Dist. Atty. Ed Miller's sanctimonious defense of his questionable actions in the Sagon Penn case has an unconvincing ring. It took 12 days for his office to bring the court evidence of the most urgent and critical order.
The police document confirming Agent Donovan Jacobs' racist tendencies could have been read in five minutes, the paper work done in an hour, and its history ascertained in--at most--another another hour or two. That document was withheld from the court by the district attorney for obvious reasons--it would have been the straw that broke the prosecution's case, a case weak at best.