Paper Seeks Philly DA’s Resignation Over Gifts

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Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams should resign, says the Philadelphia Daily News, citing a ruling by the city's Ethics Board fining Williams $62,000 for failing to list $175,000 in gifts and income from outside sources in his annual financial disclosure forms, as required by city law. "We believe he should resign because his ability to pursue cases involving political corruption has been fatally undermined," says the . . .

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