Obama DOJ Invokes Mike Brown, Freddie Gray To Slam America’s Police For Being Racist At U.N.
The Obama regime is among friends with the America-bashers at the UN.
Via Washington Examiner:
The United States admitted that more needs to be done to uphold its civil rights laws.
James Cadogan, a senior council in the civil division of the Justice Department, told the United Nations Human Rights Council Monday that despite civil rights laws’ progress over the past half century, the U.S. must “rededicate ourselves to ensuring that our civil rights laws live up to their promise.”
His comments come in the wake of the killing of not just Freddie Gray in Baltimore — an unarmed black male that died in the hands of police — but other recent killings as well.
“The tragic deaths of Freddie Gray in Baltimore, Michael Brown in Missouri, Eric Garner in New York, Tamir Rice in Ohio and Walter Scott in South Carolina have … challenged us to do better and to work harder for progress,” he said.
The U.S. is currently undergoing a Universal Periodic Review of its rights record, something all 193 U.N. countries must undergo every four years.