Leland Yee, best known to GP readers as the California state senator who wasted over 1.3 million tax payer dollars in a failed bid to introduce a law that would criminalize the sale of particularly violent video games to minors, was arrested earlier this year and brought up on federal racketeering charges.
Yee is accused of a bunch of unsavory deeds ranging from soliciting bribes in exchange for political favors to attempting to broker an arms deal.
Click here to read all the latest dirt on Yee if you need a refresher.
All caught up? Good. So, did he do it? Is he guilty? Vote in the poll and let us know!
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-Reporting from San Diego, GamePolitics Contributing Editor Andrew Eisen