Department of Justice Double Standards

Whenever the Department of Justice has gone after any US company for wrong doing, the news is splashed across the airways. If they reach a settlement, everyone knows about it and most of the details involved.

That seems to be the standard operating procedure for the DOJ when it comes to US owned and operated companies, but not for others linked to Muslim terrorists.

In 2006, government started an investigation into a US based company that was connected to a Muslim owned company belonging to a Saudi prince. The company, Overland Capitol is suspected of being under the control of Dar al-Maal al-Islami Trust (DMI) which is a financial company started by Prince Mohamed al-Faisal of Saudi Arabia. At the time of the investigation, there were at least members of the Muslim Brotherhood that served on the board of DMI.

One of these board members, Hassan al-Turabi, at one time urged Osama bin Laden to move al-Qaida to the Sudan. Another DMI board member, Yusuf al-Qaradawi has openly supported Palestinian suicide bombers and Muslim attacks on US troops in Iraq.

After a lengthy investigation of Overland Capitol, the Department of Justice has reportedly come to a settlement with the firm. However, unlike its standard operating procedures of splashing the news of their victory all over the media, they have chosen to remain silent on the settlement with the Muslim owned company. They refuse to even acknowledge that a settlement has been reached, let alone any details of it.

President Obama has often had direct influence with Attorney General Holder and the Department of Justice in some hinky dealings in the past, so one can’t help but wonder if this is another one of his favors called upon to help protect his Muslim buddies that he has been getting awfully close with.