Lawyers representing the six men charged in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum corruption case came out swinging after the 29-count indictment charged their clients with embezzlement, bribery and conspiracy.
Two of the top former executives of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum were among three people arrested on unidentified charges, the District Attorney’s office said Thursday.
The former events manager for the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission reportedly made tens of thousands of dollars in side deals with companies that used the stadium or adjacent Sports Arena.
A report says a Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum manager under scrutiny for simultaneously working as a consultant to the producer of a rave at the venue also hired a City Hall lobbyist.
The person who helped plan security at a Los Angeles rave where a teen overdosed and later died was also a paid consultant for the company that produced the event.