SBI Relives Its Unflattering Past As Former Agent Fights For Job

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It isn’t quite a “just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water” situation, but chances are the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation was hoping that the ugly allegations and close scrutiny of crime lab practices were fading from memory. A hearing earlier in April dredged it all up again,
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Man’s Death a Riddle, Wrapped in a Mystery, Inside a Prison Van P. 3

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An opinion piece in the Fayetteville Observer poses some interesting questions about the death of a prison inmate, questions that investigators have yet to answer. The piece also offers some insight into the victim’s mental illness. We have been writing about the case in our last couple of posts; in that time, no one from
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Man’s Death a Riddle, Wrapped in a Mystery, Inside a Prison Van P. 2

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The Capitol Police have investigated the matter. The North Carolina Department of Public Safety’s investigation continues, though the department has taken some action to address the problem. The State Bureau of Investigation is also investigating, though the agency has yet to release any information to the public. Disability Rights North Carolina will review the evidence
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Man’s Death a Riddle, Wrapped in a Mystery, Inside a Prison Van

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There are so many questions about the March 12 death of a prisoner with significant mental illness and disabilities that a number of state agencies and a nonprofit advocacy organization are all investigating. The case garnered a good deal of attention at the time, but events this week may well have quashed any hope the
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Study Suggests Teens Learn by Example – Even a Bad Example

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Parents may tell you that their teenagers either pay no attention to them or do exactly the opposite of what the parents ask them to do. If the results of a recent study are any indication, though, teens may be paying more attention than parents think. Unfortunately, they are paying attention to — and mimicking
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