A sheriff’s deputy leads Mark Carver’s cousin Neal Cassada into a Gaston County court for his first appearance. At far right is District Attorney Locke Bell who said about efforts to exonerate Carver: “These guys are guilty.”
A sheriff’s deputy leads Mark Carver’s cousin Neal Cassada into a Gaston County court for his first appearance. At far right is District Attorney Locke Bell who said about efforts to exonerate Carver: “These guys are guilty.” ROBERT LAHSER rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
A sheriff’s deputy leads Mark Carver’s cousin Neal Cassada into a Gaston County court for his first appearance. At far right is District Attorney Locke Bell who said about efforts to exonerate Carver: “These guys are guilty.” ROBERT LAHSER rlahser@charlotteobserver.com

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