Mumia Birthday Party Cancelled
(Who is laughing now Mumia?)
According to the Fraternal Order of Police, the Clef Club has cancelled the birthday party that was set for April 24th and was going to feature actorvist Danny Glover amongst other Jamal empty-heads.
This, after I encouraged people on this blog to challenge the club owners to explain their actions and be held accountable for providing a forum for cop-killer Jamal, and just a day after the FOP made it public that they would picket the event.
I think this is a solid victory that yet again proves that Jamal's cronies are not welcome in Philadelphia, and that the man he murdered, Officer Daniel Faulkner is by no means forgotten.
There is, as of yet, no comment from the Jamal crowd, but we can expect the usual kind of self-pitying rhetoric that attempts to divert attention from the fact that the people of Philadelphia don't want Mumia, don't want his parties, and don't want the scum who would come to a party the celebrates a man who shot another human being in the back and than in the head as he lay critically wounded.
The Mumia movement takes another blow. It is a good day for justice.
The FOP statement on the issue is as follows:
THE EVENT AT THE PHILADELPHIA CLEF CLUB SCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY, APRIL 24TH, 2007 HAS BEEN CANCELLED
The event at the Clef Club on Tuesday, April 24, 2007 was cancelled by a vote of their Board of Director’s on Wednesday, April 11, 2007.
The Clef Club Board of Directors had received information as to the agenda of the event scheduled by their staff; after review of the event and its implications for the Police Officers of Philadelphia they moved to cancel the event. The motion passed! The Clef Club Board indicated that they “wish no harm to come to any Philadelphia Police officer ever.”
Michael G. Lutz Lodge 5 Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police Executive Board and its entire membership send our collective Thank you to the Clef Club Board of Directors.
As a result of the cancellation of the Clef Club affair the Fraternal Order of Police Board of Directors meeting will not be held at Broad & Fitzwater streets location. The meeting will be at the FOP hall as normally scheduled at 7:00pm.