Eric Holder’s Department of Justice (note that it is HIS, not OURS anymore) has a Community Relations Service (CRS), formed as part of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. It now encompasses the Hate Crimes Prevention Act, which has been chasing after well-publicized but nearly non-existent hate crimes.
So to keep themselves occupied, they showed up at the Republican National Convention wearing government DOJ logo polo shirts and hats and spent time chatting up, high-fiving, and giving specific detailed directions to folks there as to how where to show up to not miss their scheduled pre-arranged buses. The folks that they were being so helpful to were the Occupy America protesters and they were being helped so that they wouldn’t be late for their scheduled next spontaneous protest. The DOJ, on their website, says that the CRS’s mission is to be a “peacemaker for community conflicts and tensions.”
Not sure how catering to and assisting the union-financed and led media manipulating protesting group that craps on the police cars is serving as a peacemaker at at the Republican Convention. Or a good use of OUR tax dollars. It is more like they are enabling them.
The DOJ may not be ours any more, but the tax dollars are still ours and the accountability for their use is still due US.