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GOP office firebombed

Evelyn Poole-Kober views the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane

Evelyn Poole-Kober views the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane

Evelyn Poole-Kober views the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane
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Views are seen of the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane

Views are seen of the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane

Views are seen of the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane
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Paintings are seen in the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough, North Carolina. REUTERS/Chris Keane

Paintings are seen in the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough, North Carolina. REUTERS/Chris Keane

Paintings are seen in the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough, North Carolina. REUTERS/Chris Keane
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Views are of the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane

Views are of the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane

Views are of the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane
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Political signs are seen in the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane

Political signs are seen in the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane

Political signs are seen in the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane
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Views are seen of the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane

Views are seen of the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane

Views are seen of the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane
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A doll featuring the likeness of George W. Bush is seen in the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane

A doll featuring the likeness of George W. Bush is seen in the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane

A doll featuring the likeness of George W. Bush is seen in the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane
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Damaged yard signs are seen after damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane

Damaged yard signs are seen after damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane

Damaged yard signs are seen after damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane
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North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory views the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane

North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory views the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane

North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory views the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane
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A view of the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane

A view of the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane

A view of the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane
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Political signs are seen in the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane

Political signs are seen in the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane

Political signs are seen in the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane
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Views are seen of the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane

Views are seen of the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane

Views are seen of the damage caused in a firebomb attack on local offices of the North Carolina Republican Party in Hillsborough. REUTERS/Chris Keane
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