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August 19, 2010 2:00 AM

Scathing SBI audit says 230 cases tainted by shoddy investigations

The North Carolina justice system shook Wednesday as an audit commissioned by Attorney General Roy Cooper revealed that the State Bureau of Investigation withheld or distorted evidence in more than 200 cases at the expense of potentially innocent men and women.

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