Black panthers blocking intimidating voters
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On the issue of voters, Hill testified as follows: QUESTION: How were third parties reacting to the presence and the actions of the Panther members?
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Prosecutors also say he "supports racially motivated violence against non-blacks and Jews." The Obama administration won the case last month, but moved to dismiss the charges on May 15.
Click here to see FOX News video from the scene on election day. The complaint says the men hurled racial slurs at both blacks and whites.