Brooklyn DA Hopefuls Embrace Thompson's Record, Seek Distance from Hynes'
In a joint appearance as candidates before next week's Democratic primary, five of the six lawyers seeking to be elected Brooklyn district attorney sought to embrace the policies of Kenneth Thompson, who died in office last year, and distance themselves from the tainted legacy of ex-DA Charles Hynes, during whose tenure they all worked as prosecutors.
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