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From Philly.com

Philadelphia police are investigating threats directed toward the president of a black officers league after her organization accused the now-disabled Web site Domelights.com of hosting racist material.

After the Guardian Civic League sued Domelights last week in federal court, several postings on the site attacked league president Rochelle Bilal.

One said she “deserves to be gang-raped.”

Bilal, a sworn officer who works in narcotics intelligence, has been assigned officers from the dignitary protection unit to guard her during the investigation.

Two uniformed officers accompanied Bilal Wednesday night at a meeting at Guardian Civic League headquarters.

The investigation is to “determine if the threat requires any further police action,” said Lt. Frank Vanore, a police spokesman.

Domelights, which is administered by a police sergeant, had been a public forum until this week, when access was restricted to registered users.

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