Beaufort County Man, Accused Of Killing 3, Gets Case Continued

The man accused of killing three people during a joyride in Beaufort County was scheduled to be in court Thursday.

37 year old Harry Moore Junior--is charged with three misdemeanors of death by motor vehicle. Highway patrol troopers say Moore, drove at excessive speeds on Cherry Run Road three days after Christmas, killing 21-year-old Angela Carter, 18 Year Old Rakima Mccall and 21 Year Old Earl "Pre" Windley.

A fourth person, 26 year old Daniel Avery survived with a broken back and neck.

Thursday, Moore's court case was continued until May 20th.

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  • by Dorothea Location: Ohio on Apr 22, 2010 at 11:12 AM
    I knew Angie Carter, she was a friend of mine. This man deserved to be hit by a car and die the same way she and 2 others did. And if he doesn't die the first time hit him again! His case gets contined? It doesn't deserve to be continued. He doesn't deserve it. He killed 3 people!!! Due process my ass. He didn't give them due process, he ran into their car.
  • by pissed on Apr 21, 2010 at 06:25 AM
    this is crazy it doesnt matter if they got in da car he shouldnt have been speeding like that and because if him the parents of the people that died are suffering and i knew earlhe was a wonderful young man thats crazy this system is all messed up u put the drug dealers in jail but not the killers wow yall are not making sense at all
  • by Uninterested Observer on Apr 16, 2010 at 11:44 AM
    As someone who works in the Judicial system now, I stand by my comments. Please don't let your contempt (i.e.jealousy) for lawyers cloud the issue. The man is entitled to due process, plain and simple. It may take time, but justice will be served in one manner or another. Just because the result is not to your satisfaction doesn't mean justice was not, or is not being, served.
  • by Wha!!! Location: NC on Apr 16, 2010 at 09:57 AM
    This was not an joy ride, this was murder of innocence people with intentions of this man behalf!!!!!
  • by Been There Location: ENC on Apr 15, 2010 at 08:31 PM
    As someone who was in the judicial system for many many years, I take exception to Uninterested Observer's comments...Justice is only a phantom concept in the Courts...The judicial system is all about greed...If you have enough money or know the right people,you can get acquitted of ANYTHING!! As a naive young person, I began working in the system with the belief that justice prevails...over the years the naivete was replaced with disbelief and cynicism when I saw up close & personal the deals that were made behind closed doors....If only the average person could know what really goes on within the Court system...but the average person would not believe it...Who do you think makes the laws....LAWYERS! Who profits from the current system? LAWYERS! The longer this case is drawn out,the more fees the lawyers receive,its that simple! And if this defendant has a Court=appointed attorney,the more the taxpayers pay! The judicial system protects NO ONE BUT THE LAWYERS! I KNOW!!!
  • by Wow Location: Greenville on Apr 15, 2010 at 08:15 PM
    What happen to innocent until proven guilty. Good thing we are not apart of the past he would be hanged or stoned. Who are you to judge!!Dont pass the stone unless you want it back in your face!!Again everybody made the choice to do what they done that day!!It ended badly but not only him who lives to tell the sad story, but those who life was taken also played apart of that fatal day. You people cannot again do what god almighty has done to him. Move on
  • by WHY Location: BoCo on Apr 15, 2010 at 07:38 PM
    WHY????? This is NOT right!!! He should have been sentenced by now!!! Lazy DA needs to do his job!!! Can't wait til election time for the DA Office...!
  • by deadfish Location: NC on Apr 15, 2010 at 07:31 PM
    U O: If you had stated that any better than that OL will be poking holes and bellyaching. Talks like a duck, walks like a duck<>he's a duck!
  • by Uninterested Observer on Apr 15, 2010 at 06:30 PM
    @OutsideLookingIn: Wow...a man exercising his Constitutional right to counsel and an attorney doing his job! What is this country coming to? Due Process is just that....a safeguard put in place by the founding fathers to ensure that all people, including you, me and this defendant have access to a fair and impartial judicial system. It may be slow and cumbersome, but protects people from the same fast and loose "justice" that you seem to favor. Hopefully you'll never be in the position to see things from this man's perspective. If at some point you do, I would expect to hear you change your tune(and very quickly too).
  • by S Location: ENC on Apr 15, 2010 at 06:10 PM
    I realize that Court calenders are always crowded but I certainly think this case should be tried ahead of many others..Good thing the DA isn't up for election this year....looks to me like this crime is not high on his agenda.... Come back Mitchell Norton please!
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