In 1977 the police obtained a court order requiring MOVE to vacate their Powelton Village house at 311 N 33rd Street. The group had begun to occupy the residence and it wasn't long before MOVE's living style exhausted their neighbors' patience. MOVE members made a treaty with the police. They agreed to move out of the premises and surrender their weapons if the police released members from city jails. The police held up their end of the deal but MOVE members failed to comply.[
Nearly a year later, police had come to a standoff with members of the community, who had not left. When they attempted entry to the house, shooting erupted.
Philadelphia Police Department officer James J. Ramp was killed by a shot to the back of the neck. MOVE representatives claimed that he was facing the house at the time and they denied MOVE's responsibility for his death. Shooting broke out and Ramp was killed by a single bullet. Prosecutors alleged that Move members fired the fatal shot and charged Sims Africa and the other eight with collective responsibility for his death.
"I understand in today's atmosphere anytime a young man is killed there's cause for outrage in some areas," Superintendent McDonough said. "However, I would urge people to give us time to conduct an objective investigation, to gather facts."
This is how depraved and vile people have become to teach their child this sh**t.
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