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The last words of an employee of Philadelphia Family Court before being fired were black lives “don't matter”

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Another video with an American who is unhappy by the BLM movement, stirred up the public. On the captured footage, a man later identified as Michael Henkel, in response to the phrase "Black lives matter" says "not to me, they don't."

The video shows a man tearing down BLM activists' signs from the fence of one of the playgrounds, with the words "My taxes pay for this place, just so you know. So I can do whatever I want ... I'm always around here too."

A court spokesperson later reported that this video was the last straw in the bowl of patience since Henkel had previously seen multiple violations.

"The Court takes this incident very seriously and believes Mr. Henkel's behavior as shown in the video is egregious and totally unacceptable for an employee of the Courts," family court spokesperson Martin O'Rourke said in a statement.

To date, the author of the video remains anonymous, but even without his testimony, Michael Henkel is now unemployed.

 

Author: Usa Really