Skip to comments.Indicted lawmaker leaves fate of a half million dollars unclear (shoulder fired missiles)
Posted on 05/24/2014 5:27:40 PM PDT by Libloather
A small part of more than $800,000 that was parked in campaign accounts controlled by indicted or convicted California lawmakers is making its way back to contributors, but more than half a million dollars remains missing..
At the time of his arrest on bribery and corruption charges in March, Sen. Leland Yee (D-San Francisco) had $134,000 cash in his secretary of state campaign account and had weeks earlier sent more than $518,000 to a Los Angeles media agency for future campaign commercials.
Campaign finance reports filed with the state by Thursday's reporting deadline show the indicted lawmaker had reduced that account to just over $29,000, returning checks for nearly $20,000, and paid bills, including a small check to his criminal defense lawyer.
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I bet the perp wins.
Oh Yee of little faith...
Extortion and quid pro quo. Make them admit what they are doing.
the media agency should cough up that ‘future ads’ money