Aug 282006

Albemarle County Commonwealth Attorney Jim Camblos joins Jay James and Jane Foy on the August 25th edition of the WINA Morning Show to discuss the recent Albemarle County High School bombing conspiracy. One of the four juvenile defendants in the case was acquitted last week, but the other three have been found guilty of charges to blow up the school.

Camblos says he can’t talk about much of the case, because other appeals are still pending. He says the media is misconstruing the way in which some of the defendants were questioned by police, and takes this opportunity to give his office’s point of view.

“This was a conspiracy that was caught in its very early stages,” says Camblos. He also defends the way in which Darby Lowe prosecuted the case in court.

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