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Breaking Bad's Walter White Is Real!! Kind Of!

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What the f*ck, yo! Is Breaking Bad's science teacher turned methamphetamine King Walter White - played by the masterful Bryan Cranston - a character inspired from real life?!

Well, inspired or not, there IS a REAL meth-cooking man called Walter White who is currently wanted by the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office in Alabama for violating probation!

Back in 2008 Walter was arrested on the charges of trafficking methamphetamine, unlawful manufacturing of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance and possession of precursor materials.

Walter violated his probation - which began in 2010 - in January 2012 when he was found revisiting his past crimes concerning meth, but he failed to show up at his appointed court appearance and is now wanted by the police.


We're sure Breaking Bad's creators MUST have known about this dude… otherwise this major coincidence is indicative of a malfunction in the matrix! Tee hee!

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3 comments to “Breaking Bad's Walter White Is Real!! Kind Of!”

  1. 1

    So far I fail to see the tie in…is this guy a science teacher or professor of chemistry? There are loads of meth cookers in jail everywhere.

  2. 2

    I had to read it a few times myself…I think the Perez one was referring to the similar names of the Breaking Bad main character and this other person.
    When I watch I don't think of the lead character as "Walter White" but rather as Bryan Cranston's character…

  3. Justice4Kids says – reply to this


    Sylvain Kustyan, also wanted by the Tuscaloosa Sheriff's Dept. on charges of 1st Degree Sodomy and Sexual Abuse of a ten-year-old little boy, is currently on the lam. For the sake of all other little boys, I hope, he, too, will soon be found: