This might require some feeding into Zuma's bat-computer. Is there a major, major scandal brewing at the Los Angeles Housing Authority? A month ago an authority manager, Victor Taracena was fired
after he was alleged to have awarded Authority contracts to family members and politically connected individuals in CD14. The Los Angeles Times is reporting
that the attorney for the Authority's chief investigator Abel Ruiz says he was fired after Ruiz complained that "people inside the agency interfered with his efforts to get to the bottom of an $800,000 bid-rigging scheme."Some of our readers have made a possible connection
, alleging more specific shadiness within a particular development in CD 14 that involves a non-profit organization. And we know some of the issues Zuma Dogg has brought up regarding non-profits
I am sure you all have something more to say.
Is the Times onto a bigger story? Lacking their own version of Woodward
if they are, I hope they have done their homework.
Labels: Los Angeles Housing Authority, shady government corruption