MAN ACCUSED OF WOUNDING PHILADELPHIA OFFICER MAY HAVE TIES TO RADICAL GROUP, POLICE SAY

Click for full story Philadelphia police say they’re looking into a report that the man accused of trying to assassinate a police officer last week had ties to a group with radical beliefs. Police issued a statement Sunday saying a citizen had stopped a Philadelphia police officer on the street and claimed the suspect, Edward Archer, had “an affiliation to a group with radical beliefs.” The statement doesn’t name the group or say where it is located or whether the alleged association is past or present. The tipster told police the group was made up of four people, including Archer, who was the least radical of its members, said John McNesby, the president of the Philadelphia Fraternal Order

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