Funny you mentioned that stuff and not the big stuff* in this article Op-Ed: County Inspector General has a history of selective enforcement of public corruption.
Big stuff? Ya
1. John Noguez, biggest public corruption case in CA history and probably US history (sans FNM fraud).
He didn’t collect a dozen bribes, he collected over 2,000 bribes a year going back as far as they looked, they had multiple warehouses of evidence, his case was parked for 8 years then dropped, he wasn’t just collecting bribes, he funded his own criminal invasion PAC and hundreds of politicians not only in LA but nationwide including Obama. Had Noguez been prosecuted thousands of political donors getting property tax discounts for decades would be in prison-and paying lots more fines and taxes and half the CA legislature in prison also.
The illegal alien sack of Bell, Maywood, Huntington Park and Cudahy (and now all of CA).
Fixed elections in Cudahy admitted in court by the Cudahy 5 from 2007-2012, no audit or changes to prevent future fixed elections.
Our state is literally run by Mexican drug cartels.
All of those cases had federal agents involved so I’m pretty sure the US IG knew about them and Huntsman.