 20 blacks who used pipes, paint cans and chairs in the April 21 assault.

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On April 20, the Chicago Sun-Times reported that two black teenagers in Oak Park, Ill., attacked a 19-year-old because “he was so upset about the Trayvon Martin case that he beat up a man because he was white.”

“If the races were reversed, you’d see Attorney General Holder holding a national press conference. In the eyes of the DOJ, it’s some people, not everybody [who] civil rights laws protect. Whites excluded,” said Adams.

The Gainesville Sun reported that on April 9, a 27-year-old white male was attacked by “five to eight” black males who shouted “Trayvon” before attacking him and leaving him with “permanent disfigurement to the left side of his face.”

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Just yesterday, a newspaper reported in Virginia that “wave after wave of young men surged forward to take turns punching and kicking their victim,” an employee of the newspaper.

It was the Virginia-Pilot that said its reporters Dave Forster and Marjon Rostami were attacked when they drove home from a show and stopped at a red light, two weeks ago.

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When asked what will happen if the Department of Justice refuses to step in and prosecute racially motivated attacks, Adams said, “If Eric Holder and the DOJ don’t do something about it, what do you think is going to happen? Of course it’s going to get worse. They are enabling lawless conduct and abandoning law-abiding citizens. That’s what they’ve been doing since they were sworn in.

“They turned a blind eye to the thugs,” he said.

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Adams said Kappelhoff, the chief of the Criminal Section of the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, “doesn’t think civil rights laws should be used in this fashion [to protect whites].”

Kappelhoff supervises and manages DOJ attorneys involved in the investigation and prosecution of federal criminal civil rights violations, which include bias-motivated hate crimes.

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