Skip to comments.Men charged with beating man to death for scratching car
Posted on 07/22/2010 10:05:35 AM PDT by afraidfortherepublic
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“She writes exceptionally poorly.”
Good thing she has auto-spellcheck. Otherwise, it’d be far worse.
Dunham? One of barry al-hussein's people?
If you'll simply carefully read it, two or three times, and insinuate what she might be trying to express, it's as clear as a bell.
A GREAT argument for carrying a piece everywhere you go (I know, it’s Chicago).
Your kitten is observing you till it gets big enough to eat you.
The perp made his lack of humanity into an art form.
Edward Brown and Steven Fox, 26, a rapper known as "Sincere the Realist," sent the 46-year-old victim into coma and eventually his death... Brown is a family friend of Larry Brown, who died on July 7 from the injuries... Larry Brown didn't even realize he scratched Fox's car when he drove by the two men sitting in the car in a nearby alley. So he continued to park in front of his home... The other two men, who followed Larry Brown, started yelling at him before striking his head and body with their fists... Larry Brown's sleeping parents were roused by the commotion, and his father ran outside, begging the men to stop... But they continued, justifying their actions by showing the older man the scratch on Fox's car... Larry Brown eventually lost consciousness on the sidewalk, and Fox and Edward Brown fled the scene... He suffered blunt head trauma, according to an autopsy by the Cook County Medical Examiner's Office. Defense attorney E. Powell Dunham argued that the men walked Larry Brown home to his parents and that he had no injuries at the time. He also said Larry Brown's father agreed his son was wrong to nick Fox's car and asked the men to give him an estimate of the damage... Edward Brown... is currently on parole for a 2008 drug conviction. He has five additional felony drug convictions. Fox, of Glendale Heights, is a rapper "straight from the West Side of Chicago," ...his CDs "The Realist Behind Bars" and "The Realist In The Game."I'm really glad I'm not a family friend.
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