Posted Sunday, August 10th 2014 @ 2pm
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From our partners at WOOD-TV:
BIG RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) â€” A week after the rave called â€śProject Pâ€ť that drew thousands to a Mecosta County farm, family members of two organizers facing felonies are warning others about throwing future raves.
Alex Johnson, the brother of Â Brittany Johnson, one of the young people charged in connection with throwing the rave, remembers the party fondly, but says his sister has been unfairly charged.
â€śIt was nuts, it was completely absolutely crazy. Best party Iâ€™ve been to,â€ť Alex Johnson said.
Alex Johnson told 24 Hour News 8 his sister didnâ€™t deserve to be arrested in the first place, saying she was only responsible for social media.
â€śNo, itâ€™s not Brittanyâ€™s fault. It doesnâ€™t matter who hosts it or who is trying to get a lot of people in there, itâ€™s just whoeverâ€™s house it is and who is actually running the party,â€ť Alex Johnson said. â€śThat should be the people who should actually be charged for it.â€ť
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