Multiple government agencies had opportunities to catch problems with Nash Habib’s business dealings. When they did, they either responded with a slap on the wrist or failed to share what they found with other departments.
Nash Habib arrived in the United States the day he turned 18. Since then, he’s worked, fought and schemed his way to the top of the region’s towing business.
On this week’s San Diego Explained, NBC’s Monica Dean and Voice of San Diego’s Liam Dillon set up at a local laundromat to tackle the issue of campaign money laundering and talk about why it’s a problem.
Ongoing local and state investigations into towing companies could represent the largest effort by an industry to illegally influence San Diego political campaigns in more than a decade.