What should the DOJ do if this is true?
I read that 70% of arrested protesters in Charlotte NC is from out of State.
If this is true, what should the Justice department do to get to the bottom of this insurrection and law breaking on a grand scale? What about the FBI?
The DOJ should do nothing, this is a local and state problem. The DOJ is a cabinet-level agency responsible for enforcing the laws of the United States federal government.
The FBI's job has a range of legal authorities that enable it to investigate federal crimes and threats to national security, as well as to gather intelligence and assist other law enforcement agencies. FBI is not a type of national police force and can only investigate federal crimes or threats to national security.
What federal crimes are being committed in Charlotte?
The FBI is called in when it cross state borders. This is the case for kidnapping and drugs... That is why I ask the question. If the protesters came from another State, it becomes a federal case.
Something is going on, and it should be looked into, maybe the local police might find out, but the Obama boys don't have eyes or ears.
Neither the FBI or the DOJ will do anything. Chances are that the outsiders are sent in by the Liberals and as long as Obama is the boss of the FBI and the DOJ nothing will be done. Just my opinion, Greg.
I think they ought to give Obama some heavy dose of fiber to get the DOJ and the FBI out of there.
They should be arrested, but given that the Democrats have said their violence and property destruction are justified, I don't think that's going to happen.
Before you get too excited about the 'out of state' business ask what state? Charlotte is right next to the border of South Carolina so if you're talking about people from SC you're not saying much. When I lived in Charlotte a very large portion of the work force lived in SC. It was close and much cheaper. Until 2014 even the Charlotte Knights baseball team played in Fort Mill, SC.
Find out what they mean by "out of state" before going off the deep end!
There seems to be a pattern in these protests. It happened in Ferguson and elsewhere... Something is happening where a group of people that seems like paid agitators just show up to fan the flame before any facts are known.
Who is behind this? and$?
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