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June 01, 2011


Kimberly A. Campbell

Oh, there certainly is selection that is occurring, no doubt, but this began during the Bush administration, so it is not solely based on skin color as much as it is culturally and politically-based discrimination and expressed rather broadly among law enforcement acting under ultimate authority of the Executive Branch via the Department of Homeland Security AND outrageously – even by the FBI, which is compelled to investigate criminal hate crimes based on racial, religious, cultural or political motives, but such deliberate omission of service is “errant of official duty by dereliction” under the colors of the law.

Interesting article.

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