Monday, December 10, 2012 at 6:28 pm (Updated: December 10, 6:30 pm)
A Brunswick County resident is retracting what he now deems a false accusation he made nearly three years ago about Superior Court Judge Ola Lewis.
Edward Lee Rapp of Boiling Spring Lakes told the Beacon this week his accusation was unfounded about Lewis, whose libel suit against Rapp is scheduled for trial in January.
In 2010, Rapp posted commentaries in an online forum, claiming there was probable cause for disciplining Lewis for violating the North Carolina Code of Judicial Conduct for openly campaigning for candidates in the Republican primary.
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