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Letters: Doubting Lacey

June 02, 2012

Re "Testing a candidate," Editorial, May 29

I have not made a decision as to who I support in the election for district attorney of Los Angeles County, but I find it incredible that The Times continues to recommend Jackie Lacey for the job in light of the explanations she's given for her questionable testimony before the commission investigating anti-union activity by the present leadership of the district attorney's office.

After all, she might develop a "blood sugar" problem (her explanation for her inconsistent testimony) when a crucial decision has to be made that could effect her ability to decide appropriately.

Lisa Miyoko Inoue

Marina del Rey


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