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Linda Schrenko wants her money (and her health) back

Linda Schrenko wants her money (and her health) back
December 15, 2011 --

Dec. 15, 2011 — Linda Schrenko, Georgia’s disgraced ex-school superintendent, says the feds owe her $195,000 taken as partial restitution for the money she stole from deaf kids. The Justice Department took the money in an illegal garnishment of her $4,500 monthly pension, said her attorney, former U.S. Rep. Bob Barr. Schrenko also complains that inadequate medical care in prison for her sleep apnea has left her in “a severely debilitated state of health.”

Dec. 7

December 7, 2011 --

Environmental group blasts DNR board Court rules for transgender editor at GA Legislature Indicted ex-Gwinnett commissioner files for bankruptcy Inappropriate downloads found on Clayton school board member’s computer

Oct. 29

October 29, 2010 --

Hidden workers stealing jobs from Georgians? Non-citizens voting in Georgia elections Wells Fargo to refile documents in 55K foreclosures SACS evaluating DeKalb schools Gwinnett DA says he’ll keep hunting shady land deals Retired Sea Island execs object to bankruptcy plan

Sept. 18

September 18, 2010 --

Deal son-in-law had previous undisclosed bankruptcy Lead plaintiff removed from sex offender registry COO arrested in stimulus-funded wage shortchange Rewarding local companies could cost Gwinnett more Ex-official accused of stealing from UGA institute Hearing appears unlikely for Forsyth Co. official

Sept. 17

September 17, 2010 --

Suicidal often wait days in ER before treatment Deal didn’t disclose $2.85M in loans Ga. 400 toll may not expire as promised Sea Island execs got big bonuses pre-bankruptcy Columbus State provost resigns Riverkeeper moves to block Forsyth Co. discharge permit Clayton Co. DA investigates Lovejoy voter records

Aug. 8

August 8, 2010 --

How CRCT test scores trumped honesty Bankruptcy, successes preceded Pat Reid’s indictment Response to Athens chemical spill and fire fell short More Bibb educators caught in ethics probe

June 26

June 26, 2010 --

Fayette judge’s indiscretions recounted in court; subpoenaed ex-judge a no-show Grand jury meets, ex-judge Oxendine appears Marietta mayor pushes for transparency Cobb Commission chairman candidate’s 1995 bankruptcy becomes an issue Attorney says Columbus park & rec probe is vendetta by mayor

Nov. 17

November 17, 2009 --

America’s newset land baron: FDIC Longtime collections firm dissolves amid client lawsuits Some say Broun mailing misleading Family searching for help after insurer files bankruptcy Hotel-motel tax misuse by Buford triggers scrutiny ATL officials win ruling on airport ad deal Former officer is third to sue Pendergrass