|You can't fix stupid!|
Gotta to be one of the most dumbest criminals in the country. Dupree Johnson is a convicted felon. He was charged with burglary, grand theft, aggravated assault and possession with a firearm. You have no business being in possession of a firearm.
But what does the fool end up with?
And guess where he posted it?
Of course if you're Black with a gun, the cops swarm in on you. Say if you're a White guy and happen to be a devout listener of conservative talk radio and you happen to be a felon with firearms. I bet it will take a mass shooting or a plot that may involve an attack on an individual before the junk food media covers it.
Anyways the social networking websites could be the downfall of those who post embarrassing photos. A woman was forced to resign from her job as a Christian schoolteacher after it was revealed that she posed topless and someone emailed those to a "revenge porn" website.
A woman who claimed that she was not tipped because she was gay, posted the receipt online and it went viral. The woman was going on the national circuit and collecting donations from those who had empathy for her. But it was revealed that the people who allegedly refused to tip her, told the junk food media that she was tipped and they have the proof. The woman had to recant her story and was immediately fired upon the news.
Now this Dupree Johnson will probably get some time in the federal time out after he posted on Instagram about his personal hobbies. One includes himself holding a firearm. Going against his probation and giving law enforcement credence to throw his ass in the iron college.
Authorities quickly issued a search warrant for Johnson's home in Lake Worth, Fla.
Deputies not only discovered a Glock underneath his bedspread and a stolen -- and loaded -- Tec-9 9mm pistol, but also $250,000 worth of stolen jewelry, electronics and and firearms, Miami New Times reported.
Investigators believe that Johnson may have been one of several people responsible for as many as 40 burglaries in 55-and-older communities in Boynton Beach, Fla., according to CBS12.com.