The 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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Court Supervisor Terminated After Taking Down BML Signs in South Philly
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.
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