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A Philly Court Supervisor Was Fired After Video Showed Him Tearing Down Signs and Saying He Doesn’t Care About Black Lives

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A Philly Court Supervisor Was Fired After Video Showed Him Tearing Down Signs and Saying He Doesn’t Care About Black Lives

A Philadelphia Family Court supervisor was fired Monday after video surfaced of him tearing down Black Lives Matter signs from a fence at a South Philadelphia park and saying he doesn’t care about black lives.

Michael Henkel, 61, of South Philadelphia, had worked as a writ-server supervisor. After video was shared widely on social media of him taking down the signs at Columbus Square, at 12th and Reed Streets, the city’s First Judicial District terminated his job.

In the video, after a woman is heard yelling out to him: “Black Lives Matter,” Henkel responds: “Not to me, they don’t.”

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