The Florida prosecutor suspended by Gov. Ron DeSantis on Aug. 4 was defiant in his first remarks since the move, vowing to continue serving in his position despite the suspension.
“I’m still doing this job, the state attorney … and the governor signing something with a pen or crayon doesn’t change that,” Andrew Warren told reporters during a press conference.
DeSantis, a Republican, suspended Warren, the state attorney for the 13th Judicial Circuit, hours earlier, citing how Warren has vowed not to enforce laws regarding abortion and hypothetical laws regarding sex change operations.
In his order, DeSantis requested the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office to “assist in the immediate transition” of Warren from the office and to ensure Warren and his staffers removed no files or other documents….


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