Tag Archives: Philadelphia Police

Maurice Hill: 5 Clues That Point To Philadelphia Shooting Being A False Flag

OPERATION-NATION
August 15, 2019 (updated August 17, 2019 – REFRESH PAGE)


Mr. Maurice Hill.

PHILADELPHIA — A white supremacist killed 22 people and injured 24 more in an El Paso, TX Walmart on Saturday, August 3. The next day, another white supremacist killed nine people and injured 27 more in Dayton, OH. Jeffrey Epstein, who had crazy dirt on Donald Trump, Bill Clinton, Alan Dershowitz, and other high-powered government individuals, was mysteriously murdered (though the official story is “committed suicide” with no photos and a reported broken neck) while he was in jail awaiting trial on Saturday, August … Read Entire Article

The Obama Effect Part II: Thug Cops Being Charged With Murder More Than Ever

by Brian  A. Wilkins
3/28/2010 (links and photos updated December 16, 2018)

THE KILLER COPS

These three low-life, killer cops, (L-R) Frank Tepper of Philadelphia PD; Troy Meade of Everett (WA) PD; and Johannes Mehserle of Bay Area Transit (BART) Police are currently facing murder charges in their respective states.

THE VICTIMS

Mr. William Panas (L) was murdered on November 21, 2009, when thug Tepper, while off-duty, shot Panas in the chest. Mr. Niles Meservey (middle) was murdered on June 10, 2009, after thug Meade shot Meservey seven times in the back. Mr. Oscar Grant (R) Read Entire Article

Hero Of The Month (April): Shannon McDonald

by Brian A. Wilkins
5/31/2009 (links and photos updated December 16, 2018)

Temple University in Philadelphia, and apparently all others good journalism schools, require its students to write some sort of police story before graduation. Shannon McDonald was a senior this past February when she did a ride-along with Philadelphia cop William Thrasher. Ms. McDonald would learn and report something that is all too familiar to black and Latino Americans, but dismissed in Euro-American media as “the race card.”

Here is the gist of this whole situation: Ms. McDonald wrote an article for the Temple News, the

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