City of Brotherly Love: Thieves Steal Another Wheelchair From A Disabled Person in Philadelphia

Just days after we discussed the low-lives who stole a wheelchair and dog from a disabled man in Philadelphia (here), it has happened again. An eight-year-old boy who suffers from cerebral palsy had his wheelchair stolen when he went into his home briefly with his nurse.

Jahzir Walker needs the specialized wheelchair, which monitors his breathing and carries oxygen tanks.

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10 thoughts on “City of Brotherly Love: Thieves Steal Another Wheelchair From A Disabled Person in Philadelphia”

  1. Swartmore Mom,

    Wasn’t that part plot of the movie “Adventures in Baby Sitting” with Elisabeth Shue.

    Have fun and congratulations to you and your family on your daughters gradation. I know you all must be proud.

  2. Going to Philly on Wednesday for graduation. Plan to stay out of West Philadelphia. Husband got lost there once so I have been there.

  3. “Forget about your … brotherly love … what you need is motherly love … c’mon and get it now … motherly love …

    [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-hqdgAwu7I&hl=en_US&fs=1&]

  4. I’ll go with chains and concrete shoes, just to make sure.

    Can’t the manufacturers put Lo-Jacks on these things?

  5. Can you say, swim with the fishies in chains. These folks need to be spoken to by my cousin Vido. Maybe he can talk some sense into the ass wipes.

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