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Fact-checking GOP ad on Beasley rulings in death sentence, sexual assault cases

A new TV ad from the National Republican Senatorial Committee claims that Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Cheri Beasley, a former chief justice of the state Supreme Court, "vacated" a man's death sentence and "threw out" an indictment in a child assault case.

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