An article by Timothy Perry, published by The San Diego Union-Tribune, discusses what Mexican multimillionaire José Susumo Azano Matsura's trial showed about election integrity and border security.
Last month, a federal jury in San Diego convicted Mexican multimillionaire José Susumo Azano Matsura for a series of campaign finance crimes, including contributions by a foreign national. Today, the case lumbers along in its post-trial phase, destined for the inevitable appeal. While the guilty verdicts brought closure to a case that has fascinated local political circles, it should also be recognized for what it says about two current issues of national importance: election integrity and border security. Read the full article