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The district attorney’s office formally joined the investigation Tuesday at the sheriff’s request, assigning a prosecutor and a DA’s investigator to the case.
The Marion County prosecutor’s office is reviewing the case and will make a final charging decision.
Kuczynski is due for questioning at the chief prosecutor’s office next week.
But the naming of a new anticorruption prosecutor has long been pending in the Senate, where Mr. Peña Nieto’s PRI is by far the strongest political force.
Now, authorities will again charge him with murder, this time for the death of the victim’s son, the Broward County prosecutor’s office said Thursday.
And might a prosecutor like Mueller use it against him?
The party has curbed public gatherings, increased control over the news media, undermined the independence of the Civil Service and the prosecutor’s office, and restricted the activities of nongovernmental organizations.
Soon enough, suspicions surface from various corners: prospective clients, rival lawyers, a curious prosecutor, and the local bar (legal, not Rooster).
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