The Georgia secretary of state’s office this week announced a new investigation into absentee voting irregularities in the Atlanta mayoral runoff between Keisha Lance Bottoms and Mary Norwood that took place last December. While the investigation isn’t likely to change the result, the final tally saw a mere 800 vote difference between the candidates, so any doubt certainly raises eyebrows. Details are yet to come, but another cloud over City Hall has its ship DRIFTING…
Two executives from Atlanta-based Primera Medical Group have been charged with fraudulently seeking some $8.5 million in insurance payments. CEO Shailesh Kothari and COO Timothy McMenamin were caught by the FBI for submitting more than 4,500 fraudulent claims for allergy treatments, but were caught when forging proof for suspicious insurance companies. Now facing serious jail time, these healthcare execs see their ships SINKING…
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