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 Georgia Board of Regents, and all of their various alleged corrupt and criminal acts in violation of Georgia law, as well as specific components of the Georgia Racketeering Statute.
Why it is important for you to attend?
RICO lawsuits has been filed against the Attorney General and Board of Regents alleging criminal behavior. The lawsuit claims the defendants engaged in a “pattern of illegal activity under the RICO statute including acts of evidence tampering, identity theft, identity fraud, false statements to state agencies, perjury, subornation of perjury, and mail and wire fraud.”
What is the response of the Attorney General to these criminal allegations?
The Attorney General’s court filings DO NOT dispute facts in the two complaints but request that the court dismiss the complaints because state workers are immune from civil lawsuits. (So, essentially, the AG’s office is claiming they have sovereign immunity when they engage in criminal acts)
For an overview of the allegations and the AG’s office responses, checkout CBS 46’s Jeff Chirico’s report and transcript of the story here: http://www.cbs46.com/story/26310100/allegations-of-public-corruption-not-investigated-by-ga-attorney-general
After the Attorney General’s office lost the Ethics Commission whistleblower lawsuit, and was fined $10,000 by Fulton County Superior Court Judge Ural D. Glanville for withholding key evidence in that trial, are we taxpayers, who finance the salaries and expenses of Attorney General Sam Olens, his Department of Law lawyers, and the Board of Regents, supposed to just accept criminal behavior from these state officials?
Show up to let the Attorney General know there is no excuse for criminal behavior by public officials.
Date: September 22nd
Time: 9:30 AM
DeKalb County Courthouse – Room 7220
556 N. McDonough Street
Decatur, GA 30030-3306
Judge: Judge Daniel M. Coursey, Jr.
NOTE: Plan on arriving very early to locate a parking place and walk to the courthouse.