Philadelphia Media Can DIAF

An off-duty Philadelphia police officer was killed when he was struck by a vehicle as he was riding his motorcycle. Thomas Munz was pronounced dead at the scene. Munz was 27-years old, and was wearing his helmet.

An off-duty Philadelphia police officer was killed in a motorcycle accident Tuesday night in South Philadelphia. The officer has been identified as 27-year-old Thomas Munz.

Police said Munz was on his motorcycle when he came in contact with the rear driver’s side of a Chevrolet SUV that was coming out of a parking lot on Broad. The motorcycle then hit the curb and the officer was ejected onto the roadway. He was pronounced dead on the scene.

This is how the Philadelphia media remembered Officer Munz.

Munz was involved in an incident that gained national attention in 2020 when he was one of two officers who shot and killed Walter Wallace. [Editor’s Note: Wallace was threatening the officers with a knife. And approached the officers with the knife in his hand.] The shooting was captured on body camera video and led to days of protests and unrest.

Every single TV news station added the shooting incident.

Now you may ask why the Philadelphia media would even mention the shooting incident. It’s because nearly every single member of Philadelphia’s media despises police. I’ve met some of them, and believe me, they loved publishing this tidbit. The man is dead, and these pieces of garbage decided to tarnish his reputation for some clicks.

I never cooperated with the media when they called the division, but trust me when I say this, I will be very hostile to them the next time these a-holes call.

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