Post by Oscar Knight on Nov 28, 2012 6:22:43 GMT -6
The Clayton County State Legislators
Lawmakers speak up for Clayton County’s sheriff-elect — whose name escapes them
An awkward press conference just wrapped up at the state Capitol, called by Clayton County lawmakers in defense of Sheriff-elect Victor Hill. At least that’s who we think they were talking about.
Hill, you’ll recall, faces a couple dozen felony indictments for alleged misbehavior during his first stint as sheriff, which ended when voters booted him in 2008. Hill revived his law enforcement career by beating incumbent Kem Kimbrough in the Democratic primary this summer, and defeated a write-in candidate this month.
Post by Oscar Knight on Nov 28, 2012 7:08:30 GMT -6
"GSA asks governor to suspend sheriff-elect Victor Hill"
The sheriff's association has recommended a temporary replacement for Hill, naming retired Clayton County sheriff Bill Lemacks. They would like for him to serve as sheriff until sheriff-elect Victor Hill can get his matters resolved.
Hill's attorney, Drew Findling, disputed the GSA's assertions.
"I think [Clayton County residents] are entitled to have a sheriff that reflects their choice, not the choice of white people," said Findling.
Post by Oscar Knight on Nov 28, 2012 17:09:57 GMT -6
.........Sometimes; A person might be elevated beyond their own compatibilities, among people living in our multicultural environment. I call this being lopsided, and catering to only one race of people.