William Bradley, a 46-year-old Connecticut man, was lately arrested after he allegedly posted a video of himself on YouTube giving viewers a tour of his “Hope Backyard.” After all, by “Hope Backyard” he meant marijuana farm.
Within the video, Bradley claims his crops are for his most cancers, which is terminal, and asks for donations so he can provide away his extra weed to assist these not enrolled within the state’s medical marijuana program. And there’s a whole lot of extra weed to offer away.
Sadly for Bradley, the video didn’t appeal to the sort of like-minded folks he hoped it will. The New York Daily News reports that police noticed the video and arrested him for possession of narcotics with the intent to promote, possession of drug paraphernalia and working a drug manufacturing facility. Monitoring him down didn’t precisely take the work of a grasp detective both: He was super-helpful in that division by offering his P.O. Field handle within the video.
Bradley was finally launched on $5,000 bond after his arraignment and says the police didn’t discover his marijuana backyard within the raid. Authorities declare they did discover a entire lot of different goodies although: particularly, 2 kilos of weed, 20 grams of cannabis, 2 luggage of cocaine and drug paraphernalia in a storage unit.
As Bradley says in his video, “God has gifted me with an abundance and it’s greater than I would like.” Too unhealthy the Almighty didn’t present him with sufficient widespread sense to at the least set his YouTube video to personal.