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Judy Royal

Focus shifts to recovery and flooding with Hurricane Matthew heading to sea

Oct 10 2016

CAROLINA BEACH, N.C., Oct 10 Residents of the southeastern United States ravaged by Hurricane Matthew turned their focus on Monday toward recovery and clean-up, but officials in several states warned that deadly flooding could continue as rain swollen rivers crest in coming days.

North Carolina floodwaters, death toll rise as Matthew heads to sea

Oct 10 2016

CAROLINA BEACH, N.C. Raging North Carolina rivers still rising after Hurricane Matthew threaten up to a week more of death and destruction, the state's governor said on Sunday as the storm's remnant headed out to sea, leaving a path of carnage from the Caribbean up the U.S. Southeast coast. | Video

U.S. Marine pleads guilty to urinating on Taliban corpses

Jan 16 2013

CAMP LEJEUNE, North Carolina A U.S. Marine pleaded guilty on Wednesday to urinating on the bodies of dead Taliban fighters in Afghanistan and then posing for photographs in a scene captured in a widely circulated video on the Internet and denounced by world leaders.

U.S. Marine pleads guilty to urinating on Taliban corpses

Jan 16 2013

CAMP LEJEUNE, North Carolina A U.S. Marine pleaded guilty on Wednesday to urinating on the bodies of dead Taliban fighters and then posing for photographs, a scene captured in a widely circulated video on the Internet and denounced by world leaders.

U.S. Marine pleads guilty to urinating on Taliban corpses

Jan 16 2013

CAMP LEJEUNE, North Carolina A U.S. Marine pleaded guilty on Wednesday to urinating on the bodies of dead Taliban fighters and then posing for photographs, a scene captured in a widely circulated video on the Internet and denounced by world leaders.

U.S. Marine accused of urinating on Taliban corpses to face trial

Jan 16 2013

CAMP LEJEUNE, North Carolina A U.S. Marine accused of urinating on the bodies of dead Taliban fighters and then posing for photographs, a scene captured in a widely circulated video on the Internet, is due to be tried by court martial on Wednesday at a North Carolina military base.

Army doctor's defense says compelling doubt in "Fatal Vision" case

Sep 25 2012

WILMINGTON, North Carolina A defense attorney seeking a new trial for an Army doctor convicted of the 1970 murders of his family on Tuesday argued that no reasonable jury would have convicted him had it been privy to the DNA evidence and witness testimony collected in the years since his first trial.

"Fatal Vision" author doubts defense theory in 1970 killing

Sep 21 2012

WILMINGTON, North Carolina The author of a best-selling book about an Army doctor convicted of killing his family testified on Friday that he never heard a key defense witness admit to being present at the 1970 murders that are once more back in the national spotlight.

"Fatal Vision" author doubts defense theory in 1970 killing

Sep 21 2012

WILMINGTON, North Carolina The author of a best-selling book about an Army doctor convicted of killing his family testified on Friday that he never heard a key defense witness admit to being present at the 1970 murders that are once more back in the national spotlight.

"Fatal Vision" author doubts defense theory in 1970 killing

Sep 21 2012

WILMINGTON, N.C., Sept 21 The author of a best-selling book about an Army doctor convicted of killing his family testified on Friday that he never heard a key defense witness admit to being present at the 1970 murders that are once more back in the national spotlight.

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