The Spero Forum website reports today (May 15, 2012) that the Obama Justice Department has awarded a group headed by a former domestic terrorist -- and one-time FBI fugitive with close ties to President Barack Obama -- hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars "to reduce racial disparities in the juvenile justice system."
"This is a story you likely won't see in the mainstream media," according to officials at Judicial Watch -- an organization that investigates and exposes government corruption and abuse.
Among the group's board of directors is Bernardine Dohrn -- a proud member of the Weather Underground -- a radical group that used explosives to attack the U.S. Capitol, the Pentagon, and other government buildings to protest U.S. policy. Dohrn's actions earned her jail time and a slot on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list in the 1970s.
Dohrn is married to William Ayers -- the co-founder of the Weather Underground -- and he was also an FBI fugitive who has proudly admitted to planting bombs in government buildings in the 1960s and 1970s.