Jerry Dominelli accused Mayor Roger Hedgecock of “using [Nancy] Hoover and then ‘dumping’ her to ‘cover his ass.’”
In hot pursuit of the J. David Dominelli story, San Diego reporters ran into crafty cabdrivers, ferocious dogs, paper-thin walls, and — worst of all — each other.
By Thomas K. Arnold, May 10, 1984 | Read full article
Golding and Silberman. Golding’s first Kyocera-related action as a county supervisor came in May 1985, a period, records show, when Silberman was still working for the Kyocera-backed lobbying groups.
“If there’s one thing you can count on with Jerry Brown, it’s that he’ll come out on both sides of every issue. He was a hypocrite then and he is now.”
By Jamie Reno, April 9, 1992 | Read full article
(Part of Silberman story)
“RS says he talked to Bustamante… he told RS about his deals and in 2 weeks “Inamouri” (a wealthy ceramics tycoon) is coming to town.”
April 9, 1992 | Read full article
Lucchino, who Emmett says once dated Kennedy cousin Maria Shriver, approached her father R. Sargent Shriver and his son Bobby and discussed putting a deal together for the Orioles.
Lucchino once dated Maria Shriver and approached her father R. Sargent Shriver and his son Bobby and discussed putting a deal together for the team.
By Matt Potter, January 27, 2000 | Read full article
When Gray Davis appointed Padres owner John Moores to the Board of Regents of the University of California, Dynes said, “I’m really looking forward to working with him…I’m so pleased, I can’t stand it.”
By Matt Potter, Feb. 24, 2000 | Read full article
John Moores. Reputedly worth $500 million or more, he bought the Padres in 1994 and ever since has pitched millions into local charities and schools.
San Diego State to Moores: “We are committed to taking both the Athletic Program and the University to the next level but we would have had no chance without you.”
By Matt Potter, May 18, 2000 | Read full article
Larry Remer: “Forget the money. I wouldn’t have taken Edison as a client if I didn’t think it would be good for San Diego.”
By Matt Potter, Nov. 22, 2000 | Read full article
One reliable source said that the FBI began looking into Moores and Stallings’s friendship because no one in the city attorney’s or district attorney’s offices was minding the store.
By Thomas Larson, Apr 12, 2001 | Read full article
Gwinn wrote a letter to Union-Tribune editor Karin Winner, in which he claimed, "Mr. Bauder has misrepresented the truth through conduct that may be legally actionable."
By Matt Potter, Nov. 29, 2001 | Read full article
Malcolm will have to fork over $260,000 in fines and restitution. As a felon, he will no longer be able to vote or hold public office.
By Matt Potter, June 26, 2003 | Read full article