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02
Jun

3rd L.A. Building Inspector Under Scrutiny

Apartment owner Kyong Ho Cho has filed a lawsuit against Samuel In. In, a Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety inspector who retired after 30 years with the City, had been placed on leave May 4.

Cho’s lawsuit alleges that Samuel In demanded a bribe of $15,000 from him to resolve a dispute over an unpermitted conversion of Cho’s garage to an apartment. He accuses Cho of promising to fix the problem by using In’s business partner Tae Seog Lee and his firm Max Construction. Lee and his attorney deny the allegation and call it “meritless.”

The FBI is currently investigating Building and Safety. And in April, a federal grand jury demanded personnel files for 12 current and former employees of Safety employees, including Sanuel In.

Read the original article in the Los Angeles Times.

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