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Michael Henkel, a court supervisor in Philadelphia, was fired after being captured on video removing publicly placed anti-racism signs and indicating that “Black lives don’t matter to him.” So reports NBC News.

black live matter 5278646 640The video was posted to Facebook but has since been deleted. Henkel was a supervisor writ server in Philadelphia’s First Judicial District Family Court prior to his termination, according to information from the article.

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