Anyone familiar with the criminal justice system knows that those famed wheels grind slowly. In the case of the now soap-operatic Rosenstrach affair, the wheels not only zig-zag, but they spin crazily around. There are more twists and turns than you can find in an Agatha Christie novel.

The latest major turn is that the case has divided neatly into separate halves. A third “half,” the civil case, appears to be in limbo at the moment. As a result, two special prosecutors — one of them called a “special district attorney” — have been appointed by the New York State Supreme Court to take the place of Columbia County District Attorney Paul Czajka, who disqualified himself from the criminal case.

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