Discuss this week's guilty verdict in the public corruption trial for Angela Spaccia, deputy to the disgraced former city manager of Bell, with Times staff writer Jeff Gottlieb during an L.A. Now Live chat at 9 a.m.
Spaccia, a $564,000-a-year deputy to former Bell City Manager Robert Rizzo, was convicted Monday of 11 felony counts related to her role in the corruption scandal that engulfed the city.
Spaccia is now the seventh Bell official convicted of enriching themselves at the expense of working-class residents. Rizzo pleaded no contest to 69 corruption charges in October.
During the chat,...