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Will The Next Ga Attorney General Be A Chia Pet?

PV, Tuesday, September 27th, 2016

Rumors have it that Governor Nathan Deal is planning on replacing Attorney General Sam Olens with current Georgia Economic Development Department Commissioner Chris Carr whenever Sam Olens quits as AG to take-on the job as the new Kennesaw State University President. Stories in the news have been floating for about a month in various newsy-oriented […]

How much of a slimebag lawyer is AG Sam Olens?

politicalvine, Wednesday, September 21st, 2016

Sam Olens tries to silence opposition by having him disbarred “Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens conceded in pleadings filed in federal court that there was never any basis for his request to have a duly licensed attorney barred from practicing in Georgia or pursuing claims against the Attorney General. “In July of 2016, Georgia Attorney […]

Cobb County: Where corruption thrives!

Bill Simon, Tuesday, October 20th, 2015

Prelude By the time you get finished reading this, and absorbing the degree and depth of just how corrupt every level of government in Georgia is, here are some questions you might ponder in addition to the ones I posit: 1) For the corporate members who pay who-knows-what in annual membership to the Council for […]

PumpkinGate: The Cover-ups – Part 2

Bill Simon, Friday, October 24th, 2014

Cover-up By Dawson County Sheriff’s Office (“DCSO”) Personnel For nearly the past two months since August 23rd, I have been engaged in filing different Open Records Requests (“ORR”) with the Dawson County Sheriff’s Office. To those people who are not part of the Georgia GOP Republican establishment (who are, for the most part, good little […]

Sam Olens & Burrell Ellis: Is there a difference?

Bill Simon, Monday, October 20th, 2014

Maybe someone can straighten this out for me because, after spending the amount of time I have spent watching and observing politics in Georgia, my usual fine sense of smell seems to be out of adjustment these days when it comes to smelling corruption. So, is the deal with DeKalb County CEO Burrell Ellis the […]

GeorgiaWatchdogs.com to address RICO Hearing concerning AG Sam Olens

PV, Saturday, September 20th, 2014

IMMEDIATE RELEASE MEDIA CONTACTS: Sabrina Smith – 770-572-5888 | SabrinaWorks247@hotmail.com John Hunter – 770-492-4298 | Info@GeorgiaWatchdogs.com MEDIA ADVISORY PRESS CONFERENCE: RICO Lawsuits Against Georgia Attorney General WHO: Georgia Watchdogs, a diverse group committed to providing a non-partisan resource for Georgia residents who want to learn more about their public officials and government agencies. WHAT: Press […]

Will Georgia’s Corrupt AG Olens and Corrupt Board of Regents Be Brought To Justice?

PV, Thursday, September 18th, 2014

This coming Monday (September 22nd), a hearing will take place at 9:30 AM in Room 7220 of the DeKalb County Courthouse (deets below). This hearing before Judge Daniel M. Coursey, Jr. will be about the multiple lawsuit(s) filed against the Attorney General of Georgia (“Sam Olens”), and the holier-than-thou, exalted organization referred to as the […]

When making deals with devils, remember, the only “good” devils are deviled eggs (and Devil’s Food cake)

PV, Thursday, September 4th, 2014

Rumors have it that at a specially-called teleconference meeting scheduled to be held tomorrow afternoon (Friday, September 5 at 4:30 PM) by The Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission (f/k/a as the State Ethics Commission), the Commission will be entertaining a motion to axe Executive Secretary Holly LaBerge in order to clear the “political […]

Ethics Memo Goes…Boom!

PV, Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014

Rumors have it that Fulton County Superior Court Judge Ural Glanville has issued a 9-page ruling against the “Ethics Commission” (sic) Executive Secretary Holly LaBerge and Attorney General Sam Olens, fining each of them $10,000. In the story available on the AJC.com Website, they lay it out. One quote will be pulled for the throng […]

RICO Violations by Corrupt Georgia Government Enterprises

Bill Simon, Friday, January 24th, 2014

Prelude Over in DeKalb County, in the indictment process of former county CEO Burrell Ellis, some intriguing developments have made their way to the public eye via this article. What is of significance to this post is the following statement made by Don Geary, DeKalb County‚Äôs former chief assistant district attorney, in response to the […]

AG Sam Olens Meddling in Cobb County School Board Business

PV, Thursday, January 16th, 2014

“Olens could not be reached for comment about why he attended the private meeting.” Rumors have it that, in a top-secret meeting held last Tuesday between representatives of John Williams, et al. (for his Cobb County Riverwalk project, which is seeking multi-millions of dollars in tax exemptions/abatement from the Cobb County School District), members of […]

Meet the ‘Olens-BOR’ Crime Family

Bill Simon, Saturday, December 7th, 2013

INTRODUCTION Have you ever stopped to think why it is that in the State of Georgia, there really isn’t any headline-making mass of “organized crime” taking place? By “organized crime,” I mean the stories you hear about coming out of New York City and Chicago, et al. involving all kinds of crimes, drugs, prostitution, payoffs […]







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