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Philly Daily News: Rioters chanted "Black Boys!" and "Burn the City!"


In the past year, blacks mobs have rampaged through Philadelphia assaulting whites and looting stores six times. These riots were organized in advance on internet websites such as blackplanet.com and ourspace.com.

There is a full scale media blackout on the riots outside of the Philadelphia area. Even the local papers are trying to hide the truth. However, the Philadelphia Daily News is slowly releasing the truth.

From Philadelphia Daily News…

A pizza shop owner said that some in the mob were chanting, “Black Boys!” and “Burn the city.”

One youth was overheard on his cell phone saying: “Bring baseball bats to South Street.”

After enduring months of street construction during a recession, then one snowstorm after another, business owners were delighted that customers had returned to South Street to shop, eat and stroll on the first day of spring.

At Supper, a restaurant in the 900 block, bartender Kyle Fennie opened the locked door to let two woman customers out, but a mass of teens descended, and he let the women back inside. During a lull, he walked them to their cars.

About 10 p.m., police fanned out at either 2nd or 3rd Street and gradually moved the crowds west on South ot Broad. Kids started running at top speed, with some going around the block, and coming up behind the cops.

About 10:30 p.m. on South near 6th, Olympia Pizza II employee Seth Kaufman, 20, was in front of the pizza shop, trying to prevent kids from coming inside to fight with young customers who were eating.

As the crowd pushed the door to get inside, Kaufman pushed back. The crowd pushed again, and inside, the owners, 66-year-old Peter Psihogios, his wife, Harula, 58, and son Paul, 30, were pushing back on the store’s double glass doors to keep them shut.

Kaufman said that kids slugged him, and he slugged them back, and then he was jumped, with kids kicking and punching him until he fell.

The elder Psihogios tried to bring Kaufman inside, but he was punched in the head.

Kaufman has bruises all over his body from face to legs.

“He saved our establishment from them coming in,” said Paul Psihogios. “We owe him a lot of gratitude.”

Numerous South Street residents reported hearing what they thought were gunshots about 11:15 p.m. around 13th Street south of South but police could not confirm it.

Barbara Bender, manager of South Street Souvlaki, near 5th Street, had to close at 9:30 p.m.