Police Torched by Molotov Cocktail, Guess What the Note Attached Says Mike Vance July 18, 2016 News Barack Obama will be remembered for many things, mostly not good. Two of the not good include Obamacare, which is a total failure and also putting a target on all police officers across the country. Check out this incident from Daytona Beach, FL. Per News Journal: The Daytona Beach Police Department may have been the target of anti-police backlash early Sunday morning when someone firebombed an unoccupied squad car parked in front of a mosque and left a note near the destroyed vehicle attributing the act to Black Lives Matter. According to Police Chief Mike Chitwood, the incident took place about 2 a.m. That’s when someone set fire to the cruiser parked outside the Islamic Center at 347 S. Keech St. The vehicle was engulfed in flames and destroyed. Chitwood said police found a note at the scene that read “Black Lives Matter A. Sterling P. Castile (Expletive removed) the police.” It was not yet clear exactly what was used to burn the vehicle, but Chitwood said he assumes the culprits used a Molotov cocktail. He said the firebombing caused more than $20,000 in damage to the vehicle. Imam Belal Alzuhiry Shemman, the Islamic Center’s religious leader, could not be reached. One resident who lives in the area and asked not to be identified said via email that by the time fire units arrived the car was already in flames. “We were in bed and I heard a ‘boom’ noise. It sounded like a window being broken and I thought it could be someone trying to break into my boyfriend’s car. So I looked out the window and didn’t see anyone near his car then I looked left and saw the police car was on fire,” the person wrote. “The police car has been parked there since the Orlando shootings. They move it every now and then but it’s always empty. My boyfriend called 911 and it took so long before they got there that by the time they did the entire car was covered in fire. It took a bit to get the fire out.” How disgusting is this? This comes just after three officers were killed in Baton Rouge. Which was only a week after the five cops were shot and killed in Dallas, TX.