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(Portland, OR)  --  A grand jury won't be indicting a man accused of stabbing three people at a Fourth of July party on Government Island.  The assault case against Brandon Richard Cullen has been dropped after the grand jury issued a "no-true bill," meaning the panel decided there was insufficient evidence to issue an indictment.  The men who were stabbed during a fight at the party suffered multiple wounds, but Cullen told authorities he acted in self-defense.  One of the men required surgery on his colon.   
 

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