Monday, July 12, 2010

Why isn't the media covering the paramilitary aspect of the Black Panther case?

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Why, in all the media coverage of the Black Panther voting intimidation case, is no one, and I mean absolutely no one, addressing the paramilitary aspect of this issue, where jackbooted, thugs wearing leather jackets and badge-adorned, black berets, obviously intend to communicate through their uniform appearances a menacing solidarity of purpose?

Does not the wearing of those uniforms imply the ominous and looming presence of a more widespread and more frightening paramilitary organization to the voters of that precinct?

And why is no one even asking this question?




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