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Tuesday, 15 September 2009

Amos Brown believes that he has been targeted by the Money Green Gang, a group of youths from the Meadow Gardens housing complex


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Amos Brown believes that he has been targeted by the Money Green Gang, a group of youths from the Meadow Gardens housing complex who have alleged ties to the notorious Bloods street gang. The Money Green Gang is known for drug dealing and suspected in multiple shootings in the city, according to an affidavit for Troy Davis, who was arrested by Norwalk police Tuesday on drug charges.Hunt was allegedly associated with the gang and his friend, alleged Money Green Gang member Corey Young, was convicted of stabbing Johnson, according to court documents.Brown said the gang violence has made AJ's life intolerable and prevented him from furthering his education in public schools. AJ has been confined to his room inside of Brown's Orchard Street home since his acquittal."I keep thinking they will come here, and it's a nasty feeling," said Robertson, who lives in Bridgeport but visits Norwalk often to see her son. "I'm shocked by a lot of this. I used to change the Pampers on some of these kids."Leaving their lives in Norwalk behind has been rough on AJ and his father as they separate from strong bonds in the community, but it's the right decision, Brown said.AJ simply commented that he didn't want to move, but his girlfriend, Shanteria Cosby, said she understands the reasons behind his need to relocate."They really need to move," she said. "There's too much drama here."Robertson still has grown children and grandchildren in the area, preventing her from moving with Brown and her son. She said parting with AJ will be difficult for her, but she realizes a change is necessary."When Amos and AJ go, I won't like it, but there's nothing I can do at this point. AJ hasn't even finished high school yet," she said. "He can't go out to school, and no one will come here to educate him. He has another chance at life."Amos spent late August and early September tying up loose ends, paying bills and handing over his property management and home improvement business to a friend. "The customers didn't like that I was leaving," he said. "They were very unhappy with what's happening with crime in this town."
While hoisting a go-kart into a U-Haul truck Thursday night, Brown said AJ will have an open field to ride the recreational vehicle on, but he remained cryptic about his future residence."Everybody knows where I'm from," he said, "but they don't know where I'm going."


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