And cries when pressed.
If this $10K contribution check ever existed there would be a canceled check to prove it, right?
Today, Agha stands by his story, and he contends the FPPC failed to pursue the case “because of monetary constraints.” He said he has hired a Sacramento attorney to try to convince the agency to reopen the investigation.
“It’s all there if they did their job correctly,” he said.
Potter said, “For me it’s ancient history. I have been exonerated, and I’m not spending time worrying about it.”
As for Agha’s pursuit of the matter, Potter said Agha appears to believe “the more money he spends the more he will get his way.”