CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 2, 1987 |
The former prosecutor in the "Twilight Zone" case, who recently attacked the current prosecutor's credibility while testifying as a defense witness, has held a deep-seated rancor for his successor and has also been bitter because he would no longer be able to write a successful book about the case, a sheriff's investigator has charged. The accusations concerning Deputy Dist. Atty. Gary P. Kesselman and the current prosecutor, Deputy Dist. Atty.