Ex-Lawyer Says Top DOJ Official Lied About Dismissal of New Black Panther Case

Obama Administration Accused of Refusing to Prosecute Black Panters Because of Race

A former Justice Department attorney who resigned last month in protest of the Obama administration’s handling of a voter intimidation case involving the New Black Panther Party accused a top Justice official of lying under oath about the circumstances surrounding the decision to drop the case.

J. Christian Adams, now an attorney in Virginia and a blogger for Pajamas Media, told Fox News in an exclusive interview that aired Wednesday that Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez provided false testimony in May to the United States Commission on Civil Rights, which is investigating the department’s decision to drop charges against three members of the radical group in a case that the government won.

Perez told the commission that the facts and the law didn’t support the case against the group.

“I know about the truth…and I know what the truth is and I know to say the facts and law don’t support the Black Panther case is not true,” Adams said, adding that Perez ignored his warnings not to provide false testimony.

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