"Flash Mob" Strikes Again in Philadelphia

March 22, 2010

Once again flashmob voilence has struck Philadelphia. This is the 6th such event to hit Philly since last May and the City of Philadelphia seems powerless to stop it. According to the media, this latest mob was organized by Twitter messsages. A parent saw the message and contacted police to make the aware.

It was described as a "tsunami wave" and chants of "burn the city" could be heard. Read the article and view the photos on Philly.com


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