The devastating findings of a report on widespread DeKalb County corruption by former state Attorney General Mike Bowers and investigator Richard Hyde continues to reverberate. The county is now the target of ongoing criminal investigations.
The questionable financial dealings that were uncovered mainly target county commissioners, but there is an interesting angle that especially demands action by Georgia’s Attorney General Sam Olens. It involves DeKalb County District Attorney Robert James. The Bowers-Hyde report alleges that James has broken the law.
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