In one of her first moves on swearing-in day, new Denver District Attorney Beth McCann “has dismissed Lynn Kimbrough, the long-time public information officer who often was the face of the district attorney’s office, according to Noelle Phillips at The Denver Post. McCann named Ken Lane, “a veteran spokesman for Democratic politicians” including Secretary/Senator/Attorney General Ken Salazar, to the position.
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Shameful, unnecessary, bone-headed. Lynn Kimbrough is highly respected, professional and competent. So now we’re back to the DA’s office of the ’80s, when decisions were colored by politics, and the management of the justice system wasn’t of value.