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'''Samuel Flowers''' is a [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]] politician, briefly mentioned in a [[Weazel News]] radio broadcast. During a celebration, he accidentally ate a used urinal cake (believing it was a confectionery cake) and immediately blamed minorities and/or homosexuals for an attempt on his life. He was previously known for other racist and homophobic comments. His colleagues in the US Senate include [[Charles Martin]] and former president [[Senator Lawton|Lawton senior]].
 
'''Samuel Flowers''' is a [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]] politician, briefly mentioned in a [[Weazel News]] radio broadcast. During a celebration, he accidentally ate a used urinal cake (believing it was a confectionery cake) and immediately blamed minorities and/or homosexuals for an attempt on his life. He was previously known for other racist and homophobic comments. His colleagues in the US Senate include [[Charles Martin]] and former president [[Senator Lawton|Lawton senior]].
  
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Revision as of 15:36, 26 October 2013

Samuel Flowers is a Liberty City politician, briefly mentioned in a Weazel News radio broadcast. During a celebration, he accidentally ate a used urinal cake (believing it was a confectionery cake) and immediately blamed minorities and/or homosexuals for an attempt on his life. He was previously known for other racist and homophobic comments. His colleagues in the US Senate include Charles Martin and former president Lawton senior.