Tensions High at McCraney Pretrial Hearing

By Adam Kamerer

During a tense pretrial hearing March 17, lawyers David Harrison and Andrew Scarborough, defense attorneys for Coley McCraney, asked Judge William Filmore to compel state prosecutors to turn over additional documents and records, many of which prosecutors say do not exist. McCraney is charged with five counts of murder and one count of rape in the 1999 murders of two 17-year-olds, J. B. Beasley and Tracie Hawlett.

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