The role played by U.S. Senate candidate Martha Coakley in the Amiraults sex case raises questions about her judgment

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The story of the Amiraults of Massachusetts, and of the prosecution that had turned the lives of this thriving American family to dust, was well known to the world by the year 2001. It was well known, especially, to District Attorney Martha Coakley, who had by then arrived to take a final, conspicuous, role in a case so notorious as to assure that the Amiraults’ name would be known around the globe.

Full story: Dorothy Rabinowitz: Martha Coakley’s Convictions – WSJ.com.