Based on my personal experience and that of many other residents of Jones County, Georgia, particularly African Americans, the entire criminal justice system in this county should be under investigation by both the US Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Bart Jackson and his Southern Mafia have created a power system within Jones-Bibb County which strips minorities housed in the city and county jails of their inherent civil rights. These injustices are not only occurring within the lockups, however. Many defendants have been falsely arrested, placed in solitary confinement, given dirty clothing while in jail, denied warm clothing or blankets while in jail, spied on by jailers while showering, and denied meals as well as the ability to make one telephone call in order to facilitate bail.
While in the Jones County Jail, I had several conversation with female detainees who lived locally and stated that the people inside the jail are afraid to say anything to the jailers and simply put up with the verbal and physical abuse as well as civil rights violations, out of fear of retaliation upon their release. Further, it was made clear that detainees also feared padded indictments and excessive sentences by judges and prosecutors, especially Keagan Goodrich, who is no longer a prosecutor in Jones County, judge William Prior, judge Hugh Wingfield, and judge Hulane George.
In fact, while I was in court as a result of false arrest, I witnessed Hulane George berate an African American attorney from Atlanta for simply asking a question regarding his client. This is the type of abuse of process and authority that the Southern Mafia inflicts on those who lack any level of control over the Ocmulgee Criminal Justice Circuit.
I am in the process of creating a blog with the hopes of bringing about change and instilling courage in Jones-Bibb County. Citizens who find themselves or family members involved in the criminal justice system need a voice. These people need hope for a new day. I also will be contacting the federal government regarding a multitude of civil rights violations which have been occurring for decades due to government collusion and fraud in Jones-Bibb County.
The individuals responsible for the racial and discriminatory injustices in these areas need to be held accountable for their heinous acts against people due to their skin color and for speaking out. The Southern Mafia (Bart Jackson, Ginny Vaughn who told me to “F Off” during official business and while using court computer, Keagan Goodrich, Butch Reece, and Fred Bright who thankfully went to be with the Devil in April 2018) has been keeping African Americans in Middle Georgia in their place for too long while using the criminal justice system and the power of their positions as weapons of mass destruction.
In addition to the FBI and DOJ, national media outlets are already interested in my stories about the Jones-Bibb County criminal justice system and the things that I witnessed while in jail. The truth will finally come out and many people are going to be embarrassed, and rightfully so.
Who cares about their embarassment, this is about right and wrong, and doing the right thing. Fred Bright ruined my life as well as many others and I am glad that he can no longer do so. God knew what he was doing and made sure that Fred had no chance as Attorney General. He was unfit for that role on many levels.