U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz’s office doubled down in defense of its handling of the case against the late Aaron Swartz last night, but his loved ones say she needs to reflect on her official “bullying,” while legal experts said they believe the Internet activist’s suicide while facing cyber-theft charges could haunt Ortiz’s career — and change the way her office prosecutes cases. Ortiz’s spokeswoman, Christina DiIorio-Sterling, said last night the Swartz case won’t affect the office’s handling of other cases. “Absolutely not,” she said. “We thought the case was reasonably handled and we would not have done things differently…
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