Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Man Wears A How To Make Crack Sweatshirt To Court

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Christopher Patterson, 25, appeared last Friday in a Fort Lauderdale courtroom for a hearing in his felony narcotics case. As seen in the adjacent photo snapped by a lawyer who alerted to his wardrobe choice, Patterson’s colorful sweatshirt carried the slogan “Stack Paper Say Nothing” and included drawings--baking soda, spoons, an open flame--indicating the procedure to cook up a batch of crack (which results, of course, in a stack of bills).

Patterson’s lawyer, Joshua Rydell, declined to answer questions about his client’s narcotics case or his choice of court attire (which came with a zipper pull in the shape of a handgun).


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