Monday, January 20, 2014

Work at Ridley-Thomas' residence went beyond security system

I am quoted in this article in the Los Angeles Times. 

Jessica Levinson, a professor at Loyola Law School who studies governmental ethics, said that if the work at Ridley-Thomas' residence was ultimately deemed inappropriate, the supervisor would be responsible, no matter who first suggested the improvements.

"He's not unfamiliar with what it means to be a public official or the state ethics code," Levinson said. "He's the person who said yes to the work. Whether or not the idea started with him, he OK'd the project."


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