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Top Cop’s Kerfuffle | June 11, 2020

Down on the corner and out there in the streets they’re calling it “Ravitch’s kerfuffle.” Jill Ravitch, the Sonoma County DA, mocked citizens when they protested the Georgia slaying of African-American, Ahmaud Arbery.

“I seek to do justice in the work I do, not by marching,” Ravitch boasted.

Fifth District Supervisor Lynda Hopkins replied, “I worked, and I marched.”

Hopkins’ sentiments were widely echoed.

Over the past two weeks, hordes of citizens like Hopkins have worked and protested the death of George Floyd and marched against police brutality. It’s the American way.

Defense lawyer Omar Figueroa cranked up his sarcastic and said, “Jill is hard at work ignoring environmental crimes and police brutality. Time to retire. I’ll pay for the cake.”

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