Listen: Senator Kamla Harris, Prosecutor, Kcbs discussed on Anchor: Larry Chiaroni
"Well, when she runs for president, California, Senator Kamla Harris will remind voters early and often that she is a career prosecutor KCBS political reporter, Doug sovereign says that that might not be the asset. She believes it is much of the nation. I met Kamala Harris has sharp-tongued griller of supreme court nominee brek Cavanaugh. Can you not remember whether or not you had a conversation about Robert Muller or his investigation with anyone at that law firm investigation has only been going on for so long, sir? I'm not sure those prosecutorial skills should serve Harris. Well in the presidential race argues KCBS political analyst, Mark Santa Claus. Very no nonsense. Prosecutor that's probably very good quality in terms of the candidate in debate. But not necessarily in the democratic primaries as the party moves to the left, especially on criminal Justice Harris's record, a San Francisco DA in California attorney general is coming under harsh scrutiny from progressive voters after KCBS broke the news that she will run for president likely with an Oakland announcement over Martin Luther King weekend left-wing Twitter when bonkers burying us an outrage under the hashtag Kamla Harris is a cop never mind that Harris alienated the SF PD when she didn't seek the death penalty for a cop killer CJ, Sarah Mela criminal Justice reporter, for reason magazine who has studied Harris's record as a prosecutor. So she will have to answer a lot of questions about it on the campaign trail, you started just instantly get distinct, I if you say. Four hours, a former prosecutor Thursday section of the Democratic Party is very skeptical of the power that prosecutors wielded and how they we all that along with police in her new book, the Senator characterizes herself as a progressive prosecutor, Doug sovereign KCBS one third of the employees at the East Bay express, including the entire editorial staff were laid off today. The express will still be published but rely on the work of freelance journalists and writers the layoffs come after the express lost a lawsuit by Terry fury, inex- sales and marketing director who claimed that he was denied overtime pay. The express was founded in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight."