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Friday, May 27, 2022

Former Los Angeles City Councilor Englander transferred from federal prison ahead of May 2022 release date

Former Los Angeles City Councilor Mitchell Englander, who was sentenced to 14 months behind bars in January for lying to federal authorities in a corruption case, was transferred from federal prison to a correctional facility in Long Beach.

Englander, 51, was transferred in September from the US Penitentiary in Tucson, Arizona to a community detention facility under the supervision of the Long Beach Prison Administration. approaching release. “

Prisoners released to the home must also register with the institution. It is unclear why Englander was transferred to a Long Beach facility or whether he was allowed to return home to serve the remainder of his sentence.

A spokesman for the Federal Bureau of Prisons wrote in an email that “for reasons of confidentiality, security and protection, (the Federal Bureau of Prisons) does not provide information on the conditions of detention of individual prisoners, including plans for transfer and release.”

Englander’s lawyer declined to discuss the terms of his transfer.

Englander’s expected release date is May 28, 2022.

The former councilor was sentenced in January to 14 months in federal prison on charges of obstructing an investigation into allegations of bribery in City Hall politics and accepting lavish gifts from a businessman while traveling to Las Vegas and Palm Springs in 2017.

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