Former Department of Justice Official Christian Adams testified before the Civil Rights commission today “pursuant to a subpoena investigating the New Black Panther Party voter intimidation dismissal.” During his testimony, Adams claimed that the Obama administration has generally failed to prosecute “non-whites” in voter intimidation cases. On November 4, 2008, members of the New Black Panthers stood outside of a Philadelphia polling facility bearing nightsticks and employing an intimidating stance. When questioned about their presence and their possession of weapons, the Panther members claimed that they were concerned citizens and “that’s why we’re here.”

SemenkoAs photos and information from accused Russian spy Anna Chapman’s social networking connections continue to circulate around the Internet, information of the other accused Russian agents, such as Mikhail Semenko, has remained a mystery — that is, until now.

gavelThink you know what a hate crime is? Think again.

There is controversy over whether a 14-year-old Orlando-area boy who says he was just trying to help a small girl find her mother last Thursday, June 10, actually committed a crime.

An armed American arrested in Pakistan while on a solo trek to find Osama bin Laden says that he was on a mission from God.
 
Construction worker Gary Brooks Faulkner, who some in the media are calling an "American Ninja," was arrested by Pakistani police after he slipped out of his hotel room and made his way into the country's Chitral District, now renamed Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Province. When arrested, Faulkner was carrying a pistol, a dagger, and a sword, and was equipped with night-vision goggles and a night-vision camera as well as Christian literature.