Obama Nominates Central California's Top Prosecutor to Federal Bench

, The Recorder


SACRAMENTO — President Obama has nominated André Birotte Jr., the U.S. attorney for the Central District of California, to the Central District bench. Birotte has overseen the seven-county district, headquartered in Los Angeles, for the last four years.

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  • VG

    Interesting. No mention of how he single-handedly killed one of the largest sport doping prosecutions in the history of the U.S.? Coincidentally, on the same day that a donation was made (linked to those investigated) to Obama‘s favorite charity. Hope this all comes out in the Senate hearings.

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