A Daytona, Florida, police car was firebombed while parked outside a mosque. The empty cruiser had been parked outside the mosque since the Orlando terror attack by Omar Mateen. The vehicle was used as a deterrent against anyone seeking retaliation for Mateen’s terror attack. A note left at the scene indicates that a supporter of the Black Lives Matter movement may have been responsible for the destruction of the police cruiser.
The note found at the scene reads: “There is a social injustice in America for African Americans, I don’t give a damn about cop cruiser and I really dislike cops. We’ve been turning the other cheeks for years, I hope and pray to whatever God there is that the aggression finally settles the differences.”
Whether it was a supporter of Black Lives Matter or if the note was a hoax to intentionally mislead police is not known. What is known is that the Daytona police have been targeted by a person or persons who espouse to anti-police rhetoric.
100 Percent Fed Up reports:
The Daytona Beach Police Department may have been the target of anti-police backlash early Sunday morning when someone firebombed an unoccupied squad car parked in front of a mosque and left a note near the destroyed vehicle attributing the act to Black Lives Matter.
According to Police Chief Mike Chitwood, the incident took place about 2 a.m. That’s when someone set fire to the cruiser parked outside the Islamic Center at 347 S. Keech St. The vehicle was engulfed in flames and destroyed.
Chitwood said police found a note at the scene that read “Black Lives Matter A. Sterling P. Castile (Expletive removed) the police.”