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Philly Count Every Vote Protest All Day; Bensalem Chiropractor Murder; Eagles Safety Tests Positive
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/05/20 11:06 pm | updated: 11/05/20 11:06 pm
It was a peaceful, yet exuberant day as supporters for both parties gathered outside the Pennsylvania Convention Center all day and into Thursday night, 11/5. Philadelphia election officials were busy inside continuing to count mail-in ballots. Outside at 12th and Arch Street, crowds gathered for hours. Supporters for each were separated by barricades. There was a DJ playing music for hours and kept the #CountTheVote protesters and cast of characters dancing all afternoon. "Four More Years!" and "Count The Votes!" were the cries coming out of the cradle of liberty today. It may not be over when the final vote is recorded. It could be headed to the courts. Be patient.

Police in Bucks County are investigating the suspicious death of a Bensalem chiropractor. It happened Monday, 11/2, on the 3100 block of Hulmeville Road near Street Road. 64-year-old James Sowa was found in his home by his son. That also serves as his chiropractic office. The Bucks County Coroner's Office ruled the death a homicide. He died from blunt force trauma. No arrests have been made. Police want anyone who saw anything on Monday to contact them. "Somebody saw something that day - somebody running from the house, something that didn't look normal," said Bensalem Police Department Director Fred Harran. If you have any information, contact 215-633-3719.

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Philadelphia Eagles Safety Marcus Epps has reportedly tested positive for coronavirus COVID-19. He is asymptomatic at this time. Epps went into self-isolation after learning of the test result. The team is following the NFL-NFLPA protocols. The Eagles have a bye week.

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