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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Wes Brown
Maryland's spring practices got underway on Saturday morning. Check out news and notes, including bits on Marcus Leak and Wes Brown.
A long and winding road has led suspended running back Wes Brown back to the Maryland roster. The question now is if the change in him is genuine.
After being suspended for the season following an run-in with police over the summer, RB Wes Brown is reportedly ready to re-enroll at Maryland.
Prince George's County prosecutors are dropping charges against Maryland running back Wes Brown, weeks after he was accused of assaulting a police officer who was questioning him about a shooting, a spokesman said Monday.
Maryland lost its starting quarterback late in the first half Saturday. It lost its first conference game a bit later – but not before the Terrapins' most bizarre day of the season.
Maryland State Trooper Wesley Brown always played the good cop, even on the night he was murdered, friends and family said Thursday at the sentencing of his killer.
One play from last summer's high school passing camp at Byrd Stadium stands out for Maryland coach Randy Edsall.
A federal judge refused on Thursday to block enforcement of a new Kansas law that restricts insurance coverage for abortions.
Charges of first-degree murder have been filed against a suspect in the killing of a Maryland state trooper at a restaurant last week.
Young, ambitious and dedicated to helping young people, Maryland State Trooper Wesley Brown had a lot going for him at age 24 ("Off-duty Md. trooper killed at restaurant," Web, News, Friday).
Officer Peoples said Williams took a swing at him and he wanted to arrest the man, but Brown, wanting to give him a chance, told his partner to "just let him go."
"Feet first," Judge Brown said.