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FIRST ON 3: Videos mocking Charles Warren continue on YouTube

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BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WWAY) -- There's yet another video online mocking Brunswick County Commissioner Charles Warren and the controversy surrounding him. The latest video posted yesterday shows an animated figure reading an open letter to the "Brunswick Beacon" from Warren that was published last week in the "Wilmington Journal." In the letter, Warren calls fellow Commissioner Marty Cooke and Beacon reporter Caroline Curran, who Warren through out of a DSS Board meeting last week, racists. The video includes a few additional comments that were not part of the letter.

The video was posted by a YouTube user calls Brunswick1764. That user also posted a video New Year's Eve that shows the sign at the Brunswick County Government Center with an animated message board reading, "Happy New Year to all non-racists who voted for me. Love, Charlie."

Those two videos come after Warren filed a report with the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office last week claiming Brunswick1764's first video was threatening. That video mocked Warren by using video of North Koreans mourning the death of dictator Kim Jung-Il as if they were mourning Warren being removed from the DSS Board. Another video used video of Warren leaving last month's Brunswick County Commission meeting after he was ejected and reedits it to make it look like he's dancing.

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