Black panther intimidating voters

02-Oct-2016 23:07

(I'd worked for Democrats, including Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter, in previous election cycles.) Around midday, someone called and said that he was turned away from his polling place because a man with a billy club had told him that white people weren't allowed to vote there.The caller refused to give his name, and I wrote his number and the polling place location down on a scrap of paper.

The reporter, Victor Fiorillo, told the man he was going to take his photograph.“No pictures, please,” he replied.

Ultimately, the Philadelphia "On Election Day, I was working as a paid videographer for the Philadelphia Republican Party.

My job was to find and document voting irregularities.

It’s hard to see any reason for taking their photographs in such a way other than to try to intimidate them.

Or does an advocate of genocide just want to add pictures to his scrapbook?Furthermore, the Panthers were handing out a press release from Malik Zulu Shabazz, the national chairman of the NBPP.

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