Wilmington 10 pardoned by outgoing N.C. governor

Dec 31, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: CBS News

Outgoing North Carolina Gov. Beverly Perdue issued pardons Monday to the Wilmington 10, a group wrongly convicted 40 years ago in a notorious Civil Rights-era prosecution that led to accusations that the state was holding political prisoners.

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“Obama Shames the USA”

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Pardon me. I'll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today.
Hippy New Yr

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Ninthman wrote:
Pardon me. I'll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today.
excusee mi @3 am/pm better hot dog 4lesss!!;-000

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Congressman Frank R. Wolf, along with over twenty-five co-sponsors in the House of Representatives, has introduced House Resolution 824 to create a Special Committee to conduct a real investigation into the attack on the Benghazi consulate and CIA safe house. Wolf and others want to know why Barack Obama sent little if any help to save the four brave Americans who lost their lives and why this fact was covered up.
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Congressman Frank R. Wolf, along with over twenty-five co-sponsors in the House of Representatives, has introduced House Resolution 824 to create a Special Committee to conduct a real investigation into the attack on the Benghazi consulate and CIA safe house. Wolf and others want to know why Barack Obama sent little if any help to save the four brave Americans who lost their lives and why this fact was covered up.
9boy! mov on for a better Yr!! Lunar new year!!! here just tryin to bee a KID and learning how to kisssinger OK;)
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These boys were guilty as sin and got away with it, thats typical.
Lisa R Charlotte NC

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I think they were probably guilty, too. I'm more concerned about groups that keep yelling discrimination against AngloAmerican society for sometime in life, we ought to feel not guilty ourselves. Regarding the ambassador in Benghazi, this is pure and stupid debauchery. ANYONE would have known he was in danger and should never have been left there. AFter all, Obama had sent support to the rebels to overthrow the government and also to kill Ghadafi. Yes, this is criminal. THE ANSWER IS THIS....THE AMBASSADOR MUST HAVE BEEN A SCAPEGOAT. That is what Jesus Christ was and other martyrs have often been. A Harvard graduate could not be that stupid.

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