Black panther intimidating voters
(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.