Well now, with my limited education and understanding of things I’m in need of someone explaining what appears to be a contradiction in the below link.
Seems the feds are actively looking into the lynching of four black men in 1946 in what has become known as the Moore’s Ford Bridge lynching.
1946……sixty nine years ago. I haven’t a single issue with them doing so but my confusion arises from USAG Eric Holder’s announcement a year or two ago that the DOJ isn’t interested in pursuing cases four decades or more older.
In taking such a position, though obviously a selective one, in essence a free pass was issued to the AIM leadership pertaining to the murders of Annie Mas Pictou Aquash, Perry Ray Robinson jr., and AIM’s multiple murder victims at WK2, who to this day remain sequestered in unmarked, hidden graves with zero effort by any law enforcement agency to recover and repatriate their remains to their families.
Now some might draw the conclusion that the feds don’t give a damn about murders committed by AIM – especially if the victims are of any of our nations. Or that the murder of black man like Ray is only relevant if it becomes “iconic” and or driven by the media.
Yeah, some might say that.