AG Holder dodges questions in Guam

July 16, 2012 − by CIR − in Blog, Case Updates − Comments Off on AG Holder dodges questions in Guam

Attorney General Holder arrived on Guam today, but refused to take questions from the press.  In the linked National Review Online article, John Fund speculates that Holder’s elusiveness might be because he doesn’t want to answer awkward questions about CIR’s lawsuit challenging a race-exclusive referendum on that U.S. possession.  Whatever the cause of Holder’s silence, it’s too bad; we would like to know, for example, why, after CIR client Arnold Davis lodged a complaint with the federal Justice Department about how he was excluded from registering to vote in the referendum because of his race, Holder’s DOJ decided to take no action on it.

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