Solicitor David Pascoe cross-examines former Eutawville police chief Richard Combs in January while holding the gun Combs used in the shooting death of Bernard Bailey, an unarmed black man, in May 2011. Pascoe said he intends to bring Combs to trial again after the jury announced it could not reach a decision and the judge declared a mistrial.
Solicitor David Pascoe cross-examines former Eutawville police chief Richard Combs in January while holding the gun Combs used in the shooting death of Bernard Bailey, an unarmed black man, in May 2011. Pascoe said he intends to bring Combs to trial again after the jury announced it could not reach a decision and the judge declared a mistrial. TIM DOMINICK tdominick@thestate.com
Solicitor David Pascoe cross-examines former Eutawville police chief Richard Combs in January while holding the gun Combs used in the shooting death of Bernard Bailey, an unarmed black man, in May 2011. Pascoe said he intends to bring Combs to trial again after the jury announced it could not reach a decision and the judge declared a mistrial. TIM DOMINICK tdominick@thestate.com

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