Al Martinez

Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist

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Columnist Al Martinez has worked for the  LA Times  since 1972.

Al Martinez Forced Out At The Los Angeles Times

Columnist Al Martinez has worked for the LA Times since 1972.

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