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Looks like the criminal's choice for L.A. City Attorney in March 05, 2013 election, Mike Feuer, ain't gonna have a smooth waltz down the Union red carpet. Looks like Mr. ASSemblymember Attorney has a little problem following the law. (A REALLY bad trait, if you wanna be city attorney.)
From Mayor Sam's Blogspot
City Attorney Candidate Greg Smith calls out Mike Feuer's "$30,000 in Questionable Contributions" from Bet Tzedek Associates
City Attorney Candidate Greg Smith calls out Assemblyman Mike Feuer's "$30,000 in donations" from associates of Bet Tzedek, as Feuer dodges media inquires.
Deputy City Attorney Greg Smith (right) accepts LAPPL's Line of Duty Award.
Don't count on "Bet Tzedekgate" going away anytime soon.
As Assemblyman Mike Feuer Campaign dodges media inquires regarding our Mayor Sam Exclusive, fellow City Attorney Candidate Greg Smith has apparently "up the tote of contributions" from Bet Tzedek associate, to the City Attorney Campaign of its former Executive Director.
During last night's Temple Israel City Attorney Debate moderated by LA Times Columnist/ Roving Editor Jim Newton, Smith stated to the assembled audience that Feuer had received $30,000, not our low end amount of $18,950. ** We can on further review, add another $12,086 in Bet Tzedek associates donations to give us a new total of $31,036 dollars in legally questionable donations.
We have no reason to dispute the obviously-researched higher total cited by the Smith Campaign. As we noted in our initial report, we surmised that our total was on the low end. Thus, the findings of the Smith Campaign only cast a larger spotlight on a growing fundraising scandal.
Meanwhile, the Metropolitan New-Enterprise has sought comment from the Feuer Campaign, regarding our exclusive, to no avail, as noted in this excerpt.
A contributor to a popular Los Angeles political blog has accused executives of Bet Tzedek Legal Services, one of whom is now a Los Angeles Superior Court judge, of making illegal donations to the campaign of Los Angeles city attorney candidate Michael Feuer.Scott Johnson, posting Saturday on “Mayor Sam’s Sister City,” alleged that a $1,000 donation by Holly Fujie in October 2011—two months prior to her appointment to the bench—and other donations made between October 2010 and June of last year violated rules prohibiting city contractors, bidders for contracts, and officers of organizations that are contractors or are bidding for contracts from donating to city candidates if the amount of the contract or proposed contract exceeds $100,000.The Feuer campaign did not respond to a MetNews request for comment..
Back at the debate, an eyewitness provided more background on Smith's comments.
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