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Bronson Orlando McNeal - "Thief of Hearts"
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Post Odin 


Odin:

Todays African American Cultural Lesson

"You need Jesus" is a saying in the African American community. Its like saying "You ain't right, meaning you are going down the right path and need to get back on the right path. Of course, it can be taken literally, but in this context I meant it in the former sense.

This concludes the African American Cultural Lesson!

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Post Thief 


Yes, he is most definitely a thief. He promised to repay. He even swore on his mother's, son's, and anyone else's grave that might get his point across. When the money dried up, so did the relationship. And that is what I have to live with (along with the bills). I have documentation of it in case I ever think it wasn't as bad as I remember.

If I were Bronson, I would make sure it was hard to find me too. Why deal with the hassle? I would go by a different name too. This one is tarnished as soon as it is entered into Google.

I wish nothing but riches for the guy. Oh, and maybe a conscience so I get my money back.

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Post RE Annisa's report 


Oh yeah he would swear on his son and his Grandmother he would pay you back. I mean how much lower can one person go? It is amazing and this is what (some of) his family members are proud of. What lowlifes.

He is not hiding that much though, he is quoted in articles about his son and his son mentioned that he now lives in Chicago in one of his posts. If you know his kids name, you and google it. If you don't send me a message.

I am sure he is licking his chops at the possibility of jumping on the gravy train if his son gets to the pro's and I do suspect that if we want to find him, all we have to do is follow his sons trail. He went to all of his campus visits. He cant resist that money or the chance to bask in the sons limelight. U of Michigan is also in the Big 10. You think he can resist watching his son play MN for the little brown jug?

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Post Thanks for the come to Jesus meeting. 


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"You need Jesus" is a saying in the African American community. Its like saying "You ain't right, meaning you are going down the right path and need to get back on the right path. Of course, it can be taken literally, but in this context I meant it in the former sense.


Good to hear you don't take Jesus literally.

I admire your restraint. If it was me, I'd probably be sticking voodoo pins in a little Mcneal doll and putting the video on youtube.

You ever considered writing up the story and submitting it to chick magazines? You could rename you and the thief and just tell the story.


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Post Odin 


I don't recall asking you what I do and dont take seriously and fail to understand why you would think I would care about the opinion of a perfect stranger. I was simply explaining what I mean by the statement "you need Jesus."

Why are we even discussing this. This forum is about Bronson.

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Post Bronson McNeal's Son Hot College Prospect 


http://www.detnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080515/OPINION03/805150306

Apparently the University of Michigan is heavily recruiting Bronson Mcneal's son as a wide receiver. Bronson even went to Ann Arbor with him for a campus visit to the football player factory.

Wonder if Bronson plans to include all the hundreds of thousands of dollars he stole as income on the FAFSA form for scholarship eligibility? Do you suppose U of M realizes that their prize recruit's dad is a professional con man?

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I don't think the recruiters would even care. Personal morality is not a high priority in the world of college and professional athletics.

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I'd generally agree, Hazel. But if you're familiar with the case of basketball whiz OJ Mayo of USC (recently a Top 10 pick in the NBA draft), it can be trouble for a major university if unsavory folks start hanging around your star athletes. Some guy affiliated with a sports agent started hanging around Mayo when he was in high school, funneled him gifts and freebies for years, and now maybe the NCAA will whack USC for the violations of amateur athletics rules. I know ethically they probably don't care, but the penalties in terms of taking away scholarships and bowl eligibility hits college sports programs hard where they live- the ability to recruit future stars and attract attention on television.

This guy described in the thread here wouldn't hesitate a second to latch onto a star athlete or hustle people affiliated with a big time football program, IMHO. Hyenas always follow the lion for the big meal.

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Post Recruiter 


His son accepted a scholarship too the University of Michigan. Yes Dad did go along for his campus visit. I dont think that the sins of the father should be visited upon the son, but at I do wonder how the program would look upon the influence of a known con artist?

I hope the kid is as religious or whatever as he says he is in articles, because he is going to need the strength if he is going to be able to resist the influence of his father. I saw his son recently, good looking kid, but I just felt sorry for him having he parents he does. Well his father at least.

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Post Sept 9 Star Tribune 


Check out the 9/9 Star Trib sports page. It's like Bronson doesn't even exist. There should have been a thank you to the ladies on this page for paying that private school tab.

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Post Bronson speaks 


Check this article and picture out. Bronson says he doesn't like to be quoted because it might take away from his son's spotlight. Or maybe it is because hundreds of women want their money back from the loser.

http://www.gopherhole.com/modules.php?name=News&file=print&sid=860

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Post Spotlight 


Bronson's quotes are worth repeating, considering what phony BS they are coming from him:

"Bronson McNeal, typically does not like to be quoted in articles because he wants the focus to be on his son and his accomplishments, but tonight, he was overcome with joy, It feels real good, you know you did your job, teaching these kids values and how to be respectful, its not only about sports, it applies to life, if you do good things, good things come back to you."

Some values that professional scam artist Bronson must have taught his kids. From afar, of course, since he walked out on them.

Incidentally, his son says he's considering the U of Minnesota for a football career. The Star Tribune's Sid Hartman has mentioned this several times. Hartman's been made aware of Bronson's history, but chooses not to mention it.

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Post What an absolute loser 


I laughed out loud when I read that statement...he wants the focus to be on his son. Yeah father of the year he is!! He has a daughter that he has nothing to do with because her "mother" wouldn't act right!!! (I guess that means using her money to take care of her child not him.)

He likes his son as a person...that is high praise from a confirmed con artist!! Can his son even recall his father having a job? What must it be like to grow up with a man who lives his life that way? Sorry if that kid is as great as they say he is (not just clever image making) it is not because of his parents, there is clearly some divine intervention there. No his son's mom is not responsible for her baby daddies actions, but who lets their kid around such a person?

Thanks for my laugh of the day gals!!!

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I know these 2 types right off the top.
It's always the black guy doing the fat white chic.
It found members of the family.
Sure enough, she lost everything.
The Car, and all house hold.
Why is it you all suck up to total looser talk.
Just can't get enough attention, so you fall hook line and sinker for crap you want to hear
that was never more than BS to begin with.

I see you all on the freeway everyday sitting in the passenger side.
Then you wonder why AIDS is everywhere, because of you.
They got my fat sister too, and she even brags about it.
Why don't you all just stick to cats, and bunny rabbits, and stop the spread of disease.

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Post PhilCat 


Huh??

You need not worry about falling victim to Bronson's game. Being the effective con artist he is, he would know to skip over an illiterate.

To the rest of the ladies on this board, do you have any idea what this person said?

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Post I have no idea 


what PhilCat is trying to say. I was going to reply but how to reply to such incoherent thinking.

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I understand it pretty well. It's anger. I speak it every now and again.

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Post McNeal Heading For Clemson 


The top high school football senior in Minnesota, Breck wide receiver McNeal, announced his decision to play for Clemson next season during the fourth quarter of Saturday's U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio.

McNeal, a four-star recruit, picked the Tigers over Minnesota, Oregon and Colorado.


Bronson McNeal's son committed to Clemson University. He had previously agreed to attend the University of Michigan, but reneged on that commitment.

That sure sounds familiar! Hopefully he'll take his Daddy and his own string of broken promises along and keep him out of Minnesota for a while...

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Post HMm 


I wish the young man well. He can't help who is parents are can he? I mean can you imagine the embarrassment of your father's name being spread around about him? I feel bad for him on one hand but his father should have thought of that, when he started scamming women.

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I'm thinking a little bigger picture here, SoDig. If you look at the case of the basketball star Mayo at Cal or UCLA (can't remember which) and Reggie Bush at USC, schools and sports agents tend to spread the riches around on an athlete AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS when they smell a future pro payday in them. That would be the perfect opportunity for a certain punk casino gigalo to move his game up to the big time. And that wouldn't be his son's fault either- he would just be a cash cow for his daddy to milk and exploit, like he's said to have exploited others.

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Post Thrice 


Oh yes, you totally know he is smelling the money. First of all there are a lot of if's there. If he gets to the pro's, most don't. If his son is unable to disconnect from his father and not be his gravy train, that will be his fault, I mean he would be a grown man. but at the same time, the damages would also be self inflicted.

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Post Bronson Orlando McNeal 


The recession is hitting casinos around the country pretty hard, according to today's Star Tribune. Is Bronson Orlando McNeal is hanging out at the casinos? When money is scarce, I bet it is hard for him to find his preys. The loser might wish he had some marketable skills now.

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Nationwide, commercial casinos from Atlantic City, N.J., to Las Vegas are also facing a dramatic downturn in business. From November 2007 to November 2008, national gross gaming revenues from commercial casinos were down more than 3.5 percent, and the slump has continued into this year, according to the National Gaming Association.

Operators of several Minnesota casinos said they've trimmed payroll expenses by letting vacant positions go unfilled, and the tribe that runs Treasure Island Resort & Casino near Red Wing disclosed Friday that it has laid off "a small number of people." Expect fewer casino commercials for a while, too, as several operators said they've cut marketing budgets and are looking for other ways to tighten their belts.

http://www.startribune.com/local/39644797.html


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Post Family Tree 


From the Augusta, GA newspaper court blotter, 2008:

Frederick Orlando McNeal , 23, of the 500 block of Richmond Hill Road, theft by taking, financial transaction card fraud and four counts of financial transaction card theft; six years' probation, fined $1,350 and ordered to pay restitution

Interesting similarity- Bronson McNeal's full name is Bronson Orlando McNeal. As I recall, Bronson's son reportedly chose to attend Clemson University because he has relatives in the Atlanta area.

Different branch of the family tree, same fruit?

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Post Not a family tree issue 


I believe it is the Baby Mama's family that lives in Atlanta.

Check out the YouTube of the fam at the All-American game. Bronson is starting to look like the 44 year old loser he is. Maybe age will slow down his game.

On the bright side, the victims on this page have already endured a financial depression so they are uniquely weathered against the current economic conditions.

All the worst to you Bronson.

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The picture above is not Bronson. I feel sorry for whoever it is and hope he has not been harassed.

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Post Vivi 


I can't see the picture above for some reason but I shall assume that it is a link from the original Fox9 story. I shall assure you that the picture was of Bronson and that was his lovely voice and bad grammar in the news story.

I hear that he travels between here and Chicago now and that he sits in the barber shop whining about how he has big problems that have forced him to leave town. Please. I bet the women around the WI casinos between MN and CHX are building up their own news story right now.

Vivi, I hope you aren't the latest.

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Post Bronsonsux 


No, actually I am a former victim of Bronson and can't stand his a**. But, I can assure you the picture is NOT him. When they ran the news story on FOX9, they put a little footage of whoever this guy is on there too. Yes, all the other pictures, and the bad grammar, were him. He is a loser and much more, but other men should not have to be paraded on this forum as being him.

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Post Bronson Orlando McNeal 


BronsonSux wrote:

I hear that he travels between here and Chicago now and that he sits in the barber shop whining about how he has big problems that have forced him to leave town. Please. I bet the women around the WI casinos between MN and CHX are building up their own news story right now.


It sounds like it is getting harder for him to swindle women here. One could imagine how many women and how many families have been saved from Bronson Orlando McNeal's sick games. It doesn't matter where Bronson Orlando McNeal goes, as long as people can find out who this parasite is, his games are over.

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Post Solomon Nasser Takes Page From Bronson's Book 


NY man pleads guilty to stealing nearly $200K from women he met through online dating services

Associated Press
Last update: July 16, 2010 - 6:24 AM

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - A man who lied about being rich and important has pleaded guilty to stealing nearly $200,000 from women he met through online dating services.

Westchester County District Attorney Janet DiFiore says Solomon Jesus Nasser of Ardsley pleaded guilty Thursday to third-degree grand larceny.

DiFiore says Nasser "trolled Internet dating sites" for nearly three years looking for victims.

Among other things, he claimed he'd been a high-level Department of Defense official, an adviser to President George W. Bush, a Navy admiral and a multimillionaire who owned a jet.

He had said he had cash flow problems due to legal issues and asked for loans to cover living expenses.

Nasser faces up to seven years in prison when he's sentenced Oct. 27. He's also being ordered to pay restitution.

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Post Orlando McNeal 


He is still at work in Minneapolis. I met him on www.okcupid.com a few months ago and his profile name is hoopitup7. I reported him as a scammer but his profile is still active. BEWARE!!! I knew him as Orlando Bronson.

If you're reading this, asshole, I want to thank you for the chlamydia and can't wait for you to get what you deserve.

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Post Bronson, Orlando, McNeal, Alexander whatever his name is 


He has used all of the names above. On the site where I met him, he claimed to have a graduate degree, but when I asked him what the topic of his thesis was, he asked "what?" and then changed the subject quickly. (do the math)

If you encounter him, I have one word for you. RUN. He is a taker who sucks negative energy out of people.

Your red flags? Questions like:
How many credit cards do you have, What do you owe, How much credit is on them and more.


The casino: He will and tell you to bring your check book and write a check for cash saying he will give you the money "tomorrow." When you say no and he will keeps pushing, using intimidation as his ammo. Serious control issues, always thinking about how he can get money from you.

He'll say,
[i] "Hey, I need you to loan me some money because [insert reason here] I need you to get online and pay this plane ticket for me" or "Why don't you go ahead and order xyz for me online"
then "I'll have the money for you tomorrow, or next week, etc" He is doing the math in his mind thinking about how he can get some from you. He doesn't understand the word NO and pretends like he never heard it.


Tons of people say they know about his gambling problem. He says he doesn't have one.
I say Denial. His high? Control and domination. Getting over on women for money. Intimidation to do it. He gets adrenaline rush from seeing how far he can push the envelope. His intention to get money from women won't end any time soon because it is all he knows how to do. Incapable of having a meaningful relationship with anyone. Ever.


It must be humiliating to have everyone around you know exactly what you are and shake their heads in shame whenever you walk by because that is exactly what happens. You don't have respect of others and that must be a really lonely, sad feeling. I hope you get therapy.

Bronson, if you are half the man you THINK you are.............

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxfeXwdtXY0



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I read an article yesterday in either the Star Trib or the Pioneer Press about a guy in the Metro area who committed suicide after being charged with felonies for swindling $112,000 from a lady in Altoona, Wisconsin in a sweetheart scandal. How is that different from what Bronson did and why can't we get him charged? I am one of the victims and am over the whole ordeal, but he's still out there doing the same schemes. Question Question

Just wondering.

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Post Sweat me but I'm not your type, Really? 


So you thought you could be a big yahoo and get Youtube to disengage a video due to copyright infringement? Bet you think you are pretty smart. Think again. PLAYA

Arrow "No substance, just small talk"

"Who you going to give it to, Who you going to steal from, Who's your next victim? What you going to tell her after she discovers you don't really love her? Question


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxfeXwdtXY0

Maybe South Carolina would be a good place for a fresh start while your son Bryce is playing football at Clemson. Maybe you already thought about that. Continuing your cycle because it is all you know how to do.

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Bryce hasn't turned out to be much of a football player at Clemson. I guess Bronson's hopes of sucking his son dry are fading. Look out ladies.

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