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Topic - John Hall
Looking like a graveyard is a compliment for one Manning boy's Scout project.
Conservative politicians — no less than their liberal counterparts — need campaign music, familiar tunes with lyrics that easily imprint an audience with a desired message. But for every act like Brooks & Dunn, whose "Only in America" has been adopted by candidates of both parties without objection, there are many more eager to bar politicians from using their music — be it for philosophical reasons or to gain cred from liberal fan bases.
District attorney's spokesman John Hall said in a statement Tuesday that prosecutors and several other agencies had been conducting an operation that resulted in the arrests at the swap meet in Winchester Sunday.
The current bail is appropriate because Cardosa faces five charges of aggravated sexual assault on a child that carry potential life sentences, he said.