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Topic - Brett Mcarthur
A former Beatrice State Developmental Center worker convicted of abusing developmentally disabled adults has again been sentenced to prison.
A former University of Nebraska women's basketball star faked an attack in which she is said to have carved anti-gay slurs into her skin because she felt it would spark change, police said Tuesday.
"The overall balance of his life is a law-abiding, financially responsible citizen," McArthur said. "He has a family, he has young children he supported, he has paid his bills and taxes ... these allegations do not represent the balance of who Matt Pangborn is."
"This has been a very traumatic event for her, and having the focus of the investigation turn toward her has been really hard," said Mr. McArthur, who described Ms. Rogers as reserved and soft-spoken, and not the type to seek attention.