Seeno offices raided by feds

Seeno offices raided by feds

There are 46 comments on the Vallejo Times-Herald story from Feb 19, 2010, titled Seeno offices raided by feds. In it, Vallejo Times-Herald reports that:

Federal agents raided the headquarters of the Seeno development empire Thursday, hauling out stacks of documents from two office buildings at the heart of a 70-year-old family dynasty that has shaped much of East Bay suburbia.

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#45 Nov 1, 2011
Patriot, you are an idiot saying the HA are a criminal enterprise and a gang! Stupid, ignorant, uneducated and unnecessary comment!

Richmond, CA

#46 Nov 2, 2011
Rick wrote:
Patriot, you are an idiot saying the HA are a criminal enterprise and a gang! Stupid, ignorant, uneducated and unnecessary comment!
the H.A. are not a gang who's biz is often illegal? you are talking about the hells angels ..
the rest of your post seems to best fit your own .. curious to me why you post this so late?
[the orginal story has been removed]
maybe you are you posting to bump this topic because of the coming election in Benicia?
H Seeno

San Jose, CA

#47 Jan 26, 2014
I know this is four years late, but as a Seeno myself I'd like to say how foolish and wrong you all are. Stop spreading rumors. Absolute bullshit.

Citrus Heights, CA

#48 Nov 12, 2015
jitterbug wrote:
the business empire has have chime afforded the Seenos hefty political influence: Campaign finance records compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics indicate the family has made at least $516,000 in contributions to federal candidates since 1989.
That includes sizable contributions to national and state Democratic and Republican party organs, as well as to California and Nevada politicians including U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev.; U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., who heads the environment and public works committee; House Education and Labor Committee Chairman George Miller, D-Martinez; former Rep. Ellen Tauscher, D-Alamo; David Harmer, a Republican who sought to succeed Tauscher in last year's special election; and former House Resources Committee Chairman Richard Pombo, R-Tracy.
In California, the secretary of state's campaign finance database shows the company and members of the Seeno family have given at least $435,000 to various state candidates and causes over the past decade.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's campaigns and committees received at least $65,585 from the family and its businesses, while likely Democratic gubernatorial candidate and state Attorney General Jerry Brown's campaigns received at least $45,500.
I've come across some valuable info that I belive sooner important players may be interested in. I know who your snitch is and I have all her documents right here.

Citrus Heights, CA

#49 Nov 12, 2015
Does sunny ring a bell???? Just saying

Phoenix, AZ

#50 Nov 14, 2015
Stupid is the bell ringer

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