THE DAMAGE OF DECADES OF 'MOLESTED BLACK COMMUNITY RITES OF PASSAGE PROGRAMS'
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STREET PIRATES ALWAYS TRIGGER EXCULPATORY EVIDENCE THAT NEUTRALIZES THE CLAIM OF 'UNPROVOKED OPPRESSION OF 'CONTAINERIZED BLACKS'
15 YEAR OLD SHOT.
10 SHELL CASINGS FOUND AT THE SCENE
ONLY YOU CAN CHOOSE WHICH ONE IS MORE IMPORTANT AND INDICATIVE
GERMANTOWN (WPVI) --Police say a disturbance in the Germantown section of Philadelphia involving hundreds of teenagers turned violent when bottles were thrown at police.
Alex Williams says he has no idea how what began as a cookout he organized at the Lonnie Young Playground got so out of hand.
"We just having a peaceful neighborhood cookout," he told Action News. "It was peaceful, a lot of people having fun. And the cops came and shut it down. And when the cops came and shut it down, people got mad, and people stayed out here."
Surveillance camera footage obtained by Action News shows how quickly the party of just over 100 teen guests swelled to more than 500 by the time police were called to the 1000 block of Chelten Avenue around 9:30 p.m.
Resident Laverne Preston says the teens only took to the streets after police forced them out of the park. That's when chaos ensued.
"They were doing fine," said Preston. "They were having a good time, they were only being teenagers. Once the cops came with all of these different cars and running them all over the place - that's when it got wild."
One resident told Action News she tried to do her part to stop the chaos, but that it was no use.
"They're always talking about 'The police this,' and 'The police that,'" she said. "But what they did to the police they were so disrespectful - throwing bottles and everything. It was so disrespectful. I got emotional, me and my sister. I started crying. I'm trying to get the kids to go home."
Police say the crowd flooded a nearby Chinese take-out restaurant to hide out.
Others became unruly and turned on police, throwing bottles at them.
"I don't know about that," said Alex Williams.
Things were apparently so chaotic in the area that the owner of a nearby convenience store closed his shop at 8:30 p.m. and didn't feel safe enough to leave until about 11 p.m.
"This is something that was generated on social media," said Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross. "Once again, social media can be a great thing. But there are certain perils that come with it."
Though they were outnumbered, police were eventually able to disperse the crowd.
In the end, no arrests were made, and no injuries were reported.
The City Of Philadelphia TO-DAMNED-DAY "IS" the promise that the corrupt 'Black Racial Services Machine Oligarchy' had planned 50 years ago and the subsequent BLACK VALUABLES HARVESTING.
AS LONG AS THE "AMERICAN CONTAINERIZED NEGRO' DOES NOT LOOK INSIDE OF HIS 'BLACK VALUABLES INVESTMENT FUND" TO SEARCH FOR 'MEASURABLE ASSET GROWTH' THAT HE CAN WITHDRAW FOR HIS OWN USE - HE WILL CONTINUE ALONG WITH THE FRAUD SCHEME.
IF THIS IS "PHILADELPHIA 2017"................WHAT THE HELL DO YOU BELIEVE THAT "MORE PROGRESSION" IS GOING TO BRING FORTH?