The Los Angeles district attorney’s office will no longer object to the release of documents in the 45-year-old rape case against the film director Roman Polanski, the office said on Tuesday.
The director, Gascón said, remained a fugitive from justice and should surrender himself to the Los Angeles county superior court to be sentenced.
In a letter to the DA’s office, Geimer, who has sought to have the case against Polanski dismissed, asked that the office “take a fresh look” at the case and investigate alleged judicial misconduct.
In the decades since Polanski’s conviction, Hollywood has continued to celebrate him and A-list stars have continued to work with him.
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