Andrew Brown is a British-born journalist who works for CNN. He spent most of his career in Hong Kong. He joined the company in 2000 and has been a fixture on its news desk ever since. He is known for reporting on everything from silly stories to serious topics, such as Sars and computer passwords. During his early years, he worked in London, and later spent time in Hong Kong as a reporter for CNBC Asia and TVB Pearl.
In 2006, Brown was shot and killed by deputies who were executing a warrant. This incident sparked outrage among many Americans. The news that police officers had hacked into Brown’s cellphone made the tragedy all the more tragic. In 2008, Andrew’s mother cried for her son, who was paralyzed below the neck. The neurosurgeon was subsequently fired from his job, and he sued for medical malpractice. In 2014, he won his lawsuit and paid for the legal costs.
While in the news, Andrew Brown has been the focus of controversy for his investigative reporting. He was awarded several awards for his work covering local and state governments. In his previous jobs, he covered environmental issues, business, and local governments. In addition, he has won a number of investigative journalism awards. Born in western Pennsylvania, he studied at the University of Missouri’s graduate school of journalism.