Saturday, December 11, 2010

Holder reassures Muslims of DOJ's anti-bias focus
Attorney General Eric Holder speaks at the Muslim Advocates
 annual dinner on Friday, Dec. 10, 2010, in Millbrae, Calif.
Holder used the speech before the Muslim advocacy group
 near San Francisco to reiterate his resolve to prosecute
hate crimes.  (AP Photo/Noah Berger) (Noah Berger - AP)

MILLBRAE, Calif. -- Attorney General Eric Holder reiterated his resolve to prosecute hate crimes while standing behind the methods used in anti-terrorism cases during a speech Friday night before a Muslim advocacy group near San Francisco.
Despite the differences of opinion, Holder received strong applause and a standing ovation. Attendees said they felt reassured by his remarks on protecting the civil liberties of Muslim Americans.

"MY question should we form a group of Americans called ie: Mixed ethenic,mongul mix, "ARREB" all races,religion,ethenic backgrounds so us ordinary Americans can be assured of the sa protection of our civil liberties?" BE #