DOJ Public Corruption probe resulted in 7 year sentence for San Francisco Public Works director.

By Michael G. Stogner

Mohammed Nuru

One can only hope the DOJ can look at San Mateo County.

Department of Justice’s probe into public corruption in the city and county of San Francisco.

August 25, 2022 Judge William Orrick Sentenced Mohammed Nuru to 7 years in Prison.

Mohammed Nuru in January pleaded guilty to what federal prosecutors described as “a staggering amount of public corruption” during his time leading the city’s Department of Public Works. Federal prosecutors said that over a 12-year period, Nuru accepted more than $1 million in money, international trips, jewelry, restaurant meals and other goods and services from city contractors and developers in exchange for preferential treatment and confidential information about city business.

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