Well the Attorney General Eric Holder was in Nashville talking to black ministers, probably trying to incite them more than they already are. He needs to stay out of the State’s business (in this case Florida). The DOJ has no case to make here, the FBI found no racism in their over 3 dozen interviews of people about Zimmerman.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder came to Nashville and met privately with six black Nashville ministers Tuesday, discussing the Trayvon Martin case, voting rights and incarceration rates.
Holder, the nation’s top law enforcement official, spent about 30 minutes with the group after speaking to the National Association of Police Organizations’ convention at the Millennium Maxwell House Nashville, said the Rev. Enoch Fuzz, pastor of Corinthian Missionary Baptist Church. The ministers, including two Metro Police Department volunteer chaplains, were eager to talk about the killing of Martin, an unarmed, African-American teenager in Florida whose shooter was acquitted on July 13.
“Did we talk about Florida? We talked about Florida,” Fuzz said.
Though Holder didn’t get into specifics of the Justice Department’s investigation of the incident or discuss Florida’s “stand your ground law,” he said that state was “rich and full of targets of injustice,” giving his agency plenty to do there, according to Fuzz.
“We need to stay focused on that tragedy in terms of how it’s creating negative emotions in the people we serve,” Fuzz added.
A spokesman for David Rivera, who also participated in the meeting as the interim U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee, could not immediately be reached for comment.