McKinney to cut a deal?

McKinney’s people say no, but the AJC has this report:

Prosecutors for several weeks have been carrying on confidential discussions with the DeKalb County Democrat in what they characterized as an effort to reach a plea agreement, even as they were presenting evidence in the March 29 incident to a grand jury, said the officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

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  1. Fiddes says:

    Outrageous…simply outrageous. Meanwhile, back in her home state, any of her constituents who push, slap or nudge an officer can be charged with obstruction of a law enforcement officer, simple assault, simple battery and disorderly conduct.

    The U.S. Attorney handling this should turn in his credentials; his behavior is pathetic. How often does one present a case to a Grand Jury without previously securing a warrant? It’s pretty rare. And then, it takes NINE WEEKS to either “true bill

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