New Orleans Man Murdered Right After Show Airs Showing Him Snitching
Even his friends in the hood know better than being bare faced on TV talking greasy like Brice Parker did. Shortly after a show aired showing a drug bust in his home and him snitching… Brice was murdered:
“A Mid-City man is dead after being killed inside his residence Tuesday morning, but it wasn’t the only brush he’s had with crime at his home. That home was also featured on national television hours earlier in a previously recorded drug bust. The bust at 325 North Miro Street earlier this year is what aired on Spike TV’s “Undercover Stings” Monday night, and that address also belonged to Brice Parker, who was killed in the Mid-City home. New Orleans Police say they are trying to find Parker’s killer. Neighbors and friends of Parker, tell WGNO News the 45-year-old’s on-air dialogue with police could have come back to haunt him this morning. “He was telling them where the man had drugs on him and where (the drugs were) hid,” said an anonymous woman, who says she is was a friend of Parker’s. “He said he just got off of a charge, or something and he couldn’t go back to jail. I heard it on TV”, she said. The NOPD couldn’t say whether they thought the murder had any connection to the drug bust months ago or the show’s airing of it Monday night. Neighbors said the bust took place in January, a claim the NOPD couldn’t confirm. A request for comment is in to the producers of “Undercover Stings”. According to Spike TV’s website, the show airs Monday nights from 9 to 10PM, and then again two hours later. Brice Parker was killed at 1AM Tuesday. Anyone with information on his murder is urged to call Crimestoppers at 822-1111. He got caught snitching on National TV two hours later hes dead Its sad man police dont care about people’s safety.”
Turn the page for the report and for Brice’s friends saying they know why he was killed.
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Should the TV show take some kind of responsibility for this?