No expired licenses at Times-Mirror Square?

I hope City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo is on vacation and not reading the paper, because the LA Times goes after him again today. Thank goodness they have the space to print story after story after story about somebody having an invalid driver’s license. It’s not like they were previously using the space to report on actual news.

Does anyone know why the Tribune, er, LA Times, wants Rocky’s head on a platter? It’s not enough that he lost his statewide race and has few prospects for where to turn when he’s termed out next year?

Are the paper’s journalistic resources contacting everyone else in LA City Hall and asking them if they have ever driven on an expired license, or had an employee who helped run personal errands?

I guess no one in Chicago — or in the Times headquarters — does such things.

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