Facing the near certainty of a subpoena from the California State Legislature, Pacifica has agreed to provide financial statements and invoices to the Legislative Audit Committee. Pacifica had previously stated that it did not recognize the committee's authority.
Among the items requested by the Audit Committee's chair, Scott Wildman, are the following:
The committee requested the information by Thursday 9/2, but Pacifica's latest attorney, David Rapoport, told KPFA news Monday that the deadline might not be met.
Meanwhile, two Pacifica national board members who have opposed the Berry/Chadwick campaign against KPFA, accompanied by a certified public accountant, inspected Pacifica's financial records in the Pacifica controller's Los Angeles office on Friday. No details of that inspection are available.
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