Black doll hung at Philly playground blamed on Trump, but here’s who actually did it

Black doll hung at Philly playground blamed on Trump, but here’s who actually did it
Scene of the crime, Philly. YouTube

[Ed. – Mission accomplished for the kids, I guess.]

Last week, law enforcement was called about a black doll that appeared to be hung in effigy from a telephone wire at Philly’s Weccacoe Playground, which is the original burial ground for the local Mother Bethel AME Church. Within a few hours, the doll was removed. Meanwhile, the outrage came fast and furious, including from Philly’s Democratic mayor…

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Rev. Mark Tyler, one of the first to see the hanged doll, initially posted on Facebook that “sadly” he was “not surprised” to see it. “For a person of color in the country, I would say there’s really no place I would go and say, ‘Oh, in this place, I know I’m safe.’ It’s just not been my history.”

But in an update to the post, Tyler revealed who was actually behind it: A group of kids, both black and white, under the age of 13, who just wanted to “creep people out.”

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