In 1997 PG&E was convicted of 739 misdemeanor counts of criminal negligence.
In 2010 they were convicted of felony obstruction of justice and other serious charges in connection with the San Bruno pipeline disaster, crimes for which they remain on probation.
The utility is now being investigated by Butte County and state prosecutors for criminal negligence in the most destructive wildfire in California history – a fire that killed 85 and left tens of thousands homeless.
Californians can’t afford to have a convicted felon running our energy grid.
3 strikes . . . you’re out.