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Politics and General Assignments Reporter — Fayetteville Observer

Justice system, legislative and general assignment reporter for The Fayetteville Observer

Abortion rights supporters fear effort at legislature to force providers out of business - Fayetteville Observer: Peoples Business

fayobserver.com — RALEIGH - New efforts to restrict abortion access are on the horizon in North Carolina, state House Rep. Glazier said at a news conference this morning, and he wants them blocked. Glazier, a Fayetteville Democrat and abortion rights supporter, led a group of legislators and abortion rights activists at news conference this morning to say abortion regulations should not be further expanded.

32-year-old, 21-year-old dead, 5 others wounded, after shooting party near Hope Mills - Fayetteville Observer: Local News

fayobserver.com — The case remained under investigation Sunday evening as family and friends mourned the deaths of 21-year-old Izaak Bridges of Fayetteville and Tanishia Graham, 32. Graham's hometown wasn't available on Sunday evening, nor were the names of the five injured. Several dozen people held a candlelight vigil for Bridges on Sunday night.

Former Army officer to remain in prison for slaying of 2 Afghan nationals

stripes.com — (Tribune News Service) - A former Fort Bragg Army officer will remain in prison on murder charges for the slayings of two Afghan nationals in the Afghanistan war, Maj. Gen. Richard D. Clarke of the 82nd Airborne Division has decided. Clarke, the division's commander, was considering a clemency request from former 1st Lt.

Former Army officer to remain in prison for slaying of 2 Afghan nationals

stripes.com — (Tribune News Service) - A former Fort Bragg Army officer will remain in prison on murder charges for the slayings of two Afghan nationals in the Afghanistan war, Maj. Gen. Richard D. Clarke of the 82nd Airborne Division has decided. Clarke, the division's commander, was considering a clemency request from former 1st Lt.

Former Fort Bragg Army officer to remain in prison for the slaying of two Afghan nationals

stripes.com — (Tribune News Service) - A former Fort Bragg Army officer will remain in prison on murder charges for the slayings of two Afghan nationals in the Afghanistan war, Maj. Gen. Richard D. Clarke of the 82nd Airborne Division has decided. Clarke, the division's commander, was considering a clemency request from former 1st Lt.

Clint Lorance's lawyer questions competency of prosecutors' supervisor

stripes.com — FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (Tribune News Service) - The lawyer for Clint Lorance, the former Army officer in military prison for the slayings of two Afghan nationals, has filed more papers to try to persuade the 82nd Airborne Division commander to set Lorance free.

Former UNCP professor Stephenson appointed state's poet laureate - Fayetteville Observer: Local News

fayobserver.com — Gov. Pat McCrory announced the appointment on Monday and plans a formal installation ceremony for him at the state Capitol in February. The selection of Stephenson comes five months after the governor was embarrassed and widely criticized for picking another poet whose oeuvre comprised just two books of poetry, both self-published.

Lawyer for convicted Fort Bragg soldier argues new evidence in Afghan shootings case

stripes.com — (Tribune News Service) - The lawyer for a former Fort Bragg officer convicted of murdering two Afghanistan nationals says the Army might not have prosecuted the officer if it had done a more thorough criminal investigation. Former 1st Lt.

Ex-lieutenant convicted of killing two Afghans seeking clemency

stripes.com — FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (Tribune News Service -- A former Army lieutenant convicted last year of murdering two Afghans in the war zone is seeking clemency from Brig. Gen. Richard D. Clarke, the 82nd Airborne Division commander. The case of former Lt. Clint Lorance has been controversial.

Supporters and opponents of the Racial Justice Act await a decision from the state Supreme Court. - Fayetteville Observer: Local News

fayobserver.com — It's been seven months since the state Supreme Court heard arguments on whether four convicted murderers were correctly or wrongly removed from death row based on evidence of racism in North Carolina's criminal justice system. And it's been eight years since North Carolina has last carried out an execution.
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Jan 31, 2015

RT @jdgalarneau: How many Americans know XLIX=49 if Superbowl hadn't educated them? Hell, I was state Latin champ in HS & had to think abou…

Jan 30, 2015

@netflix wondering if you need a copy editor to rein in reigns/reins confusion. But I don’t know the show. Will check it out #PeakyBlinders

Jan 30, 2015

Robert Stiehl sworn in by Chief Justice Mark Martin as Cumberland Co. Chief District Court Judge pic.twitter.com/JNgdvtVYIP

Jan 30, 2015

Former Chief District Court Judge Beth Keever introduces new chief Robert Stiehl (at right) pic.twitter.com/9ncxJfWAnX

Jan 30, 2015

NC Supreme Court Justices Cheri Beasley and Mark Martin at investiture of Chief District Court Judge Robert Stiehl pic.twitter.com/Kf2Ah4FP1t

Jan 30, 2015

RT @NCDOT_Fayville: Ramsey Street, In FayettevilleCumberland, Congestion, Congestion, at 1/30 12:54 PM

Jan 30, 2015

Report: Malfunctioning pneumatic seat in armored vehicle crushed Marine to death; unit knew of seat problem prior fayobserver.com/military/repor…

Jan 30, 2015

Fewer students = fewer teachers. Enrollment down 1,200, so Cumberland Co. schools to cut 80+ teaching jobs fayobserver.com/news/local/sch… #ncga

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