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plasticsundance Donating Member (786 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Aug-03-06 10:34 AM
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Hank Johnson's long rap sheet.
Aug. 1, 2006 -- It appears that Hank Johnson, Rep. Cynthia McKinney's so-called "Democratic" opponent in the August 8 primary in the Georgia Fourth District, has more in common with Republicans than merely his acquiescence to the Bush-Cheney party line on the Middle East. Johnson also has quite a rap sheet that includes judgments, tax liens, lawsuits, property seizures, and ethics complaints.

A certain "progressive" and "Democratic" web site was very quick to endorse Johnson. It appears that in addition to approving Johnson's overt GOP support, the web site in question shares something else in common with Johnson: the taint of financial impropriety (birds of a feather do flock together).

Hank Johnson's impressive "rap sheet" --

1. ETHICS COMPLAINT
Commissioner Hank Johnson used money out of his campaign accounts to contribute funds to the Committee for a Better DeKalb (PAC) to help pass the 2005 Bond Referendum.
2. CONFLICT OF INTEREST
County Commissioner Hank Johnson, whose district includes Hickory Ridge, was accused of accepting a campaign contribution from the owners of that landfill. Johnson denied the charge, but county records show he received $1,000 in July 2000 from Doug Dillard, the attorney representing the landfill. Johnson defended the donation, saying Dillard represents many developers seeking county approval for their projects. Atlanta Journal Constitution 2/20/2002: More than 200 pack DeKalb landfill hearing seeking answers.
3. LAWSUITS
1. Macy's v. Henry Johnson at al. #88A45456 (DeKalb State Court). Suit filed on June 7, 1988 by Macy's Department store on account. Judgment taken for Macy's in the amount of $490.20 fifa issued
on April 17, 1989.
2. Blazer Financial Services v. Henry Johnson #88A59081 (DeKalb State Court). Suit filed on Dec. 8, 1988. Unpaid bill was $588.00 Case was not contested and default judgment was entered on Feb. 3,
1989. Case " settled" on June 5, 1989
3. Worley v. Johnson # 89A75667 (DeKalb State Court). Suit was filed by court reporting company Worley & Associates. Unpaid bill was $500.20. Case was not contested and default judgment was
taken for $500.20. On April 13, 1990 fifa was issued for $500.20
5. Bull & Associates v. Henry C. Johnson 90A10289 (DeKalb State Court). Suit by Court Reporter on Feb. 5, 1990 for $206.40. Case was not contested. Default judgment entered and fifa issued for
$206.40 plus $37.15 in attorney fees.
6. Macy's v. Henry C Johnson et al., 91M21752 (DeKalb State Court). Suit on account stayed by filing of bankruptcy.
4. GARNISHMENTS
Macy's filed a garnishment action against the Johnsons to collect the judgment. Macy's v. Henry C. Johnson at al. 89G24199 (DeKalb State Court) Money was paid into court by Fidelity National Bank.
5. FEDERAL TAX LIENS
Federal tax liens issued against Johnson and his law practice for over $53,203.80 in back taxes.
6. BANKRUPTCY
On October 28, 1993 Henry C. Johnson and his wife filed a Chapter 13 (payback plan) bankruptcy in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. #93-75181 The case was
dismissed at least once because the Johnsons failed to abide by the payment plan. The case was later reinstated. The plan called for partial payments to the creditors. The case was closed and discharged on
October 23, 1998.

Ed. note: fifa, or fieri facias, is a directive from the Court to the Sheriff, Marshal, or other authorized officer, requiring him to seize sufficient property of the defendant to satisfy the amount due on the judgment.

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The Deacon Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Aug-03-06 11:18 AM
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1. Saw The Commentator On "Situation Room"
Not Wolfie - the fat, unhealthy looking one - refer to McKinney as "degraced." Aren't you so glad we have CNN up in Atlanta to tell all of us poor, dumb Georgia voters who deserves to represent us?
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GAPeace Donating Member (314 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Aug-03-06 11:19 AM
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2. He's just a "token black man" that the GOP and conservative Dems
want to use to unseat Cynthia.

I know that sounds racist, but it's the people running him for office who are using such a racist tactic. He's unintelligent, unimpressive, and has no connection to his distrct whatsoever.
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plasticsundance Donating Member (786 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Aug-03-06 12:11 PM
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3. They're always pulling dirty tactics with McKinney
Remember when they had Republicans voting in her previous primary just to oust her. It will come back to bite them in the ass. It always does. Georgia is a beutiful state with many polite people, but I'm really getting fed up living in Georgia with their ultra-Conservative bullshit. Many in GA think blue laws are nation wide.
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