FROM Josh Richman
Leland Yee and "Shrimp Boy" Chow Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow, a longtime Chinese gang member and convicted felon, was arrested yesterday along with State Senator Leland Yee and more than 2 dozen others swept up in a massive FBI raid. The criminal complaint against Yee has been released, and it reads like a crime novel. The Democrat from San Francisco is accused of arms trafficking and corruption.
Leland Yee Leland Yee, a Democratic state senator from San Francisco, was arrested today in an FBI corruption investigation. His is only one of a string of arrests across San Francisco that have also netted infamous Chinatown gangster Raymond "Shrimp Boy" Chow. Senator Yee is the third Democratic Senator this year to be targeted by the FBI’s ongoing corruption investigation. He is also running for Secretary of State.
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