Danny Robbins

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Danny Robbins in an investigative reporter for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. RELATED: Doctors & Sex Abuse, an AJC National Investgation

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Day to honor veterans also marks 100th anniversary of World War I’s end
 More than 100 veterans, including a Medal of Honor winner, turned out Sunday at the Atlanta History Center for a special Veterans Day observance that marked the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. On a cool, clear morning, veterans who served in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan gathered with others outside the center for a ceremony...

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More than 100 veterans, including a Medal of Honor winner, turned out Sunday at the Atlanta History Center for a special Veterans Day observance that marked the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. On a cool, clear morning, veterans who served in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan gathered with others outside the center for a ceremony...
Documents show how law firm got one woman’s bank account information
 When the lawyers for Connie James’ homeowners association garnished her bank accounts to recover delinquent dues, she was curious. She didn’t know how the accounts had been located, nor had she given anyone consent to access them.  More than a year later, her curiosity gave way to anger as she learned how the law firm found...

3:39 PM Friday, Oct. 12, 2018

When the lawyers for Connie James’ homeowners association garnished her bank accounts to recover delinquent dues, she was curious. She didn’t know how the accounts had been located, nor had she given anyone consent to access them.  More than a year later, her curiosity gave way to anger as she learned how the law firm found...
Think no one can know how much you have in the bank? Think again
 In a shadowy world seemingly ignored by regulators, something’s for sale that most people believe is theirs alone to know: bank account information. Your account, your neighbor’s, your parents’ — all can be had for a price, and, even at a time of heightened interest in protecting personal privacy, little is being done...

12:00 AM Friday, Oct. 12, 2018

In a shadowy world seemingly ignored by regulators, something’s for sale that most people believe is theirs alone to know: bank account information. Your account, your neighbor’s, your parents’ — all can be had for a price, and, even at a time of heightened interest in protecting personal privacy, little is being done...
State pays $1.5 million to parents of ex-inmate
 The state of Georgia has paid $1.5 million to the parents of a 43-year-old woman now in a vegetative state to settle their claims that their daughter was denied adequate medical care in prison.  The settlement is the state’s largest for a prison lawsuit in the last 10 years and ends a case that included video showing correctional...

8:45 PM Friday, Aug. 31, 2018

The state of Georgia has paid $1.5 million to the parents of a 43-year-old woman now in a vegetative state to settle their claims that their daughter was denied adequate medical care in prison.  The settlement is the state’s largest for a prison lawsuit in the last 10 years and ends a case that included video showing correctional...
Violent attack on Georgia prison nurse points to major security breach
 As Alicia Butler remembers it, the day was going along pretty much like all the others when the ambush occurred. One minute she was working alone in the small upstairs room where medication is stored at Georgia State Prison, part of her duties as a prison nurse, and the next she was on the floor, struggling with an inmate she believed was...

5:00 PM Thursday, Aug. 09, 2018

As Alicia Butler remembers it, the day was going along pretty much like all the others when the ambush occurred. One minute she was working alone in the small upstairs room where medication is stored at Georgia State Prison, part of her duties as a prison nurse, and the next she was on the floor, struggling with an inmate she believed was...
Doctor accused by 17 females loses license after male patient’s accusation of sexual impropriety
 A Texas doctor who was allowed to continue practicing after 17 women accused him of sexual impropriety has finally lost his medical license after being accused of similar misconduct by a man. >> Read more trending news  Dr. Philip Leonard of Austin, Texas, was among the physicians spotlighted by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution...

8:17 PM Friday, Jul. 13, 2018

A Texas doctor who was allowed to continue practicing after 17 women accused him of sexual impropriety has finally lost his medical license after being accused of similar misconduct by a man. >> Read more trending news  Dr. Philip Leonard of Austin, Texas, was among the physicians spotlighted by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution...
Doctor accused by 17 females loses license after male patient’s accusation of sexual impropriety
 A Texas doctor who was allowed to continue practicing after 17 women accused him of sexual impropriety has finally lost his medical license after being accused of similar misconduct by a man. Dr. Philip Leonard of Austin, Texas, was among the physicians spotlighted by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution in its 2016 investigation that detailed...

5:40 PM Friday, Jul. 13, 2018

A Texas doctor who was allowed to continue practicing after 17 women accused him of sexual impropriety has finally lost his medical license after being accused of similar misconduct by a man. Dr. Philip Leonard of Austin, Texas, was among the physicians spotlighted by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution in its 2016 investigation that detailed...
Thousands rally in Atlanta to protest immigration policy
 Thousands of people marched peacefully in downtown Atlanta on Saturday as part of a nationwide protest against the U.S. immigration policy that has separated children from their parents. A crowd estimated by police at 4,000 braved the heat to walk roughly a half-mile mainly along Peachtree Street from the Atlanta City Detention Center to...

8:28 PM Saturday, Jun. 30, 2018

Thousands of people marched peacefully in downtown Atlanta on Saturday as part of a nationwide protest against the U.S. immigration policy that has separated children from their parents. A crowd estimated by police at 4,000 braved the heat to walk roughly a half-mile mainly along Peachtree Street from the Atlanta City Detention Center to...
State official failed to delve into prison doctor’s troubled past
 For years, those whose loved ones died while in the care of Dr. Yvon Nazaire have wondered, often in angered tones, how he got his job. How could anyone make a doctor with a public history of neglecting emergency room patients in New York responsible for the medical needs of women in the largely unsupervised world of the Georgia prison...

9:00 AM Friday, Jun. 08, 2018

For years, those whose loved ones died while in the care of Dr. Yvon Nazaire have wondered, often in angered tones, how he got his job. How could anyone make a doctor with a public history of neglecting emergency room patients in New York responsible for the medical needs of women in the largely unsupervised world of the Georgia prison...
Cleanup at Ga. prison hospital leads to yet another problem — asbestos
 When the Georgia Department of Corrections began working earlier this year to improve conditions at Augusta State Medical Prison, the first order of business was a deep cleaning. After years of neglect, a thorough scrubbing of the building with disinfectant was desperately needed. But what was supposed to be a major step in bringing the state&rsquo...

4:01 PM Friday, May. 11, 2018

When the Georgia Department of Corrections began working earlier this year to improve conditions at Augusta State Medical Prison, the first order of business was a deep cleaning. After years of neglect, a thorough scrubbing of the building with disinfectant was desperately needed. But what was supposed to be a major step in bringing the state&rsquo...