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Morning Wrap: 11/6/12

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Death penalty restored for Oakland man who killed infant son by “body slamming,” Bill Clinton weighs in against Prop 32, arrest in San Jose’s 40th homicide, more.

  • The state Supreme Court restored the death penalty for man convicted in 2003 of “body slamming” and killing his infant son and who told police he was trying to toughen up the boy for life in Oakland. Mercury News
  • Former President Bill Clinton has lent his voice to recorded robocalls in opposition to Prop 32, criticizing it as faux campaign reform that helps special interests. Sac Bee
  • Gregory Graniss, 22, pleaded not guilty to two felonies related to that MUNI bus destroyed by hooligans in the Mission district the night of the Giants’ World Series victory. Bay City News Service
  • Police in San Jose made an arrest in a weekend shooting death that was the city’s 40th homicide this year. Mercury News
  • The Bay Area’s largest outlet mall, 130-store Paragon Outlets Livermore Valley, is to open its doors Thursday in Livermore. Mercury News
  • Bernard Tyson was named as the first ever African American CEO of Kaiser Foundation Hospitals and Health Plan. Oakland Tribune

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