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By Bob Dole
The industrious island has proved itself worthy of U.S. inclusion
Topic - David Benowitz
A Marine charged with fatally stabbing a fellow Marine during a late-night brawl had a history of drug use and belligerent behavior and had been heard by witnesses about an hour before the crime saying he was looking to stab someone, prosecutors said Monday.
D.C. prosecutors on Tuesday said they will defer prosecution of D.C. Council candidate Kevin B. Chavous on a charge of soliciting an undercover police officer for sex.
Mr. Poth's attorney, David Benowitz, pointed out that the blade was the equivalent of a pocketknife.
Mr. Poth's attorney, David Benowitz, told reporters there was "evidence of self-defense," including the government's witness testimony that Mr. Bushong turned around to follow Mr. Poth and appeared to throw a punch at him.