As Predicted

Prior to writing my post on the O’Neal matter this morning, I was talking with a reporter and told him that if the Democrats were really not just playing politics and wanted to do something, they should have filed their complaint with a District Attorney or the US Attorney instead of sending it to a legislative committee that could not lawfully consider the complaint.

Edward Chapman has now done just that. He’s forwarded his complaint to both U. S. Attorney David Nahmais and to Georgia Attorney General Thurbert Baker.

And the story lives on.

10 comments

  1. Mad Dog says:

    And, if Bull Moose is listening, if I write an Ethics Complaint against Cagle, will Richardson et al throw it in the trash like they do for Perdue and O’Neal?

  2. Bobby Kahn says:

    Silly Edward Chapman. He should have obtained a sworn statement from Gov. Perdue. As for the Richardson complaint, I neglected to include a sworn statement from the lobbyist.

  3. Erick says:

    HeartofGa,
    Hey, if they are going to forward with a criminal complaint, it’s still playing politics, but now they are giving more legitimacy to it and I support their right to do this.

    They aren’t now just talking the talk, but walking the walk too. Good for them.

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