O’Malley’s In-N-Out Burger Order: Hold The Facts

ALAMEDA | Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley usually avoids the spotlight. But in late July, she stood before the City of Alameda’s planning board and voiced opposition to a proposed In-N-Out Burger at a new development slated for construction at the mouth of the Webster Tube. O’Malley, an Alameda resident, didn’t find yet another fast-food restaurant on the island distasteful, nor did she protest the industry’s low wages or voice environmental concerns about the production of hamburgers for mass consumption. Instead, she asserted that an In-N-Out would bring crime to her neighborhood. And because she had no evidence to back up her claim, her implication seemed clear: She didn’t want the type of Oakland residents who might dine at In-N-Out to come to her city…

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