Homeless man Timothy Gaskins, left, spends time with friends in Moore Square in 2012. Newly released emails show parks and police officials have been working on efforts to push charity food hand-outs and criminal suspects out of the park.
Homeless man Timothy Gaskins, left, spends time with friends in Moore Square in 2012. Newly released emails show parks and police officials have been working on efforts to push charity food hand-outs and criminal suspects out of the park. 2012 NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO
Homeless man Timothy Gaskins, left, spends time with friends in Moore Square in 2012. Newly released emails show parks and police officials have been working on efforts to push charity food hand-outs and criminal suspects out of the park. 2012 NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO

Emails: Legal advice sought to ‘clean up’ Moore Square

September 13, 2013 05:56 PM

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