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Chris Brown Pays $8 Million for Ariel Castro’s Bail - Hoax Analysis Chris Brown Pays $8 Million for Ariel Castro’s Bail - Hoax Analysis Hot

Chris Brown Pays $8 Million for Ariel Castro’s Bail - Hoax Analysis

Story: 

Singer Chris Brown paid Ariel Castro's bail today, saying the Cleveland kidnapper is a "misunderstood figure" who is being unfairly treated by the criminal justice system.
Castro was arraigned yesterday on charges of kidnapping and rape stemming from his abduction and decade-long captivity of three local women who escaped from his home earlier this week.
His bond was set at $8 million in an effort to ensure he remained locked up during his trial. Castro got some unexpected help today, however, when a lawyer for Brown arrived in Cleveland and put up the 10% deposit required for his release.
"I just wanted to help a brother out," says Brown, who is noted for his misogynistic life philosophy, "this Castro guy is a complicated figure, and not all he did was bad. I got cash to spare, so why not?
"So far these are just allegations. He hasn't been convicted of anything. And even if we assume he's guilty, these charges have been way overblown by the media."

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According to legal experts, Brown paying $800,000 in bail doesn't guarantee Castro's release. Prosecutors may charge Castro with additional crimes in hopes of increasing his bail and preventing that outcome. 
"There's no way we're letting him out," says one source close to the prosecution, "No matter how much money Chris Brown puts up, we'll think of something."
But in an exclusive interview, Brown says keeping Castro behind bars indefinitely would be a mistake.
"No one has heard his side of the story," he explains. "He gave those three young ladies free food, clothing, and room and board for 10 years. That's like a $100,000 value each. You never hear the media talk about that.
"Look, I don't agree with everything he did. Some of these allegations are just terrible. But no one's talking about the possibility that this all could have been a setup.
"In my experience, you can't trust females. I don't care if it's your wifey or just some ho you meet at a club - women always be lying. We don't know what really happened. We're just listening to what the media wants us to hear."
Indeed it is Brown's own history of negative media coverage which he claims drives his sympathy or Castro.
"I know what its like for the media to take one tiny little domestic dispute and blow it all out of proportion," he points out. "So I got your back Ariel. Don't let them females get you down brother."
Brown's attorney, Saul Goodman of Albuquerque, N.M., says he will also be henceforth representing Castro at Brown's expense.
"It's gonna be challenging," says Goodman, "but I'm used to dealing with some rough characters."

Hoax or Fact:

Hoax.

Analysis:

The message suggests that the popular American singer Chris Brown has paid $8 million for Ariel Castro's bail, sympathizing with the criminal. It is not a fact, the message is a satirical and fictional article written in The Daily Currant newspaper.

Ariel Castro is the man charged in USA for holding three women in captivity in Cleveland and raping them for almost a decade. On 09 May 2013, it was reported that Ariel Castro was held on $8 million bail for the kidnappings. In other unrelated news on 10 May 2013, it was reported that singer Chris Brown and Rihanna were accusing each other on Twitter for playing the field. These two singers were always classified by the media as on-again off-again couple. Way back in February 2009, Chris Brown pleaded guilty for assaulting Rihanna. We believe that these two stories were mixed up together to create an interesting, satirical story.

The Daily Currant news are NOT real. The about us information on their website clearly mentions this:

Q. Are your news stories real?

A. No. Our stories are purely fictional. However they are meant to address real-world issues through satire and often refer and link to real events happening in the world

This story went viral through Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites, also because of those online news reports that do not check for the validity of news. The message is a hoax, singer Chris Brown did not pay $8 million for Ariel Castro’s bail, and neither did he sympathize with him. The message is simply a fictional, satirical article.

References:

Chris Brown Pays Ariel Castro’s Bail
Ariel Castro held on $8 million bail for Cleveland kidnappings
Jealous Chris Brown and Rihanna rage at each other in toxic Twitter exchange as they accuse each other of playing the filed
Singer Chris Brown pleads guilty to assaulting Rihanna

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