Seeking Ethics Guard Dogs: Sustaining Donors Protecting Georgia Ethics Watchdogs

Behind every successful organization, there is a special group of individuals committed to helping protect, support and grow the group’s mission. Will you consider being one of them? We are launching Ethics Guard Dogs, our sustaining donor program. By investing in Georgia Ethics Watchdogs as an Ethics Guard Dog, you will help us continue and expand our efforts to hold politicians accountable to high ethical standards for all Georgians. Ethics Guard Dogs will make our

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Unethical Abrams: 10 ethics reasons why Georgians should not vote for Stacey Abrams for Governor

Stacey Abrams was once a public official I liked… A LOT!  But what a disappointment she’s turned out to be with both her leadership and ethics.  She has more ethical challenges than any other statewide candidate.  She’s become “Unethical Abrams” to me — the Kasim Reed of statewide politics. I’m tired of the voters of our state electing people to public office, only later to find out that they completely lack ethics. So with the primary election

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Justice for Fulton Families “Edwards Watch” Case #2 – Dallows v. Dallows

Is in Atlanta Law Firm committing retaliation for a father and his attorney speaking out against corruption? You be the judge…. The law firm Meriwether & Tharp seeking more than $54,000 from a court order that was vacated two-and-a-half years ago and there has been no further activity in the case since that time. On Tuesday, April 24, 2018, I held a press conference on behalf of “Justice for Fulton Families” to address what appears to

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Justice for Fulton Families “Edwards Watch” Case #1 – Rowles v. Rowles

Watchdogs Begin Edwards Watch Today with Rowles v. Rowles With the goal of having at least one volunteer monitoring every one of Judge Belinda Edwards‘ hearings, Georgia Ethics Watchdogs and Justice for Fulton Families begins Edwards Watch today with the case of Rowles v. Rowles. The hearing will be held at 185 Central Ave SW, 4th Floor Courtroom 4c, Atlanta at 9:30 am until at least 1 pm. Despite disclosures made by the Rowles children of

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Kick-off of Judge “Edwards Watch” – calling for volunteers to watch

Judge Belinda Edwards needs to be watched… and we plan to do just that! Join us for the kick-off of “Edwards Watch” – a volunteer effort to monitor Judge Edwards’ court.  When: Thursday, May 3, 2018 at 12 Noon Where: Fulton County Government, 141 Pryor Street SW, Atlanta, GA 30303 – main entrance Who: Justice for Fulton Families – William Perry, Georgia Ethics Watchdogs will be joined by families seeking justice. Why: To shine a light as bright

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Ethics Complaints: Abrams & Cagle Update

Last week I filed ethics complaints with the Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission (state ethics commission) against gubernatorial candidates Stacey Abrams (D) and Casey Cagle (R).  Here’s an update: Abrams: I am filing a second complaint against Abrams today for using campaign funds and resources to promote sales of her newly released book.  This is illegal because candidates are not allowed to personally benefit from campaign funds.  Abrams has been paid by her

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Stroke a Check Kasim!

Watchdog calls for former Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed to reimburse the taxpayers for unconstitutional gifts: As you may have heard, former mayor Atlanta Kasim Reed in the last few weeks of his term gave substantial bonuses and gifts to favored city employees and winners of contests such as lip sync and the like. It was to the tune of $518,000. The bonuses were illegal because, as City Council President and Ethics Champion Felicia Moore described to

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Justice for Fulton Families Launched!

WATCHDOG CALLS FOR POTENTIAL CORRUPTION INVESTIGATION IN FULTON COUNTY FAMILY COURT I have struggled to get media attention on very shocking cases I’ve been approached with for years, and today I’m holding what I consider to be the most important press briefing of my career! Since I began my work as an ethics/political watchdog with Common Cause Georgia in 2010, and continuing that work with my own organization, Georgia Ethics Watchdogs, I have been approached

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