blog post by John Hoff
A commenter on this blog drew these facts, now confirmed, to my attention.
James Early, who was the recipient of an incredibly good plea bargain following the accidental shooting of his baby nephew, did not abide by the rules of probation and became a fugitive in June, click here for earlier story.
That pun with "earlier" was an accident, but now I'm pointing it out.
English majors just can't help themselves, sometimes.
Anyway, the fact he's a fugitive doesn't keep James Early from being active on Facebook. Eight hours ago he asked...
"Who up vamping with me? Lmss." (The letters at the end mean "like my status")
Earlier (there I go again), some nine hours ago, James Early asked, "Who got loud in BP?" (BP is Brooklyn Park, it is the long time understanding of JNS blog that "loud" is a term used for cannabis, as confirmed by Urban Dictionary, as follows:
In response to the "loud" solicitation, a Facebook user called Lilmoe Gotdem Bands said "niggas sleep bd hit me up in da am." (Requires no translation, but note that "bd" is the name James Early uses on Facebook, "James BD'dis BD'dat Early")
Catching wind of this conversation, the mother of the baby victim posted the following on the thread soliciting "loud" in Brooklyn Park.
u fuckin slow as. why would post on fb were you at when u on da run dummy nd u still need to turn urself in. neways call u bum ass brother u now him nd jamie got da shyt they rydin all around anyways.
Incredibly, this seems to translate as follows:
You are not bright. Why would you post on Facebook where you are located when you are a fugitive, dummy, and you still need to turn yourself in? Anyways call your low-quality brother. You know him and Jamie have got what you're looking for and they are out and about in a motor vehicle at the moment, anyway.
One could speculate further on this conversation and the motives of the participants, but at the end of the day James Early remains a fugitive.
Baby Isaac has, however, miraculously made almost a full recovery but still carries a bullet in his body too dangerous to remove.