Here's my list:
I'm sure I must have missed some -- hell, there's been nearly eight years of this shit.
US Attorney General Alberto Gonzales denies that there's a right to writ of habeas corpus in the U.S. Constitution. The DOJ approves the unlawful detainment of terrorist suspects and argues for the legality of extraordinary rendition. The DOJ authorized the CIA to torture prisoners in its custody. The DOJ's investigation into eavesdropping on U.S. citizens without proper warrants was shut down to protect AG Gonzales. The DOJ’s Civil Rights Division has ruled in every case on the side of Republicans as "part of a partisan strategy to suppress the votes of poor and minority citizens." The DOJ's selective prosecution of Democratic political figures. DOJ job applicants were made to pass a political test ("What is it about George W. Bush that makes you want to serve him?"). Even if a DOJ job applicant was a Republican, one could be rejected merely because they were married to a Democrat. Of course even a rumor that you might possibly be gay could cost you your job at the DOJ. And, even if you were a good Republican who was able to secure a job at the DOJ as a US Attorney, you would be fired if it was deemed you weren't acting sufficiently Republican enough. All of which led to DOJ lawyers talking in code because they were afraid of being wiretapped by their own government and fired.
Help me out!
What is your favorite Department of Injustice scandal?