Six people, including the former longtime gneral manager Patrick Lynch, were named in a 29-count felony indictment from the Los Angeles County Grand Jury unsealed today. They are "charged with conspiracy, embezzlement and bribery and are accused of stealing millions from the historic stadium," the LA Times says, citing District Attorney Steve Cooley.
"Our Public Integrity Division prosecutors and D.A. investigators have done an outstanding job in putting this case together, and I commend them for their tireless efforts," Cooley said. "My office has thoroughly investigated and will aggressively prosecute this public corruption case."
The defendants have maintained that they have done nothing wrong.
The others charged are former events manager Todd DeStefano, former technical manager Leopold Caudillo Jr., music and event promoters Pasquale Rotella and Reza Gerami, and janitorial contractor Tony Estrada.