LA district attorney sorry husband aimed gun at protesters

STEFANIE DAZIO Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) — The husband of the first black woman to lead the country's largest local prosecutor's office pointed a gun and said "I will shoot you" to Black Lives Matter members demonstrating outside the couple's home before dawn Monday, prompting an apology from his wife on the eve of her primary election. In an emotional press conference, Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey said she and her husband, David, were awakened and frightened by the demonstration that occurred before 6 a.m.. She said he ran downstairs, where she heard him talking to someone, and that when he returned he said there were protesters. She said he told her: "I pulled my gun, and I asked them to leave." The encounter came ahead of a Tuesday primary election i
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