'We Don't Trust Them': Africa Family Responds After Mayor Kenney's Office Says MOVE Bombing Victims' Remains FoundThe Africa family told Eyewitness News on Saturday they still can't trust the city.
MOVE Bombing Victims' Remains Thought To Have Been Cremated, Disposed Found At Medical Examiner's Office, Mayor Kenney SaysThe new discovery comes a day after city Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley resigned after ordering the remains to be cremated in 2017.
Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley Resigns Over Mishandling Of Remains Belonging To Victims Of 1985 MOVE BombingDr. Thomas Farley has resigned as the Philadelphia Health Commissioner due to his involvement in the cremation and disposal of remains belonging to victims of the 1985 MOVE bombing that were found several years ago.
On 36th Anniversary Of MOVE Bombing, Farley Revelations Feel ‘Like We Have To Live 1985 All Over Again,’ Africa Family SaysThe Africa family says they never heard from Mayor Jim Kenney.
West Philadelphia Funeral Home Picks Up Remains Of MOVE Bombing Victims From Princeton Professor's HomeThe bones had been in the possession of the University of Pennsylvania and Princeton University and used in classes.
Penn, Princeton Under Fire Over Mishandling Of Remains Of 2 Children Killed In MOVE BombingRecords show the bones believed to be from two teenaged children were sent and analyzed by Professor Alan Mann but have since been lost.
Major Investigation Underway After Remains Of 2 Children Killed In 1985 MOVE Bombing Nowhere To Be FoundThe University of Pennsylvania has retained external legal counsel to figure out why the Ivy League school’s museum held onto the remains of a 12-year-old and a 14-year-old who were killed in the 1985 MOVE bombing for decades.
'This Film In Many Ways Is A Love Letter To Philly': Tommy Oliver On HBO Documentary '40 Years A Prisoner'The filmmaker discusses his new documentary on the 1985 bombing of the MOVE headquarters in Philadelphia and Mike Africa Jr.'s persistent effort to get his mother out of prison.
Rally Commemorates 42nd Anniversary Of Armed Battle Between MOVE, Philadelphia PoliceOrganizers tell Eyewitness News that Saturday's message was about liberation.
'Apology Without Action Is Meaningless': West Philadelphia Protest Commemorates 1985 MOVE Bombing VictimsChopper 3 flew over West Philly, where a large group gathered at 62nd and Osage Avenue, the location of the former MOVE house.
'A Brutal Attack': Several Philadelphia City Councilmembers Issue Apology On 35th Anniversary Of MOVE Bombing That Killed 11On May 13, 1985, Philadelphia police dropped a bomb on a row house and caused an inferno that killed 11 people and destroyed more than 60 homes.