Tuesday, January 10, 2012

KPBS: Ex-City Councilman Finally Headed To Prison

The U.S. Supreme Court has denied a request by former San Diego City Councilman Ralph Inzunza for a new hearing in the notorious case known as "Strippergate."

The decision means Inzunza’s appeals are over and his 21-month prison sentence must begin.

Read the article here.

9 comments:

Anita said...

It's sad to know that there are government officials who do this kind of act. The conspiracy between the ex-councilman and the club to add no touch rules at strip clubs is indeed punishable by law. I think the supreme court delivered the right decision.

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Xanae Lewis said...

This is surely a relief among the people of the city. This kind of government official deserves a punishment. I hope that no government officials will do the same act.

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Kyra said...

Being involved in "strippergate" is just very shameful. Imagine trading your morality for money. He deserved that sentence as punishment.

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Helen said...

Politicians getting funds from illegal businesses are common in our country. This is where they get their money whenever elections come in exchange for protection. Strip clubs are common venue for drug dealings, and other illegal acts.
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Lena Harris said...

Ralph Inzunza's 21-month prison sentence is not justifiable. A longer jail sentence would be a more appropriate punishment for protecting strip club operations in San Diego.

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Anna Smith said...
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Anna Smith said...

This is so disappointing. We'll be waiting for the lawyer of Insunza's comments. Lawyer San Diego

Victor Deloach said...
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Victor Deloach said...

People in Congress should enact more bills that will help pin down politicians covering up for these businesses. More strict verdicts should be implemented as well.

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