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Child SupportMorales, who moved to the mainland from Puerto Rico in 2006, was expected to create a rift in the Latino voting community, concentrated in the 7th District and Quiñones-Sanchez’s strongest support bloc. But the list of the challenger’s political affinities as given by the website Whoismannymorales.com would seem to alienate just about every potential progressive voter. Here’s the posted litany, each attribute with a hypertext link which shows visitors multiple Facebook posts that demonstrate its claim in no uncertain terms: "Anti-Black, Pro-Gun, Anti-Obama, Pro-Voter ID, Anti-Choice, Pro-Stand Your Ground, Anti-Women, Pro-Drug Testing for Welfare Recipients, Anti-Poor, Pro-Corbett and Republicans, Anti-Gay, Pro-Ferguson Police and George Zimmerman, Anti-Immigrant, Pro-English Only, Anti-Israel, Pro-Ron Paul, Anti-Child Support, Pro-Close the Border."
Sex CrimesA couple of months ago, there was a story on Philly.com about a protest at a college lecture, because of the lecturer’s views on rape. The story quoted the protesters, and described the scene during the lecture in which people held up signs and/or walked out.
RobberyIn March, a CBS Philly story on the rape and robbery at gunpoint of a young woman at 3900 Richmond Street, by two underage teen boys, spelled out all the pertinent details of the incident, except for a physical description of the alleged rapists.
Drug CrimesOfficers in the 26th Police District are learning to identify certain pills that, when found on individuals stopped for potential drug offenses, can lead to arrests. Photo: Joshua Albert
MurderOkay, so what’s wrong with this picture, other than the fact that a gruesome murder has been committed? This Amber and Cambria street corner is clearly a Kensington address, not a Port Richmond address. The comments section that accompanied this story contained many messages addressing this fact.
ShopliftingConsider the case of the man who stole eight cans of Red Bull from the Wawa at 3222-48 Richmond Street: 6ABC reported this incident as a major robbery, because the Red Bull shoplifter was said to have "pushed" a cashier who tried to block his exit from the store. But really, what self-respecting shoplifter is going to let himself get caught if all it takes is a push to clear the exit? And when did shoplifting become breaking news?
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