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25 Years Ago: Philadelphia Police Bombs MOVE Headquarters Killing 11

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Uploaded on May 13, 2010

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Democracy Now! Thursday, May 13, 2010
Today marks the 25th anniversary of a massive police operation in Philadelphia that culminated in the helicopter bombing of the headquarters of a radical group known as MOVE. The fire from the attack killed 6 adults and 5 children and destroyed 65 homes. Despite two grand jury investigations, and a commission finding that top officials were grossly negligent, no one from city government was criminally charged. MOVE was a Philadelphia-based radical movement that was dedicated to Black liberation and a back to nature lifestyle. It was founded by John Africa and all its members took on the surname Africa. We hear from Mumia Abu-Jamal and speak with Ramona Africa, the only adult survivor of the bombing.

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