Aug 192006
 

Howard Barnet and his 13-year-old son join Coy on this edition of Charlottesville–Right Now for their very first extended public interview since the “Albemarle School Bomb Plot” case began. Originally convicted for conspiring to bomb his school, the boy was found not guilty on Wednesday in his appeal. A jury concluded that there was in fact no conspiracy at all. The topic is being discussed on cvillenews.com.

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  2 Responses to “Charlottesville–Right Now: Exclusive interview with one of the students caught up in the so-called Albemarle School Bomb plot”

  1. […] Howard Barnet and his 13-year-old son were guests on Coy Barefoot’s “Charlottesville Live” on Thursday, one day after the boy was acquitted on charges of conspiring to attack two county high schools. Sean Tubbs podcasts the interview on Charlottesville Podcasting Network. It’s a must-listen for anybody following the case. The guests reveal that the kid had no attorney at his intake hearing, that it was four days until his parents were allowed to see him, and that the computer evidence used to convict him in his first trial was so lame that it was never even entered as evidence in the second trial. The senior Barnet, when asked about Commonwealth Attorney Jim Camblos, said that, under him, Albemarle “looked more like a fiefdom than a county.” […]

  2. […] Charlottesville–Right Now: Exclusive interview with one of the students caught up in the so-called Albemarle School Bomb plot […]

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