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With the Carter family all dressed in black behind him, a civil rights advocate for the 17-year-old charged with burning the Lancaster County Courthouse talked about the bigger picture.
At a press conference in front of the damaged courthouse Wednesday, John Barnette, the South Carolina representative for the Rev. Al Sharpton's National Action Network, said his organization has been asked to do three things for the family of Martavious Carter.
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