Angela Corey’s checkered past

Interesting  Corey would say about Shorstein:

“I told them he should not hold a position of authority in his community again, because of his penchant for using the grand jury for personal vendettas,”

 

 

When Corey came in, she cleaned house. Corey fired half of the office’s investigators, two-fifths of its victim advocates, a quarter of its 35 paralegals, and 48 other support staff — more than one-fifth of the office. Then she sent a letter to Florida’s senators demanding that they oppose Shorstein’s pending nomination as a U.S. attorney. “I told them he should not hold a position of authority in his community again, because of his penchant for using the grand jury for personal vendettas,” she wrote.

http://www.nationalreview.com/article/353633/angela-coreys-checkered-past-ian-tuttle