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With the Obama Justice Department under Attorney General Eric Holder’s direction, Americans are learning what really happens when law-enforcement power is co-opted by politics. In this eye-popping Broadside, Andrew C. McCarthy shows that the biggest beneficiaries have been jihadists. For the past eight years, a group of lawyers volunteered their services to America’s enemie With the Obama Justice Department under Attorney General Eric Holder’s direction, Americans are learning what really happens when law-enforcement power is co-opted by politics. In this eye-popping Broadside, Andrew C. McCarthy shows that the biggest beneficiaries have been jihadists. For the past eight years, a group of lawyers volunteered their services to America’s enemies. Now, the Justice Department is rife with some of those same lawyers as it enhances due process for terrorists and feeds the international Left’s call for war-crimes charges against President Obama’s political adversaries. Just consider how the administration has disclosed national defense secrets during wartime or granted the 9/11 mass murderers a civilian trial. The department, moreover, is working to tighten the Democratic Party’s grip on power, ignoring the Constitution and green-lighting election fraud and abuse.


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With the Obama Justice Department under Attorney General Eric Holder’s direction, Americans are learning what really happens when law-enforcement power is co-opted by politics. In this eye-popping Broadside, Andrew C. McCarthy shows that the biggest beneficiaries have been jihadists. For the past eight years, a group of lawyers volunteered their services to America’s enemie With the Obama Justice Department under Attorney General Eric Holder’s direction, Americans are learning what really happens when law-enforcement power is co-opted by politics. In this eye-popping Broadside, Andrew C. McCarthy shows that the biggest beneficiaries have been jihadists. For the past eight years, a group of lawyers volunteered their services to America’s enemies. Now, the Justice Department is rife with some of those same lawyers as it enhances due process for terrorists and feeds the international Left’s call for war-crimes charges against President Obama’s political adversaries. Just consider how the administration has disclosed national defense secrets during wartime or granted the 9/11 mass murderers a civilian trial. The department, moreover, is working to tighten the Democratic Party’s grip on power, ignoring the Constitution and green-lighting election fraud and abuse.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    David

    Andrew C McCarthy is an experienced US Federal Prosecutor who has successfully tried and convicted Islamic terrorists connected with the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. through his work he has become one the foremost authorities on terrorism and Islamic extremists and has written several books on the topic. Knowing that is what attracted me to this book and I have already queued up more of his books. In How the Obama Administration has Politicized Justice he explains that Attorney General Eric Andrew C McCarthy is an experienced US Federal Prosecutor who has successfully tried and convicted Islamic terrorists connected with the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. through his work he has become one the foremost authorities on terrorism and Islamic extremists and has written several books on the topic. Knowing that is what attracted me to this book and I have already queued up more of his books. In How the Obama Administration has Politicized Justice he explains that Attorney General Eric Holder in Obama's Justice Department co-opted the power of law enforcement. He explains how Jihadists were the biggest beneficiaries of this strategy by taking advantage of this focus on law enforcement to fight terrorism to wage what the author calls Lawfare, using the western courts to gnaw away at our freedoms in hope of someday supplanting western laws, religions, and social structures with Sharia as their all-encompassing combined system of religion and law. The Obama administration using this approach disclosed national defense secrets and used civilian courts and therefore granting all of the constitutional protections that should not have been applied to terrorist enemy combatants. Fascinating book and the author, being a lawyer, makes many other interesting points that should concern all of us.

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    LJB

    I have always thought it paradoxical that our nation was attacked and a consequence of the resultant Patriot Act is that US citizens, who the 4th Amendment says have a right to be “secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures..” have our telephonic metadata gathered by our government, in case, apparently, a terrorist calls us. I decided to read this small book, a longish essay, really, by Andrew McCarthy, the prosecutor who successfully tried th I have always thought it paradoxical that our nation was attacked and a consequence of the resultant Patriot Act is that US citizens, who the 4th Amendment says have a right to be “secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures..” have our telephonic metadata gathered by our government, in case, apparently, a terrorist calls us. I decided to read this small book, a longish essay, really, by Andrew McCarthy, the prosecutor who successfully tried the Omar Abdel-Rahman related to the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center, just for any insights from his point of view. The publication date is 2010. The most interesting is his delineation of the difference between military and civil/criminal justice and the evidentiary differences between treating someone as a war criminal or a civil criminal. The best quote from this piece: “Real law enforcement, though often challenging, is straightforward: You follow the evidence wherever it leads. Politicized justice, by contrast, is complicated -populist whim mixing uneasily with legal rigor.”

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