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By Matt Kibbe
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - los angeles district attorney's office
Prosecutors say a 12-year-old boy has admitted making a prank 911 call that drew police to Ashton Kutcher's home.
"Beasts of the Southern Wild" director Benh Zeitlin is working on his next film — a Louisiana-made fable about a hidden ecosystem where the aging process is "out of whack" and people can age quickly or very slowly.
American authorities are disputing who was a fault for apparent miscommunication over sealed transcripts requested by Switzerland in the Roman Polanski case _ an issue the Swiss say played a key role in the decision to refuse his extradition.
The Justice Department said Thursday that the Los Angeles district attorney's Office approved the denial of a Swiss request for information in the Roman Polanski case. Swiss officials say the denial led to the fugitive filmmaker's release.
The Roman Polanski case took another strange turn Thursday, with American prosecutors disputing who was responsible for an apparent miscommunication about sealed transcripts requested by Swiss authorities.