cleveland.com on December 15, 2011 reported that the suspended head of Cleveland's public housing agency has been acquitted on four corruption charges. But the same Akron federal court jury convicted George Phillips-Olivier on Wednesday on a single count of lying to FBI agents. He was charged with accepting golf outings, tickets to sporting events, drinks and meals in return for steering Cuyahoga (ky-uh-HOH'-guh) Metropolitan Housing Authority contracts. The jury acquitted a co-defendant, contractor Michael McMichael, on all charges.
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