Eric Holder is instituting the same process in Ferguson Missouri he used in Sanford Florida. The civil rights wing of the DOJ is dispatched into Ferguson. They are officially called the “Community Relations Service” (CRS), and historically -in previous administrations- have been called upon when racial animus is a concern amid a local municipality.
However, under the Eric Holder tenure, and as a specific mandate of the current administration, the CRS has been given a different mandate. The CRS is a statutorily protected secret entity within the DOJ, and is now the official racial advocacy network for the professional black grievance industry. As witnessed in the Trayvon Martin case the CRS now use their federal expense accounts to purchase venues for protest, contract audio/visual needs, purchase signs and professional media materials and purchase hotel rooms and coordinate airline flights and travel accommodations for the professional agitators. Many of the CRS professionals are within the AME network.
We would be remiss if we did not point out the CRS was previously deployed in 2012 -which was an election year- as part of a coordinated strategy. 2014 is -not coincidentally- another election year, and yes, numerous more tragic examples have taken place in multiple communities far more severe than the current incident involving the Mike Brown shooting, yet they fell outside the calendar of convenience.
WASHINGTON DC – Attorney General Eric Holder released a new statement Thursday regarding the escalating tensions in Ferguson, Missouri, saying such unrest “cannot continue,” but expressed concerns over the actions of local law enforcement.
“At a time when we must seek to rebuild trust between law enforcement and the local community, I am deeply concerned that the deployment of military equipment and vehicles sends a conflicting message,” Holder said in his statement, adding that those concerns have been conveyed by Justice Department officials to local authorities.
Holder added that the agency has offered technical assistance to local law enforcement “in order to help conduct crowd control and maintain public safety without relying on unnecessarily extreme displays of force.”
“While the vast majority of protests have been peaceful, acts of violence by members of the public cannot be condoned,” Holder said.
He continued, “By the same token, the law enforcement response to these demonstrations must seek to reduce tensions, not heighten them.” (read more)