David Margolis, the U.S. Justice Department's former senior career prosecutor, died Tuesday at 76 after putting in 51 years of service, NPR reports. He touched nearly every major case and controversy for a generation or more. Margolis arrived as "hot-shot pursuing organized crime and drug cartels in the late 1960s and 1970s," NPR says . . .
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