Ex-Trash Hauling Exec Charged In SF Pay-To-Play Scheme

Law360 (Nov. 18, 2020, 11:10 p.m. EST) – A former executive at garbage transportation and recycling company Recology is the youngest person to appear in a far-reaching federal pay-to-play investigation into the former public works director in San Francisco charged, according to a criminal complaint filed in California federal court on Wednesday.

Paul Fredrick Giusti, former group government and community relations manager for Recology’s San Francisco Group, faces charges of bribery and money laundering. According to prosecutors, Giusti was a key player in passing on more than $ 1 million worth of bribes to Mohammed Colin Nuru, who himself was charged in January of honest service fraud and false …

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