Commissioner Pat Cotham said elected officials and the public still haven’t been given a full account of what happened and who should have stopped it.“Our job is to figure out what the heck happened,” Cotham said. “These are women’s lives and we need to make sure this never happens again.”
Commissioner Pat Cotham said elected officials and the public still haven’t been given a full account of what happened and who should have stopped it.“Our job is to figure out what the heck happened,” Cotham said. “These are women’s lives and we need to make sure this never happens again.” Davie Hinshaw dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com
Commissioner Pat Cotham said elected officials and the public still haven’t been given a full account of what happened and who should have stopped it.“Our job is to figure out what the heck happened,” Cotham said. “These are women’s lives and we need to make sure this never happens again.” Davie Hinshaw dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com

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