Crime

April 12, 2014 4:19 PM

4 racial justice cases go to state Supreme Court

The cases before the high court involve three inmates who are black men and one who is a Lumbee Indian woman. Two of the men were convicted of killing law officers while the third was found guilty of killing a teenage boy. The woman was convicted in the slayings of two people.

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