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School Security Guard Loses Job After Facebook Post Complaining About 'Black Thugs' and Suggesting Whites 'Riot and Scare Blacks'

Apparently the security guard didn't know that whites have been "rioting and scaring blacks" for quite a long time now.  This is what 'Black Wall Street" (Oklahoma) looked like after hundreds of jealous whites destroyed it. About 9000 blacks  were left homeless.
Apparently the security guard didn't know that whites have been "rioting and scaring blacks" for quite a long time now.
This is what 'Black Wall Street" (Oklahoma) looked like after hundreds of jealous whites destroyed it. About 9000 blacks
were left homeless.

By Nock Divito
Complaining on Facebook that "another black thug" killed a cop cost a high school security guard her job, she claims in Federal Court.

Mary Czaplinski says she has been a security guard at Vineland School District for 12 years but will be terminated effective March 27 based entirely on the status she posted to Facebook earlier this month.

"Praying hard for the Philly cop shot today by another black thug - may[be] all white people should start riots and protests and scare the hell out of them," the post said, as quoted in Czaplinski's March 23 federal complaint (brackets in original).

Czaplinski posted the status on March 5, 2015, after seeing a news report about the death that day of Philadelphia police officer Robert Wilson III.

Wilson was killed while trying "to thwart a robbery at a video game store," Czaplinski says, adding that "both Wilson and his assailants were black."

Noting that Vineland schools were not even open on the day of her post because of snow, Czaplinski says she made the post "on her own time and on her private Facebook page."

"The post did not mention her position with the school district," according to the complaint. "The post was meant as her comment on a significant public issue, and expressed her frustration at the racial polarization that has characterized the current national debate over police conduct."

On March 23, the same day Czaplinski filed suit, the U.S. Department of Justice slammed Philadelphia for its marked increase in police shootings and "significant strife" between officers and those they are supposed to protect.

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