Haley Bonds says she did everything she could think of to protect her 16-year-old daughter from the beatdown she was expecting at a youth jail in Northwest Georgia. Yet, just 20 minutes after a supervisor assured her Whitney Bonds would be safe, another officer called Haley
to say her daughter was “bleeding out” and being rushed to the emergency room. Two months later, Whitney says guards at the Rome RYDC used bribes of food to set one youth against another. “It’s like they’re dogfighting these kids,” her mother said.
State to cut staff for HIV prevention City of ATL employee claims retaliation after investigation of mayor’s brother Fulton County attorney: Shifting tax funds violated state law Ex-teacher of the year among accused cheaters in Dougherty County schools Special prosecutor may review charges against retiring Brunswick judge AG seeks details on possible Macon meetings violations
More flaws crop up in Fulton Co. tax assessments Fired Hall Co. sheriff’s lt. claims retaliation Opinion: Columbus Civic Center audit shows real clowns ATL Public Schools prepares to turn over hard drives, computers
ATL principal’s demotion called retaliation Broker: Deal had panel name old friend as real estate commissioner
Prisoners report beatings in retaliation for Dec. protests Fulton to put elected judge in charge of ‘rocket docket’ Bibb rehires judge who quit in ‘love offering’ scandal Gwinnett dispute stops police use of radar guns
ATL superintendent to step down Cost mounting in CRCT investigation DeKalb court building identified as security risk East Point mayor faces ethics charge Ex-Columbus Parks & Rec staff says firing was retaliation Augusta Chronicle to sue for 911 tapes
Defendants squeezed by Georgia’s tight budget Whistleblower suit against State Ethics Commission alleges retaliation Ga. court allows class action against credit insurer
Unchecked staffer let funds flow on for mountain spa Critics blast Perdue for overseas trips, aides defend DeKalb board member’s business caters to schools Review: Warner Robins hiring practices inconsistent Fulton judge sets July 8 hearing on Oxendine ethics case Suspended Albany assistant city attorney alleges retaliation Police: Warner Robins councilman lied about stolen cellphone
A middle Georgia judge retaliated against two witnesses who testified in January about his courtroom conduct, state investigators say. Those actions may cost Twiggs Probate Judge Kenneth Fowler his paycheck.