In an exclusive obtained by PJ Media.com, Rep.  Frank Wolf (R-VA) has warned Attorney General Eric Holder not to interfere with the decision of Christopher Coates to testify before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights tomorrow, citing the federal “1912 Anti-Gag Legislation and Whistleblower Protection Laws for Federal Employees.” Click here, or on image below, to read the PDF file of Rep. Wolf’s letter to the attorney general:

And for background on Coates’ appearance tomorrow before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, read Hans A. von Spakovsky’s article at PJM, “Coates’ Direct Eyewitness Testimony to Shine Light on DOJ.”

Representative Frank Wolf warns Attorney General Eric Holder not to interfere with the decision of Christopher Coates to testify before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, citing the federal “1912 Anti-Gag Legislation and Whistleblower Protection Laws for Federal Employees.”

Representative Frank Wolf warns Attorney General Eric Holder not to interfere with the decision of Christopher Coates to testify before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, citing the federal “1912 Anti-Gag Legislation and Whistleblower Protection Laws for Federal Employees.”