A “ghost car” used by the Florida police to daunt crime in the Daytona Beach was discovered to be on fire in the early hours of Sunday morning.
In the early hours of Sunday, a fully marked police car was found ablaze in front of the Islamic Center of Daytona Beach. Police say the car was being used as a “ghost car” to deter crime in the vicinity.
— WMC Action News 5 (@WMCActionNews5) 18 July 2016
The fire crew was present to put off the fire which brought the entire situation under control. There were no causalities recorded as a result of the incidence.
The cause of the fire is yet unknown. But investigations revealed that there was a note found at the scene of the incident which cited Black Lives Matter as possibly being responsible for the act. The note reads, “Black Lives Matter. A. Sterling P. Castile,” also in the note, there was a reference to the police with an exclamation. It is not certain where exactly the note was found. It is still too early to point fingers at the BLM group because it is still not proven that the piece of note was written by someone that truly has tied with the group. This could as well be a form of provocation.
Yet it is still not certain was the note actually put there before or written after the incident. It is still too early to point fingers at the BLM group because it is still not proven that the piece of note was written by someone that truly has tied with the group. This could as well be a form of provocation.
On the other hand, considering all forms of police brutality against Black people, it is not a startling that they are livid and disappointed. More so, it seems like the government has turned a deaf ear to all the happenings and left the police and Black communities to solve their problems by themselves. This jumble might persist until the authorities step in and put things in order to reduce police brutality against Black people and increase the social level of Black communities.
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