San Francisco Metropolis Corridor Scandal: Cash laundering duo to plead responsible

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) – The San Francisco City Hall corruption investigation has further implications.

Former city official Sandra Zuniga has pleaded guilty to federal charges.

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The US prosecutor says Zuniga will plead guilty of money laundering and work with investigators.

She is the former head of the mayor’s office for neighborhood services and the city’s fix-it team for safe and clean roads.

Prosecutors say she conspired with her romantic partner, Mohammed Nuru, the former head of the public works department.

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Zuniga is the fifth defendant to plead guilty to the extended investigation.

She has since been sacked by Mayor London Breed after being charged in June 2020.

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