A Washington Post reporter who has come under criticism for overly sympathetic stories to Michael Brown had his license suspended and then lied about it, Gotnews.com has learned.
Lowery is famous for having been questioned by Ferguson police department with Huffington Post reporter Ryan J. Reilly and way overhyping what actually happened.
Here’s a copy of that driving record. The stop says that Lowery isn’t black but Asiatic, Indian, and Arab as well as white.
It is not known if Lowery was committing a tax dodge by failing to register in DC where he now lives.
Lowery tried to dismiss the suspension of his license.
@icwhatudo and/or driving a rental. Huge scoop: a speeding ticket
— Wesley Lowery (@WesleyLowery) November 30, 2014
Lowery insisted that he would change his registration once his license expired but he has been illegally driving ever since he moved to work at the Washington Post and perhaps since he drove for the Boston Globe.
He’s still driving on Kentucky license plates in 2014.
Lowery, 24, is listed at living at his parents in Shaker Heights, OH.
It looks like Lowery flouted the law when he moved to D.C., too.
Lowery wrote a controversial article about Michael Brown’s raps in which Lowery stated that Brown was rapping about Jesus. In fact Brown was rapping about violence against women and race.
Lowery is also obsessed with race. He smeared Politico as not friendly to blacks and demanded that they release their diversity numbers.
Lowery’s flouting of the law might explain his overt friendliness in his reporting about Michael Brown as well as reportedly joining the protests at Ferguson.
They both like to break the law.
— Ryan J. Reilly (@ryanjreilly) November 17, 2014