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OIG probe leaves open questions about staff departures at ethics panel

OIG probe leaves open questions about staff departures at ethics panel
December 9, 2011 --

Georgia Inspector General Deron R. Hicks says his staff found no evidence that his boss, Gov. Nathan Deal, pressed for the firing of the top two investigators at the ethics commission. The question is: How hard did he really look? Hicks’ inquiry did not address important disputed points, including whether the commission’s chairman, after being reappointed by Deal, had truly recused himself from an investigation of the governor’s campaign finances.

Jan. 28

January 28, 2011 --

GBI looks at DeKalb judge, ex-investigator Gwinnett official proposes permanent ethics board DeKalb yanks 24 teachers from classroom in cheating probe Is Ga. sex offender registry keeping people safe? Sudden shakeup stirs UGA Office of Student Conduct Cobb EMC’s Brown: Charges can’t be prosecuted APD unit probed over public strip search claim

Sept. 25

September 25, 2009 --

Victims, families respond to Imperial Sugar investigation Clayton County principal shakeup over cellphone sex video Corps denies Lake Lanier water releases added to flooding … GDOT to pay for $1,500 road signs from federal stimulus funds … Bookman: Reserving interstate lanes for the affluent … Watchdog tells Atlanta candidates to stop e-mailing city employees …