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Former Bartow County Captain Gets 13 Months

Posted under Current News on May 12th, 2008 by admin 0 comments

ROME, GA - BRENTON JAMES GARMON, 36, of Cartersville, Georgia, was sentenced today in federal district court by Judge Robert L. Vining, Jr. for embezzling and converting $80,493.78 in public funds to his own use while GARMON worked as a Captain for the Bartow County […]

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Mexico City’s Police Chief Gunned Down

Posted under Current News on May 11th, 2008 by admin 3 Comments

By Manuel Roig-Franzia
Washington Post Foreign Service
Friday, May 9, 2008; Page A01
MEXICO CITY, May 8 — Gunmen assassinated Mexico’s national police chief Thursday, blasting him with nine bullets outside his home in the capital and dealing a significant setback to the government’s campaign against drug cartels.
Edgar Eusebio Millán Gómez, the public face of Mexico’s offensive against […]

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Peso Laundering, Drug Trafficking Convictions

Posted under Current News on May 6th, 2008 by admin 1 Comment

The Article, “Dr. Alan D. Moy’s Version of the Hippocratic Oath” has moved to the “Whine & Opine” column. (click at top of page).
“OPERATION RAINMAKER” RESULTS IN NEARLY THREE DOZEN CONVICTIONS OF MONEY LAUNDERERS & DRUG TRAFFICKERS Large Scale “Black Market Peso Exchange” DismantledAtlanta, GA–HERIBERTO TORRES-ROMERO, 57, of Bogota, Colombia, was sentenced today by United […]

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Dr. Alan D. Moy’s Version of the Hippocratic Oath

Posted under Current News, Whine & Opine on May 5th, 2008 by admin 7 Comments

Floyd County is wealthy, financially, educationally, and in the medical resources we have. We have two thriving medical centers, Redmond Regional, and Floyd, and some of the best heart and osteo medicine practiced in the state.
We have a plethora of doctors, nurses, and other medical practitioners, as well as a technical college, Coosa Valley Technical […]

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Realtor Betty Brady Qualifies to Challenge Incumbent Barbara Massey-Reece, State House District 11

Posted under Current News on May 1st, 2008 by admin 4 Comments

Chattooga County Realtor, Betty Brady, Republican, has qualified to challenge Democratic Incumbent, Barbara Massey Reece.
The 54 year old Brady gained recognition throughout the Southeast, when she authored “Meth Survivor, Jennifer’s Story - How One Community Fought Back”, the story of her daughter’s fight to conquer addiction to methamphetamine. Brady has gained the trust and respect […]

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John Johnston Makes His Case

Posted under Current News on April 23rd, 2008 by admin 10 Comments

(Note/Disclosure: Teresa Watson was subpoenaed to testify in the case).
It was an unusual afternoon in the courtroom of Floyd County Superior Court Judge F. Larry Salmon, on Tuesday, April 22, 2008.
John Johnston was present, representing himself in a case filed last year against Steve Rood, the Georgia Department of Veteran Services, and the Georgia Disabled […]

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Lorraine Lemming’s Plight Gets Exposure at the Georgia Commission on Women

Posted under Current News on April 17th, 2008 by admin 16 Comments

Thursday, April 17, 2008
Lisa Morton and Lori Googe, daughters of Lorraine Lemming, and Larry Lemming, Ms. Lemmings ex-husband, appeared, by invitation before the monthly meeting of Governor Sonny’s Perdue’s Georgia Commission on Women, yesterday, to speak about Lorraine Lemming’s legal plight.
Lisa Morton, a healthcare professional, spoke eloquently about her mother’s long history with Bi-polar Disorder, […]

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Federal Prisoner Murders Fellow Inmate

Posted under Current News on April 15th, 2008 by admin 0 comments

FEDERAL INMATE INDICTED FOR MURDER Atlanta Federal Penitentiary Convict Allegedly Stabbed & Strangled Another InmateAtlanta, GA - BRIAN RICHARDSON, 45, originally of Huntsville, Alabama, and a federal inmate, has been indicted by a federal grand jury on a charge of premeditated murder of another inmate at the United States Penitentiary in Atlanta (USP-Atlanta). RICHARDSON is […]

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Wednesday Night Line-up Includes Climate Expert

Posted under Current News on April 8th, 2008 by admin 1 Comment

WEDNESDAY, April 9th: 8:00-10:00PM, EST
Dr. Gianni Hayes’ Radio Show:
Radio schedule at:
Ever have doubts about global warming? If you want to get an entirely different side of it, listen to the show Wednesday night.
The first hour features Dr. Stan Monteith discussing depopulation and secret societies; the second hour is Dr. Roy Spencer, […]

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Georgia’s First Joint State & Federal Secure Identity Task Force Case Prosecuted

Posted under Current News on April 4th, 2008 by admin 0 comments

Atlanta, GA - AL AMIN PATNI, 47, of Marietta, Georgia, has been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of misuse of a social security number, aggravated identity theft, and illegal reentry. PATNI had his initial appearance and was arraigned before a United States Magistrate this morning on a superseding indictment. The superseding indictment […]

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