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DA’s spending of federal forfeiture money in question

By Willoughby Mariano - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution



Finances of the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office were in such chaos in recent years that even its most basic bills went unpaid. It was slapped with eviction fees for paying rent late for its burglary task force. One of its bank accounts was dangerously close to being overdrawn. A $7,000 bill for accounting services was two years overdue.

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