Ratchet Mom And Dad Who Graffitied Racial Slurs On Their Lunenburg Home So Their Biracial Son Could Go To Leominster Got Everything They Wanted, And If You Questioned Them You Are Racist
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Editor’s Note: We are reblogging this story from November 2013 because of the Adam Jones racial slur incident at Fenway Park. The mainstream media and SJWs have called anyone who questioned the truthfulness of Adam Jones’ allegations a racist. Because we must take all allegations of racism at face value. But this is what happens when you do that. In Lunenburg in 2013 the mother and father of a biracial 8th grade football player spray painted racist graffiti on her own house, and made it look like her son’s teammates did it. The school was forced to apologize, and the Thanksgiving Day game was cancelled. More than anything the town, and especially the players, were forever labeled as racists. This isn’t harmless, and allegations of racism should be taken seriously and investigated. So when people ask, “why would Adam Jones lie?” This is why. Because some people are just assholes.
LUNENBURG — Investigators are focusing on the mother of a Lunenburg teen whose home was spray painted with racist graffiti last month, according to court documents. Former Lunenburg High School football player Isaac Phillips’ mother Andrea Brazier, replied “OK” when an FBI agent suggested she was the one who spray painted graffiti on the house, according to an affidavit. Police obtained a search warrant for instruments pertaining to the crime of defacing property, as well as paperwork containing Brazier’s handwriting. After a 90 minute search, police took the following from the home: five live rounds of ammunition, one can of Krylon Indoor/Outdoor spray paint and one can of Krylon Fusion spray paint.
Police requested the search warrant on the grounds that Brazier refused to cooperate with the police investigation and made false statements misleading investigators throughout the investigation. On Monday, Nov. 18, FBI agents observed two burnt aerosol cans in a fire pit outside the home, according to the affidavit. The boy’ father, Anthony Phillips, first told authorities the cans were Rust-Oleum spray paint used during a living room renovation project. Then he changed his story twice, first explaining he did a construction job on a blue house but that the spray paint in question was white and later saying the cans contained Flex Seal used to fix house gutters.
On Monday, Nov. 25, police asked Brazier to come to the Lunenburg Police Station to meet with investigators. When Brazier arrived she started the conversation by telling police “she was done with the whole incident.” She said she had painted over the graffiti and she no longer wanted to participate in the police investigation, saying she could not sleep at night and the events were “ripping her family apart.” When police told Brazier that they had no leads and would have to re-start the investigation, Brazier said her son was thriving in his new school and repeated that she wanted the investigation to end.
During this conversation an FBI agent told Brazier that the reason she wanted the investigation to stop was because she was the one who spray painted the graffiti on the house. Brazier replied, “OK.” When Brazier was asked if her husband or son spray painted the graffiti she said, “No.” Brazier was emotionally upset and crying and told authorities they “did not understand,” according to the affidavit.
As Brazier was leaving the police station following the questioning she told Lunenburg Police Det. Jeffrey Thibodeau “that she had to talk to [her husband] first and then she would call” Thibodeau back. An hour later, investigators went to the Brazier residence to follow-up and were confronted by the father at the home’s front steps, who said he “needed time to absorb all of this, it was too much, and he needed to protect his family.”
Isaac Phillips, and eighth grader, is biracial, and the spray painted message said “Knights don’t need n******.” A few days after the graffiti was reported, Superintendent of Schools Loxi Jo Calmes said Lunenburg High would forfeit all remaining football games for the season, including their Thanksgiving Eve game.
The fact that this was an inside job makes my head want to explode. I can’t even really fathom that this all happened. The FBI wasted its time looking into this. It was a national story and put some 13 year old kid and his completely innocent teammates at the center of a gigantic racial controversy. They held a freaking candlelight vigil. They cancelled their final two football games, including Thanksgiving, and the seniors on Lunenburg’s football team most likely aren’t gonna be playing at Florida State next year. That’s it for them. And it was all a huge lie. And had someone questioned it and suggested that the parents did it, they would be the racists.
Since the mother was obviously responsible for this hoax, that means this entire thing was a
well-thought-out scheme, whose ultimate end game resulted in her son playing football for Leominster High School next year. She knew she wanted him to be a Blue Devil, but since they don’t take many school choice kids she had to find a way to get him in. So one night it must’ve all just clicked in her head – “Wait a minute, since my son is 1/4 black, and everyone else in this town is white like me, what if I spray paint racial slurs on my own house, call the police and media, blame it all on the football team, have a candlelight vigil, and get Leominster to feel bad for us and take our son into their school system?”
It wasn’t a bad scheme on paper, she just forgot a couple of important rules. Like for one thing, don’t burn the evidence in the front yard’s makeshift fire pit. And if you do for whatever reason decide to do this, make sure you don’t keep the charred remains there when the FBI is coming over. And also, sit down with your husband and figure out a mutual story about the spray cans so you don’t make the police think that you think that they’re complete freaking morons. Police hate it when you treat them like they’re morons.
Dad is a real piece of shit too though. Here’s what he said a couple months after the FBI basically said that him and his wife did it:
“It’s unfortunate the community we live in hasn’t shown its support and has shown their true colors. The past few months have been very difficult for my family. It’s unfortunate the community we live in hasn’t shown its support and has shown their true colors.”
The nerve of this chud. The community is supposed to support you after you tried to make them all look bad by spray painting your own house? Fuck out of here. The past few months have been tough? How bout the seniors who you robbed of a final two games? Fuck them, right?
And here he is standing in front of the school committee, demanding that the game be cancelled:
Knowing all along that him and his wife were responsible. What a buttnugget. Although the dead giveaway was his outfit:
You’re a grown ass man wearing an Echo Unlimited hoodie. Nuff said.
But why wouldn’t he lie? It all worked out perfectly. Their kid got to go to Leominster, and by the looks of his Facebook page, he still plays for them now. In other words, lying about racism pays off, and there’s no repercussions if you’re caught. But yea, why would Adam Jones lie? Can’t figure that one out.
Meanwhile Big Momma just didn’t have what it takes to be involved in a federal conspiracy. I’m surprised she got almost three weeks out of this before caving. I mean, there were some serious planning issues. Not only did she not get rid of the evidence, she obviously didn’t know what a big deal this was gonna be. Ironically at the same time, she wanted it to be a big deal so that her kid could go to Leominster. Here’s how she pictured this two part plan thing going down apparently:
- Write racial slurs on my own house, blame them on football team, attract police and media attention, get son into Leominster.
- After son gets into Leominster everything magically ends. Police leave without finding out who did, no one asks any questions, life goes back to normal.
Shame on me for not seeing right through this one. There were so many telltale signs:
- The graffiti appeared on the foundation of the house. If you’re gonna spray paint racial slurs all over the home of some kid you hate, why would you be so careful not to damage the siding of the house?
- Trying to get rid of all the black players in your town sounds like a really ineffective way to build a winning football team. Just sayin. According to Dad he’s a great player. Why would the kids at Lunenburg want to get rid of this star player? Do they like losing? Doesn’t make any sense.
- The Dad said that his son was being picked on because he was the best player on the team and the older kids were jealous. That reeks of helicopter parenting. And helicopter parents will do ANYTHING for their kids. ANYTHING.
- When the FBI rolled into town and they hadn’t solved the case in 24 hours it was a dead giveaway that the parents did it. They questioned the whole football team. No way an entire team full of high school kids can keep a secret like that from the feds. If the FBI can get Whitey Bulger to rat, they can get a bunch of high school kids to crack. The fact that none of them did should’ve been a red flag.
- The parents were so insistent on him transferring to Leominster. But why Leominster? I’m sure Leominster is a fine school with good teachers, but it’s not exactly an Ivy League preparatory high school. Lunenburg is also next to Harvard MA, home of the Bromfield School, one of the top academic schools in the state. They don’t have a football team though – Leominster does. If you haven’t seen the Blue Devils play football, you’re missing out. Although they were upset in the CMASS Championship by St. John’s, they were simply unstoppable this year. They ROLLED over Lowell, Shepherd Hill, Worcester Doherty, Nashoba, and every other team that attempted to play with them. Lunenburg? Not so much. Any parent who puts academics first wants to keep their kid in Lunenburg and OUT of Leominster, since test scores are much higher at Lunenburg. If you want your kid to leave the higher achieving school district so he can play on a superior football team then you’re a ratchet ass parent.
Meanwhile she was sharing pictures like this on her Facebook page:
Oh, and how bout the fact that this lady basically made her son think the Klan was after him?He’s just going about his business and then wakes up one day and the “N” word is spray painted all over his house. Unbeknownst to him, his white mother did it, but lets her son live with the false fear that there are people in their own town who hate him so much because he’s black that they’re willing to trespass on and violate their home with racial slurs. That won’t scare the shit out of a kid or anything.
Anyway, karma is a bitch. And from the looks of it Anthony Phillips and Andrea Brazier are no longer together, as he’s traded her in for a younger product:
Pretty sure this chick is only a couple grades ahead of his son. Hope she’s down for some race hoaxes, or else he’s gonna miss his down ass bitch back home. It’s cool thought because he’s in love:
It’s cool though, because he’s a balla:
Grown ass man flashing hundred dollar bills. Nothing shady about that. Perfectly normal.
Oh, and in the least surprising turn of events ever, Anthony Phillips is one of those people who gets outraged over everything and boycotts businesses that use satire. Like when he said he wanted to kick the shit out of this pizza place employee in Florida because he wore a “Black Olives Matter” shirt:
What are the odds this guy would affiliate himself with another fraudulent organization (BLM) whose entire organization revolved around a lie called “hands up don’t shoot”?
The bottom line is these parents should be in jail and lose custody of their kid, who should never, ever be allowed to play football for any school except Lunenburg. He benefitted from a lie. A lie that severely damaged the reputation of innocent people. So who’s gonna pay back the taxpayers for the hours and hours of man power that were wasted on their hoax? Oh, that’s right – no one. They got everything they wanted, their lives were not affected, and the town was permanently damaged. Remember this the next time someone tells you that you can’t ask questions about a story that seems to unreal to be true.
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