Statue Of Former Philly Mayor Frank Rizzo Taken Down Overnight

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A spokesperson for Kenney issued a statement: “The statue was placed in storage until the City decides what to do with it. That is what the Mayor said when it came down, and that is what we told these Rizzo supporters shortly before they filed suit. They are bitter and disgruntled because we took it down and the statue will never stand on City property again. This ‘emergency’ lawsuit is a frivolous cry for public attention. The City has more pressing things to worry about — like dismantling the structural racism that the statue stood for.”

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