Thursday, December 22, 2016

Former McPier head gets probation for lying to the FBI

A federal judge handed a year of probation Thursday to a former head of the Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority who quietly pleaded guilty this year to lying to the FBI.
Leticia Peralta Davis, 58, told the FBI during a July 5, 2012 interview that she never discussed money with an unidentified public official. But Davis’ plea agreement indicates that the public official had, in fact, asked Davis for money in connection with that person’s official duties. No money changed hands, records show.

Jim Riley, former CEO of MPEA handed Marilynn Gardner, CEO Navy Pier Inc., a bogus 501C3 Non-Profit, a $1 - 25 Year Lease Agreement resulting in a windfall of $1 Billion in Taxpayer Monies outside of FOIA, OMA and public scrutiny and goes unpunished.  

Where is the US Attorney and the FBI?

Guess we will just let the IRS audit wrap up for Unrelated Business Income Tax and Excess Benefits Transactions resulting from excessive compensation to NPI Executives to recover the funds with penalties and interest and finally terminate NPI's tax exempt status.

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