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Murderer gets 17 years to life in Schenectady St. shooting death

Paulette Bowman Carter speaks to reporters Wednesday after the sentencing of Terell Bethea, the man who gunned down her son, Charles Bowman, in Schenectady on Oct. 5, 2012.
Paulette Bowman Carter speaks to reporters Wednesday after the sentencing of Terell Bethea, the man who gunned down her son, Charles Bowman, in Schenectady on Oct. 5, 2012.
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A soft-spoken Paulette Bowman Carter took the witness stand Wednesday morning and recalled Oct. 5. It was a day when she got a call from her mother, Viola Jones. It was Jones’ birthday and Carter’s son Charles Bowman had visited her. The grandmother was so happy to see Bowman that she didn’t even tell Carter the gift he had brought her. Then the day took a turn for the worse, and Bowman was gunned down ...


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