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By: Jack DurhamNovember 1, 2016
When first asked by the Union whether she had written an email that smacked of extortion, the former head of the Yes on Measure V campaign flatly denied doing so, stating, “No! No! No! I don’t know how else to say that word – wait; nien, nay, non, nyet.”
But it turns out Hilary Mosher was lying. She did, in fact, write the email to a park management company earlier this year, telling its chief operating officer that she would walk away from the movement to get a rent control ordinance on the ballot in exchange for a $100,000 piece of property and a $50,000 zero-interest loan.
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