DOJ Employees in Ferguson and Trayvon Unit Used Taxpayer Cash for Airfare, Dentist Visits, and Dinners at Emeril's
His personal biography states:
Brother Battles is a social justice leader who put civil rights as a top priority. He was intimately involved in the Trayvon Martin case and will always fight to ensure that Kappa Alpha Psi is a national leader when it comes to protecting our young men and their families. Brother Battles has been recognized regionally and nationally for his work, including the Distinguished Service Award from the U.S. Attorney General.
Brother Battles is a man of faith and family as well, with active roles at Agape International Ministries in Atlanta, GA, and his home church of Bethel Apostolic Temple in Miami, FL.
This alleged fraud and abuse has been reported to Attorney General Loretta Lynch as well as to the DOJ inspector general, but Lynch and the inspector general have done nothing.
DOJ employees have also described widespread corruption throughout the CRS by politically connected managers, including Synthia Taylor, a regional director based in Dallas. Justice Department employees have told PJ Media:
[Synthia Taylor travels] on federal funds to meet friends, boyfriends, go to 5-star restaurants and shop.
DOJ employees say that top officials in the Justice Department CRS, including Deputy Director Gilbert Moore, have approved this type of inappropriate travel for four years.