Stay Classy Dad
Channel 7 has obviously been taken over by some obscure white supremacist sect, what with actually reporting a gang of black teens terrorized a white mother and her kids and then this I-Team investigation:
- The father of 7-year-old Amari Brown spends a lot of time on Facebook; many of the photos and videos on his page appear to advertise packaged marijuana that is offered for delivery and large quantities of cash - mostly $100 bills.
Despite Antonio Brown's 45 arrests and 12 convictions - most for cocaine and heroin crimes - he and his attorney maintain that he was not the intended target when his son was shot and killed.
[...] Brown and his attorney downplay the gang ties. But his Facebook page, under the name Nephew Booboo, feature what appears to be a thriving marijuana business with coded ads and prices for marijuana and for pills.
The site features videos of Brown smoking and dozens of pictures of packages typical of what would be delivered for street sale with a request for delivery information via Facebook mail; $15-25 and the claim "I'm delivering." One crisp photo shows a marijuana cigarette in the works.
And after all the time his attorney spent calling McCarthy a bully and that Antonio's arrests were mostly for traffic charges and all sort of other lies, there goes Channel 7 undercutting the liberal narrative that dear old dad had almost nothing to do with bullets flying down the 1100 block of North Harding. We certainly hope the lawyer was charging by the hour - and got paid in advance - because that narrative she was spinning just went up in a cloud of weed smoke.