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Georgia’s judicial system never ceases to amaze me. Over 200 years of real property law, don’t mean shit!

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Georgia – Near Atlanta – Bridge on I-85 Collapse



Officials provide updates on I-85 bridge collapse, investigation
http://www.mdjonline.com/neighbor_newspapers/dekalb/officials-provide-updates-on-i–bridge-collapse-investigation/article_5ac439f8-1637-11e7-bf46-076851367242.html#utm_source=mdjonline.com&utm_campaign=%2Fneighbor-newspapers%2Fnewsletters%2Fbreaking%2F%3F-dc%3D1490982235&utm_medium=email&utm_content=headline
Christine Fonville 11 hrs ago Comments

During a 12:30 p.m. press conference today, Russell R. McMurry, Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Transportation; Mark W. McDonough, Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Public Safety; Joel Baker, Fire Chief of the City of Atlanta Fire Department; Keith Parker, CEO of MARTA and Chris Tomlinson, Executive Director of GRTA/SRTA addressed the media and public with updates about the investigation into the I-85 bridge collapse and what commuters can expect going forward. The following is information released at the conference:

-About 700 ft of the bridge will need to rebuilt. This includes about 350 ft on the northbound side and 350 ft on the southbound side. McMurry said the project will take “several months.”

-According to McMurry, the materials stored under the bridge were “common construction products, conduit and PVC plastic.” He emphasized that the materials were noncombustible and had been stored in that area since around 2006. McMurry also stated that “it is not an uncommon practice to store [those materials] under bridges.

-When asked why the materials got hot enough to cause the bridge to collapse, Baker responded, “it was due to the amount of materials involved, which generated a lot of heat.”
Neighbor News Online Updates

-McDonough said there would be no way to “produce detours on city streets,” and that drivers need to start planning alternate routes to avoid I-85. He described the current traffic plan as, “simple: use I-285.”

-MARTA ridership has seen a 25 percent surge and there has been an 80 percent increase in sales which Parker noted is proof that people are “preparing to find alternate transportation methods.” MARTA extended more trains this morning and will increase the amount of service they run during the weekends. Parker also said that Park-n-Ride lots are filling up in and around metro-Atlanta.

Check back with Neighbor News Online for more updates.

That’s one hell of a way to get people in Georgia to give up driving, collapse the bridges.

Under New Ownership


The property next door, changed hands, and I cannot in good conscious, continue with the old stories about the property.  Who knows where Robert (previous owner) went, or what happened to him. We have a good idea, but without any kind of evidence, I dare not say more.  
I will update as soon as I have something nice to say. Mama always said, “If you can’t say nothing nice, don’t say anything at all”. I personally added, unless you have the proof.

Unless and until things move along, it would be best if I get rid of all the inferences to criminal owners and illegal acts, etc. That way, I cannot be accused of slandering, defaming, libeling the new owners of the property. I will say, that the property had changed hands in May 2015, but change of ownership was not recorded into DeKalb County Georgia Records, until July 2015.

They have the house boarded up, but that does not mean there is no work being done over there, or that no one is planning to pick up harrassing us where DiNapoli left off. Only time will tell. We been here almost 21 years now, we ain’t going nowhere.

I will be revamping my blog, Keep a heads up yall, Fukushima is still killing us softly and slowly.

Kondaur Capital Corp.



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If anyone in Georgia has ever had Kondaur involved with their loan/loan documents,

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DeKalb County GA Ethics Board Chairman Resigns Day After Commissionier Stan Watson Reprimanded


DeKalb Ethics Board chairman resigns
Posted: 3:18 p.m. Friday, Aug. 14, 2015
By Mark Niesse – The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
http://www.myajc.com/news/news/local-govt-politics/dekalb-ethics-board-chairman-resigns/nnKYC/


DeKalb County Board of Ethics Chairman John Ernst resigned Friday, saying he wants to pursue other public service opportunities.

Ernst, who has served on the Board of Ethics since June 2013, stepped down a day after the board reprimanded Commissioner Stan Watson for voting to award a county contract to his employer.

“When I joined the board over two years ago, we had a budget of $16,000, lacked full membership, were in a suspended state and had a number of old and languishing complaints,” Ernst wrote in his resignation letter. “Today, I’m proud to say that we have dealt with dozens of complaints and have a more robust budget for counsel and investigators to root out unethical behavior.”

Clara Black DeLay, the board’s vice chairwoman, will replace Ernst as its chairwoman.

Obama is Getting Exactly What He Wants, Why Can Everyone Continue the Hate? STOP THE HATE!


“Ready for your white tears #BlackBrunchATL”

Black Brunch Atlanta protest leader “Ellevation_”, a self-proclaimed “QueerActivistBae”, espouses anti-white racism.

“Once the names and ages were listed, whiteness was so uncomfy. Oops. #BlackBrunchATL”

Black Brunch protesters invaded several Decatur, Georgia restaurants on Sunday. Protesters report two establishments called police, with managers from Sweet Melissa’s trying unsuccessfully to throw them out.

“Sweet Melissa’s staff attempts to get out #BlackBrunchATL, calls cops. @Ellevation_ like: “don’t touch me!””

Some customers at Sweet Melissa’s reportedly pushed and talked back against the protesters.

“#BlackBrunchATL received a number of threats/shoves at Sweet Melissa’s. “Our breakfast matters” erupted from a table.”

One white man sitting at a table with Black friends was filmed vocally objecting to the protest, repeatedly saying, “You’re stirring up conflict”, and at one point telling the protesters to “go home”.

“You’re stirring up conflict!” #BlackBrunchATL”

The anti-white racism of the protest was amplified by comments made online.

“White liberals don’t like to be reminded of their privilege. RT @jccfergie: White people be like…#BlackBrunchATL”

“#BlackBrunchATL was a success. Interrupting white spaces to raise white consciousness and expose internalized racism.”

 

Rather Than Use Non-Lethal Force, The Cops Just Kill Ya, And Be Done With It. Premeditated Murder? You Decide….


Georgia police shooting one of many drawing ire


People attend a rally for Antonio Zambrano-Montes in Pasco, Wash. Zambrano-Montes was shot and killed by police on Feb. 10, 2015. (Joshua Trujillo / Associated Press)

By SARAH PARVINI contact the reporter
http://www.latimes.com/nation/nationnow/la-na-police-shooting-roundup-20150310-story.html

The last month has brought a spate of six police killings of unarmed men.

The latest killings have further inflamed tensions after months of protests over the police shooting in August of Michael Brown, an unarmed 18-year-old black man, in Ferguson, Mo.

Here’s a look at the latest police shootings.

DeKalb County, Ga., March 9

A police officer on Monday fatally shot a naked unarmed man, who authorities described as deranged.

Officers responded to a report of a suspicious person in an area east of Atlanta, police said. Before officers arrived, another call came in that the man had removed his clothes and was running around.

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Officer Robert Olsen, a seven-year veteran of the department, shot and killed 27-year-old Anthony Hill, who is black.

Hill charged at Olsen, who fired two shots, according to DeKalb County Police Capt. Steve Fore. Olsen was carrying a stun gun, but didn’t use it.

Olsen was placed on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.

Hill had been arrested several times by Atlanta police, on suspicion of marijuana possession, obstructing an officer’s performance, and disorderly conduct, court records show.

Aurora, Colo., March 6

Aurora police shot and killed an unarmed black 37-year-old man Friday.

Naeschylus Vinzant died of a single gunshot wound to the chest, according to the Arapahoe County coroner’s office.

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Vinzant had removed his ankle monitor and fled from parole March 2, authorities said. He was wanted in connection with an “assault, robbery, kidnapping and domestic violence incident” that took place that day, police said.

Vinzant was killed four days later as police moved to arrest him. The city’s SWAT team was called in because of Vinzant’s “past violent history,” police said.

Court records show Vinzant previously faced charges of assault, menacing, eludicing police and illegal weapons possession.

Madison, Wis., March 6

Also on Friday, a Madison police officer shot and killed 19-year-old Tony Robinson, another unarmed black man.

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Police said they received several calls about a man who had “battered someone” and had been “out in traffic” and had then gone inside an apartment, police said.

Officer Matt Kenny heard a disturbance in the apartment and forced his way in, according to police.

After a scuffle with Robinson in which Kenny received a “blow to the head,” the officer shot Robinson, according to Madison Police Chief Mike Koval.

Robinson later was pronounced dead of gunshot wounds. Koval did not disclose how many shots were fired, citing the information as part of the shooting investigation, which will be handled by the state’s Division of Criminal Investigation.

Los Angeles, March 1 and March 5

The fatal shooting of an unarmed man on skid row renewed debate over how to properly police the homeless and mentally ill people living on the streets.

Charly Leundeu Keunang, a 43-year-old black man, died of multiple gunshot wounds on March 1, according to coroner’s officials.

Police said Keunang refused to follow their commands and tried to fight them, reaching for an officer’s holstered pistol. The gun’s slide was partially pulled back and the magazine dislodged, Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck said.

Activists have since denounced the shooting, which was caught on video, taking to the streets in protest and calling for an independent investigation.

A second investigation is underway following the fatal shooting March 5 of an unarmed motorist involved in a pursuit in Burbank.

Sergio Navas, 35, was shot by an officer sitting in a squad car after their two cars collided during the chase.

Wounded, the man got out of the car and ran, but officers chased him down and handcuffed him, said Officer Wendy Reyes.

He was declared dead at the scene after paramedics tried to resuscitate him.

The chase began when the man sped away from LAPD officers who tried to pull him over, police said. Officers started following the car because it had paper plates and Navas was “driving erratically,” they said.

Officers followed him into Burbank, where the man drove into a short cul-de-sac and was cornered. The man’s car collided with the passenger side of the LAPD car, and the officer in the passenger seat started shooting, police said.

Pasco, Wash., Feb. 10

Police in Pasco shot and killed Antonio Zambrano-Montes in a parking lot Feb. 10, following reports that he was hurling rocks at vehicles.

A video posted to YouTube appears to show Zambrano-Montes, 35, exiting the parking lot and then running down a side street with officers in pursuit.

Pasco police said they had ordered Zambrano-Montes to stop throwing rocks several times and tried to subdue him with a stun gun after he hit two officers with rocks.

Police fired 17 rounds at Zambrano-Montes, according to Sgt. Ken Lattin, public information officer for the Tri-Cities Special Investigations Unit, which is reviewing the shooting.

Bullets struck him at least five times, investigators said.

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