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Your Call: How deep does San Francisco's political corruption scandal go?

Feb 3, 2016

  On the February 3rd edition of Your Call, we’ll discuss the unfolding San Francisco political corruption scandal.

FBI investigation of a Bay Area organized crime ring headed by Raymond "Shrimp Boy" Chow has implicated several public employees and officials. From bribery to money laundering, charges have already ensnared former State Senator Leland Yee and political consultant Keith Jackson. How deep does the San Francisco corruption scandal go? It’s Your Call with Rose Aguilar and you.

Guests:

Jonah Owen Lamb, Reporter for the San Francisco Examiner 

Tim Redmond, Founder and Editor of 48 Hills

Web Resources:

San Francisco Examiner: Public officials named in new findings from FBI probe of ‘Shrimp Boy’ Chow

San Francisco Examiner: DA, city attorney investigating illegal campaign contributions to Mayor Lee

San Francisco Examiner: Mayor Ed Lee at center of new bribery allegations

San Francisco Examiner: Chow trial political fallout: Looking back at the ‘Shrimp Boy’ saga

Sacramento Bee: Former state Sen. Leland Yee pleads guilty to corruption charge

48 Hills: What did the Mayor know?

KQED: 3 Former Fundraisers for Mayor Ed Lee Charged With Bribery, Money Laundering

The Guardian: SF’s culture of corruption

San Francisco Public Press: ‘Shrimp Boy’ Lawyer Claims Judge Shielded San Francisco Mayor in Corruption Probe

KQED: Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow Guilty on All Counts in Racketeering, Murder Trial