Don’t punish prosecutor for stating her opinion

I just read the front-page article of the April 30 News regarding revoking the authority of Kathleen McDonald as a Cheektowaga town prosecutor. I was in total shock!

As I see it, all she did was dare to disagree with District Attorney Frank Sedita and she was fired. Is this not a democracy? He may be saying that she doesn’t know the law, but it seems to me that all she didn’t know was that you don’t disagree with Sedita. I thought that was what Everybody’s Column was all about – being able to put forth your opinion without fear of personal retribution. Last I heard, that is what this country is all about. Did it offend his prosecutorial ego?

What happened to freedom of speech? It seems to me something is not right here.

Donna Szeliga