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  • Whistleblowers: Homeless money diverted, we lost our jobs

    Whistleblowers: Homeless money diverted, we lost our jobs
    September 21, 2010 --

    Two whistleblowers are preparing to sue Fulton County Manager Zachary Williams, claiming he eliminated their jobs because they reported waste and fraud in county government. The potential plaintiffs told Williams that more than $150,000 in county funds — disguised as payments for homeless shelter supplies — had bought lavish linens, Chiavari wedding chairs and other supplies for an employee’s private event-planning business, their attorney said.

    Fulton admits ‘meltdown’ over 2008 absentee ballots

    Fulton admits 'meltdown' over 2008 absentee ballots
    August 12, 2009 --

    Fulton County officials admit serious violations of election rules for mishandling thousands of absentee ballots in 2008, attorneys said today. Hundreds of voters may have been disenfranchised because Fulton screwed up requests for mail-in ballots, state investigators found, and vote-counters ignored security and accuracy guidelines. Former judge Norman Underwood: Fulton’s 2008 performance was “unacceptable, unsatisfactory and embarrassing.”