CUYAHOGA COUNTY, OH (WOIO) –
Michael Forlani, charged along with Jimmy Dimora in the county corruption investigation, will change his plea in Federal Court on Thursday. He had previously pleaded not guilty to bribing Dimora in order to win business for his company, Doan Pyramid Electric.
He faces charges of conspiracy and racketeering, among others.
Forlani is the latest construction executive to fall in the investigation. He provided electrical work for Dimora at his Independence home. He had an interest in the Wade Park Veterans Hospital project among others that got Dimora’s support.
After Dimora was found guilty in another case, charges against him in this case were dropped. Dimora has begun serving a 28 year prison sentence.
Article Courtesy of WOIO 19 Action News
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