Thursday, April 26, 2012

Raids broaden corruption probe of L.A. County assessor - latimes.com

Raids broaden corruption probe of L.A. County assessor - latimes.com

Boxes of evidence are taken from the home of Assessor John Noguez, who is the focus of an influence-peddling probe, and other sites. The Phoenix-area home of a campaign donor who has secured large tax reductions for clients is also raided.

Noguez's relationship with Salari has been at the center of an influence-peddling probe launched last year after assessor's office employees complained that Salari and his wealthy clients were getting special treatment from Noguez and his top aides.

A former employee in the Culver City office recently told The Times that he secretly and improperly slashed the taxable values of more than 100 Westside properties in the hope that their wealthy owners would donate money to help retire debt Noguez had amassed during his successful 2010 campaign for assessor.
COMMENTS:
Dina Nava at 7:12 AM April 26, 2012
Don't you just love our Mexican government.

GREGORY L KUMP at 5:51 AM April 26, 2012
THIS CITY IS GIVING MONEY AWAY, TO FAMILES JUST KEEP HAVING KIDS AFTER KIDS. 'MEXCIANS LETS BE CLEAR' SOME FAMILES GET FROM THIS WELFARE $1300.00 A WEEK, WHY SHOULD THEY WORK?

kazz23 at 9:13 PM April 25, 2012
Of course, he's in Mexico......

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