A federal judge cleared the way Monday for San Francisco prosecutors to release information they have withheld about charges against three local officials accused of accepting bribes from undercover agents that were allegedly intended for Mayor Ed Lee.
District Attorney George Gascón’s office said, however, that it would seek to keep the evidence out of public view.
The officials — former San Francisco school board President Keith Jackson, former Human Rights Commissioner Nazly Mohajer and former commission staff member Zula Jones — are accused of taking and trying to conceal $20,000 in purported campaign contributions to Lee. The mayor has not been charged.
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