Senator Harry Brown of Jacksonville, show in this 2014 file photo, said on Wednesday: “So when you talk about trust, I think the city of Charlotte has been as disingenuous as anybody I’ve ever seen.”
Senator Harry Brown of Jacksonville, show in this 2014 file photo, said on Wednesday: “So when you talk about trust, I think the city of Charlotte has been as disingenuous as anybody I’ve ever seen.” Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
Senator Harry Brown of Jacksonville, show in this 2014 file photo, said on Wednesday: “So when you talk about trust, I think the city of Charlotte has been as disingenuous as anybody I’ve ever seen.” Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com

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