While I know many honorable, competent prosecutors, others make deeply flawed decisions: sometimes out of mistake, sometimes out of incompetence, and sometimes out of reasons more nefarious.
This one simply HAD to be the latter. As such, it stands as yet another example of how those who make “unjust” prosecutorial decisions that needlessly destroy the lives and families of those involved—be they victim or defendant—are rarely made to answer for that destruction.
Shame on Acosta and all who now insulate him.
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