New subpoena hits Atlanta City Hall in corruption investigation

Source: WGCL

Former Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed is named in a wide-ranging subpoena in connection with the federal investigation of City Hall corruption during his time in office, the CBS46 Bulldog team was first to report Monday.

BREAKING: Kasim Reed named in new subpoena. @cbs46 with breaking details at noon— Jonathan Carlson (@TVreporter) August 27, 2018

The new subpoena, received by the city of Atlanta last week, requests records of city purchasing cards, travel records, and payments dating back 8 years. This new subpoena expands to Reed's entire cabinet during his entire time as Mayor of Atlanta, according to the City of Atlanta.

None of the cabinet members that served under Reed are serving as cabinet members in Mayor Kesha Lance Bottoms' administration.

Feds want 8 years of not only spending records by kasim reed's daily calendar. 8 years!— Jonathan Carlson (@TVreporter) August 27, 2018

[Read the full subpoena below. Mobile Users, Click this Link]

This is part of an ongoing investigation. Earlier this year, Reed was named in another subpoena, which also named his brother Tracy.

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