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Ladies who look kind of homely and are easily influenced by men should be on the lookout because Kwame Kilpatrick is back on the streets as a free man:

City Official A, with a thick beard, longer hair and noticeably less weight, regained his freedom this morning.

It was a little after 12:30 a.m. when Kwame Kilpatrick walked from the Wayne County Jail a short way down one of the grimmest streets in Detroit to a clean, dark Chevy Suburban with “Mr. Muhammad” written in small script on the back.

Kilpatrick was subdued and uncharacteristically quiet. He said nothing to the waiting news media. Other than brother-in-law Daniel Ferguson, there appeared to be no family members present, just a civilian security team of self-important, well-dressed men who acted like cops, two lawyers and perhaps a dozen supporters.

“Keep your head up, baby boy,” someone yelled.

“Looking good,” another person called out.

“Kwame, Kwame,” a couple of people chanted.

Willie Gary, a new Kilpatrick lawyer from Florida, stood in the doorway of the Andrew C. Baird Detention Center and made a short statement.

“He wants to talk to everybody. At the proper time he will do that,” Gary said. “He wants to get home to his mom and his family.”

What’s next for Kwame, y’all?  He obviously has what it takes to be grimy as sh*t.  Perhaps a career as a defense attorney would put his talents to use, and the “D” sure has the clientele.




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