Friday, October 24, 2014

Stay classy, Michael Brown family

So dead thug Mike Brown's grandmother and cousin were just peacefully selling Mike Brown t-shirts and other merchanidise in the parking lot of a Ferguson, MO. BBQ restaurant when a car pulled up and several people, including Mike Brown's mother, Lesley McSpadden, jumped out and began cursing the "entreprenuers" and warning them that they could not sell Mike Brown swag. (In all fairness, this is reportedly the same cousin that had the concession to sell the T-shirts at Brown's funeral, so perhaps he just didn't understand that the permission was time-limited.) Apparently someone them demanded that McSpadden prove that she had a "patent" that would preclude anyone else from selling Dead Thug brand clothing and other souveniers, at which point, a member of her entourage attacked the cousin with a metal pipe. They then stole a box of cash and some of the swag before they all jumped back in the McSpadden-mobile and took off.

Police investigating assault and theft following argument between Brown family relatives

And people wonder why "Big Mike" turned out to be such a low-life.

Of course now McSpadden is telling the news that she was only trying to make sure that everyone only remembers Big Mike "for all the good that he did" (like beating that shop owner and attacking that police officer, I guess) but if that was the case, why steal the money and why won't McSpadden tell the police who the pipe-wielding cousin-beater is? She's apparently refusing to cooperate with police on that score, even though the cousin was beat badly enough to require medical attention.

Looks like the apple doesn't fall from from the tree in Ferguson, or in this case, the turd doesn't fall far from the outhouse.

The refusual of the prosecutor to bring charges against Officer Darren Wilson will be so sweet after months of this sort of circus antics.

6 comments:

  1. Sounds like such a lovely family.....not!

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  2. Thug is as Thug does!

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  3. +1 on Juvat, and I'm betting DOJ still goes after him for a civil rights violation... sigh

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  4. You just can't make this stuff up.

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  5. This says it all

    Looks like the apple doesn't fall from from the tree in Ferguson, or in this case, the turd doesn't fall far from the outhouse.

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  6. Old NFO, it's not beyond the realm of imagination that the current DOJ Administration would want a show trial if possible. The problem is enough information's leaking out to preclude or hinder such intent. Even more interesting is the medias fickleness in moving away from the Ferguson incident. Of course once outsiders go in to riot again once the GJ renders its verdict that'll change.

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