This week we’ve explored the curious case of Democrat Ken Hodges, candidate for Attorney General (Website | Facebook | LinkedIn | Twitter) and the mystifying actions he allegedly took in his official capacity as the then-District Attorney of Dougherty County in a matter of whistle blowers and Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany. We’ve also examined the actions of Republican candidate for Governor, State Rep. Austin Scott (Website | Facebook |Twitter) who has been trying for years to uncover the allegedly systemic abuse of some non-profit hospitals like Phoebe Putney with regard to their charitable obligations as tax-exempt entities.
Now, a documentary has been completed on this most interesting matter. Titled Do No Harm, the documentary is produced by The Kindling Group, a “nonprofit organization dedicated to creating documentary films that explore critical social issues and channeling them into powerful tools for community engagement and change.”
Guess who won’t let this documentary air in Georgia?