Hundreds of headstones are vandalized at the Jewish cemetery, located in Northeast section of the Philadelphia, PA, at the end of February 2017. The days after the Feb. 27th, 2017 discovery hundreds of volunteers help to clean up and map gravestones. The old cemetery shows signs of years of neglect.
Putting on a different hat is all it takes for one local man to create front-row access to future (and past) presidents.
Wear a red “Make America Great Again” hat and blend in with Trump supporters. Put on a green “Mexico” cap and watch vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine speak from only a few feet away.
At various political rallies in Pennsylvania over the past month, I spotted Jonathan Lee Riches wearing different “hats,” claiming to be a Muslim supporter for Trump at one rally and a Muslim for Clinton at an other.
Jonathan Lee Riches, a West Chester man of 39 and former federal prisoner, describes himself in social media profiles as a truth-seeking sleuth. In this quest he has filed thousands of lawsuits and open-record requests. Many of them are unfruitful.