Harnett County corrections officer John Clark, center, remains employed at the county jail. He faced no charges in the death of Brandon Bethea. A state medical examiner said Bethea’s death was a homicide.
Harnett County corrections officer John Clark, center, remains employed at the county jail. He faced no charges in the death of Brandon Bethea. A state medical examiner said Bethea’s death was a homicide. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
Harnett County corrections officer John Clark, center, remains employed at the county jail. He faced no charges in the death of Brandon Bethea. A state medical examiner said Bethea’s death was a homicide. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com

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