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Topic - Anthony Covington
The president of the Charles County Commission claims in a lawsuit that the county's chief prosecutor defamed her by saying she was the target of a "criminal investigation" even though he knew she had not violated the law.
Lying in a gas station parking lot and suffering a deadly gunshot wound to the stomach, one of the final things Anthony Covington did was to identify his attacker.
Covington told five Detroit police officers who responded to the scene early April 29, 2001, that "Rick" had shot him and told them where "Rick" lived.