Former city employees Herman Porter, left, and Tony Adams during the 2010 investigation into the AAU basketball team sponsored by Nike they were running out of the city’s Parks and Recreation Department.
Former city employees Herman Porter, left, and Tony Adams during the 2010 investigation into the AAU basketball team sponsored by Nike they were running out of the city’s Parks and Recreation Department. Ledger-Enquirer file photo
Former city employees Herman Porter, left, and Tony Adams during the 2010 investigation into the AAU basketball team sponsored by Nike they were running out of the city’s Parks and Recreation Department. Ledger-Enquirer file photo

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