The Union Tribune just broke a story that I’ve been talking about for more than a year:
“The so-called double escrow meant Cisterra was more of a middleman. It allowed Faulconer to present the deal as a transaction between the city and Cisterra — and not with Shapery and Manchester.”
It’s time for the media to “connect the dots.”
Yet, Todd Gloria enthusiastically supported the purchase, calling it a “great deal for taxpayers.”
The latest disclosure suggests:
We can’t have the instigators in charge of the investigation.
That’s why I’m calling for a complete and independent investigation of the 101 Ash Street scandal by state and federal authorities and immediate public release of all documents related to the transaction.
The political insiders who orchestrated this fleecing of the taxpayers are working together to stop me because they know I’ll open the door on backroom deal-making.
Clean up the mess!
Businesswoman. Leader. Empowerer.
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