Those crazy prosecutors--they're at it again. Getting arrested, breaking the law and generally misbehaving, as usual:
- Knives, brass knuckles and guns--Oh my!:"A judge ordered a former prosecutor who stole weapons from this eastern Idaho city's police evidence locker to serve his full one- to five-year prison sentence Tuesday after determining he lied in a plea-bargain deal that would have let him out of jail by Jan. 1." (Hat tip: The Legal Reader).
- Former Colorado Prosecutor Accused Of Death Threats: This guy allegedly left a voice mail for his former supervisor at the DA's office and threatened to burn her home to the ground. He also allegedly told a cop in regard to the DA's office that "I have been having visualizations and fantasies about going postal and killing everyone over there..." What a sweet talker.
- Judge sentences US attorney who challenged common police Internet sex sting: He thought he was chatting with a 14 year old, but unfortunately, it was--oops--a cop.
- Prosecutor in Clinton/Lewinsky Case Accused of Stalking: Robert W. Ray, the former independent counsel who investigated President Bill Clinton's affair with Monica S. Lewinsky is accused of stalking a "former girlfriend, a 40-year-old Manhattan woman, filed a complaint that he persisted in sending e-mail and knocking on her door months after she broke off their relationship. Police charged Ray, 46, with a misdemeanor count of stalking in the fourth degree." Say it ain't so!