An Atlanta mayoral candidate who voted to defund millions of dollars from the local police department’s budget reportedly had his car stolen by a group of young thieves this week.

City Council Member Antonio Brown had just gotten out of his white Mercedes coupe to speak to fellow community leader Ben Norman in northwest Atlanta’s Dixie Hills community Wednesday when he spotted four or five kids — the youngest only 6 or 7, WAGA-TV reported.

Atlanta councilman Antonio Brown, who voted to defund police, has car stolen

A bunch of kids made this guy their bitch and stole his ride. But wait, there is more:

No honor among thieves apparently.

And this is the only appropriate comment I have now.


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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

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  1. Hey Miggy;

    Yes I am enjoying the karma, and the *Yuuts* should have kept his car or trashed it before leaving it, I live south of the Atlanta area, so I enjoyed it immensely but unfortunately this clown probably will get elected anyway..

    P.S. Don’t delete me I’m legit I am not spam, LOL

  2. Just watched a video from on YouTube with a guy that runs a valet service in Atlanta. He said this is getting extreeeeemly common in that area now. People get out to go back into their house, go talk to someone, run into the Stop-N-Rob and leave their cars running. Some big name rapper just got his Ranger River stolen while he was pumping gas into it in Buckhead.

    As for the fraud charge . . . can you hold any high up elected office in a major city and *not* be under investigation for fraud of some sort?

  3. Why do people get out of their cars and leave them running with the door open. When I park I shut off the car and lock the doors.
    Also in reference to Ragnar_D it is my understanding that in many cities an indictment for corruption is a requirement for public offices.

  4. I’m sure the Atlanta Police Department are going to be sparing no efforts to locate Councilman Brown’s car. A whole task force.

  5. “…refused to press charges”. Well, give the dude credit for consistency. He supports criminals over honest people, and sticks with that support even when personally confronted with crime.

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