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Friday, June 21, 2013

Willie Brown in bid-rigging probe

Now this is delicious: It appears Louise Renne is now investigating Willie Brown's role in alleged contract rigging at the Housing Authority. Larry Bush also reports that

Law enforcement officials at the federal and local level are showing a strong interest in whether former mayor Willie Brown was at the center of an effort to rig a Housing Authority contract.

 If there's any success here, it will be the first time ever that Brown was caught at anything. The FBI has gone after him. Ethics regulators have gone after him. He's never been charged.

And I wonder how long Ed Lee will continue to stand behind him (and the Chron will give him a free forum) if it turns out that an investigation shows serious wrongdoing.
Law enforcement officials at the federal and local level are showing a strong interest in whether former mayor Willie Brown was at the center of an effort to rig a Housing Authority contract, CitiReport has learned. - See more at: http://www.citireport.com/2013/06/renne-more-to-come-on-sfha/#sthash.C3qqys3G.dpuf


Law enforcement officials at the federal and local level are showing a strong interest in whether former mayor Willie Brown was at the center of an effort to rig a Housing Authority contract, CitiReport has learned. - See more at: http://www.citireport.com/2013/06/renne-more-to-come-on-sfha/#sthash.C3qqys3G.dpuf

4 comments:

  1. I don't have much money, but i would pay to see him prosecuted and convicted. I want to see the teflon scraped off.

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  2. WILL THE TRUTH BE TOLD.
    SFBG still claims that you resigned.

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  3. Remember when it turned out that the evidence of wrongdoing seized from Zula Jones' City office was thrown out because of warrant issues, as if public records of which one is a custodian are all of a sudden incorporated into the right of the individual to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures.

    These fish don't fry, although Brown deserves to die in prison.

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  4. Is Sunnydale for sale? When and how will the resident engagement work performed by the contract winners be evaluated? Can we hire an expensive law firm for that too? Seems just as important.

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