Atlanta Journal Constitution
November 14, 2017
Georgia immigration enforcement board weighs hiring outside help
Georgia’s Immigration Enforcement Review Board is considering hiring a private investigator or a paralegal to help it get through a backlog of complaints, most of them filed by longtime anti-illegal immigration activist D.A. King.
Appointed by the governor, lieutenant governor and House speaker, the seven-member board — which has a $20,000 annual budget — is now tracking 14 pending complaints. All but one were filed by King, president and founder of the Dustin Inman Society, a nonprofit organization the Southern Poverty Law Center calls a “nativist extremist” group. Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle recently filed one against Decatur’s police policies… MORE HERE .