Get the word out & let the hunt begin
aka the "City of Brother love"
I cannot believe people stood by an watched and did
at 7:15 p.m. at the iconic Geno's Steaks located at 1200 South 9th St., violence
broke out between hockey fans. Three unknown males wearing Philadelphia Flyers jerseys
paid a homeless man to spray two New York Rangers fans with
some kind of cleaning substance, according to MyFoxPhilly.com. After an altercation, they then
began sucker-punching them and pummeling them as they lay on the ground.
According to NBC's New York affiliate, one of the injured Rangers fans was an
off-duty New Jersey police officer and former Marine who was awarded a Purple
Heart in Iraq.
Neal Auricchio, 30, has worn the uniforms of the Marine Corps and the Woodbridge
Police Department, but it appeared to be his Rangers hockey jersey that made him
a target of the attack earlier this week.
If you have any information about this , call South Detective Division at
Not all Philly fans are animals, spirited yes, animals no
don't let a few lowlife scumbags ruin your reputation
Hockey fans are better this, no matter the team
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