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A. Reginald Eaves

A. Reginald Eaves
September 6, 2009 --

A. Reginald Eaves, now a candidate for the Atlanta City Council, hit the headlines three decades ago over a police cheating scandal. He hit the slammer 10 years later after a federal jury convicted him of taking bribes as a Fulton County commissioner. For the curious, we have dug up the parole board’s 1998 decision that allows Eaves to vote again and run for office (but no guns, Reggie).

July 14

July 14, 2009 --

Madoff moved to prison in Atlanta 18 schools’ gains on tests raised suspicions Imperial coached Chambliss on how to rebut whistleblower witness at U.S. Senate hearing Parole board boosted own pay; reversed after public reaction Phoebe Putney: Georgia Watch defamed hospital

July 8

July 8, 2009 --

Grade Change Controversy at DeKalb High School Fulton Sheriff’s Office Double Dipping Parole Board Raises