The Leader of the Opposition called for his removal...the Bar Association told
the Prime Minister he had to go and now, with the forces aligned against him,
DPP Kirk Anderson has reportedly agreed to resign his post. We were unable to
confirm this with government higher ups but senior sources tell us that negotiations
were entered into and Anderson of his own will agreed to resign. He will reportedly
leave office at the end of the year.
Anderson came under fire in August when he attempted to return 400 files to
the Police Department. He took the brash decision after police refused to follow
his office's instructions on two cases, one of them the case of Ben Abou-Nehra
accused of killing Shawn Copius.
The terms of his departure are not known at this point, but as a tenured appointment,
Anderson would have served in the post until retirement.