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Opinion: Dragging Out Investigation Is Not Fair to Sammy Sias or to Augusta



The FBI and the GBI have had a year and a half to figure out whether District 4 Commissioner Sammie Sias has done anything wrong. It’s time for the two law enforcement agencies to wrap up the investigation so Sias can get his life back if he’s done nothing wrong and so Augustans can know whether on...

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  1. Eighteen months for this type of investigation is just not right. Either invoices for work completed or for materials purchased are legitimate – or not. Get this investigation completed.

  2. “so Augustans can know whether one of their commissioners is corrupt or an innocent man wrongly targeted.” This statement appears to me to be a classic false dichotomy. The publicly available information has already proved that he is a corrupt individual with a set of moral standards that are sadly deficient. The only question remaining asks if his actions are criminal. He can never be honestly described as an innocent man.

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