This Is A Fine Kettle Of Fish; Things Come Full Circle
The Washington Times
A federal judge has ruled that a majority-black county in eastern Mississippi violated whites' voting rights in what prosecutors said is the first lawsuit to use the Voting Rights Act on behalf of whites.
U.S. District Judge Tom S. Lee ruled late Friday that Noxubee County Democratic Party leader Ike Brown and the county Democratic Executive Committee "manipulated the political process in ways specifically intended and designed to impair and impede participation of white voters and to dilute their votes."
The Justice Department charged in the 2006 lawsuit that Noxubee County blacks tried to shut whites out of the voting process.