The quick summary is the hyperlocal CarroltonGeorgia.com sniffed out payments from the city to the local legislator for undefined services.
As is sometimes the case, the blog hit a stone wall with city officials unwilling to go on the record. Enter Creative Loafing, who talked to the city manager and was rewarded with this bit of weirdness.
He said Bearden often leads programs and initiatives and assists with some matters “you can’t talk about.” Coleman elaborated on the statement about Carroll County black ops missions, saying many of those efforts, for legal reasons, are not open to public records.Black ops missions? Are they conducting Psy-Ops against Anniston in preparation for our invasion of Alabama?
Good to see Georgia politics getting back to the backwoods bizarre that is the norm.