Ray Adams recently left the Navy and found the mistrial frustrating. “It’s so redundant,” Adams said. “It’s bad because I know you’ve got good cops, and they get a bad reputation from the cops who do something like this.”
Ray Adams recently left the Navy and found the mistrial frustrating. “It’s so redundant,” Adams said. “It’s bad because I know you’ve got good cops, and they get a bad reputation from the cops who do something like this.” David Perlmutt dperlmutt@charlotteobserver.com
Ray Adams recently left the Navy and found the mistrial frustrating. “It’s so redundant,” Adams said. “It’s bad because I know you’ve got good cops, and they get a bad reputation from the cops who do something like this.” David Perlmutt dperlmutt@charlotteobserver.com

At barber shop: frustration and a sense that justice was ‘put on hold’

August 21, 2015 07:38 PM