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Topic - Paul Zellerbach
A massive Southern California manhunt entered its sixth day without running to the ground shooting suspect Christopher Dorner, leading to questions as to how long the former Los Angeles police officer can elude authorities.
Riverside County District Attorney Paul Zellerbach announces a plea deal, Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013, in which former Moreno Valley city councilman Marcelo Co has agreed to plead guilty to accepting a $2.3 million bribe from undercover officers posing as real estate agents.
"By both his words and conduct, he has made very clear to us that every law enforcement officer in Southern California is in danger of being shot and killed," Riverside District Attorney Paul Zellerbach said.