Sister wants justice after brother's shooting death

An innocent bystander, Graydon Wesley Brown, was shot and later died after a gang-related shooting at a Tulsa Best Buy. His sister says he was a devoted husband and father.

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aleman - 7/17/2012 4:04 PM
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He would blame it on the police or an oppresive society or some crap like they always do.The fact of the matter is that trillions of dollars are pumped into these underprivileged areas nationwide and I believe things are worse now than ever,as long as they have someone to blame ,things will get worse.

rockerman - 7/17/2012 5:22 AM
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aleman - 7/16/2012 2:51 PM
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Actually having a job has a lot to do with it.Grow up,buy some pants that fit,throw away the crack pipe,get a job,take care of your family,root hog or die ,it's life.Sweat of the brow...just the way it is.Let the rap singer,gangbanger wet dream go.Men in their 30s still playing this childs game,disgusting.

cattleokie - 7/16/2012 12:08 PM
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This shooting DOES NOT have anything to do with how old you are or if you have a job. The police do there job then the justice system gives these LOW LIFES a slap on the wrist & lets them out of prison in a very SHORT prison time. What the system needs to do is to make there time in jail PURE HELL so they will never want to go back there again. We also need to get a different president in the white house so we can start to get our economy back where it needs to be. NOVEMBER 6th 2012 VOTE IN A NEW PRESIDENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

kindagreywolf - 7/16/2012 10:54 AM
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The TPD is frantically searching facebook for any leads.

aleman - 7/16/2012 3:15 AM
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I wouldn't expect a selfish coward to turn himself in.What petty difference was worth the life of innocent bystanders?At what point are you to old to be a gangbanger and need to go get a job?
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