June 27, 2007, - 7:26 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
NBA millionaire and frequent indictee/defendant/arrestee Chris Webber is exhibiting his collection of “artifacts” at Detroit’s Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History.
But several artifacts from his collection are missing, including these (all of which are detailed here):
* Webber’s federal indictment for lying under oath;
* Webber’s long arrest sheet for drug, rape, and fraud charges;
* Webber’s guilty plea and sentencing documents from federal court;
* Gambling ring chief Ed Martin’s dual set of books noting hundreds of thousands of dollars of “loans” to Webber when he was an “amateur” University of Michigan basketball player;
* the bag of marijuana found in Webber’s bag at a Puerto Rican airport;
* Webber’s Lincoln Navigator with secret compartments to hide illegal drugs and devices to obscure and hide license plates;
* Webber’s driver’s license–the one he refused to show to a police officer, whom he then slapped, and from whom he fled (in the Navigator) during a traffic stop.
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