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Gianficaro: A lawyer's spin to free jailed client: He's a geographic racist

What, no Blacks live in Maple Shade? Or Mount Holly? Or Cinnaminson? No folks of color in Delran, Westampton or Moorestown? None in Willingboro or Burlington City? Nowhere but Mount Laurel for a racist like Edward Cagney Mathews to intimidate Blacks with ugly words and weapons? Nowhere else for him to continue his reign of abuse, disruption, and terror, or, perhaps, something worse next time?
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Tabernacle Hazardous Waste Drop-off - Saturday, July 17

Hazardous Waste Drop Off takes place the 3rd Saturday of each month and is a shared service between Tabernacle Township, Medford Lakes Borough and Shamong Township. Hazardous Waste is not collected curbside by Tabernacle Township. Residents are required to bring these items to the Public Works Facility during the scheduled collection dates and locations.
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Community demands answers from council after racist incidents

More than 70 people from Burlington and Camden counties who attended a heated Mt. Laurel council meeting July 12 demanded answers about Edward Cagney Mathews, the township man arrested on July 5 and initially charged with alleged racial harassment of neighbors. Mathews will remain in jail pending trial, Burlington County...
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A white New Jersey man caught on camera hurling racial slurs at his black neighbors was ordered held in jail Wednesday until his trial at the end of August. Edward Cagney Mathews — who was arrested July 5 after protesters gathered for hours outside his Mount Laurel home — appeared virtually for the detention hearing, where Superior Court Judge Terrence Cook deemed him to be a “high risk” and a “threat to the community” while denying his release, the Burlington County Times reported.
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