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Splatter e-mails reflect Clayton County power struggle

For weeks, Clayton County elected officials, department heads, and members of metro Atlanta’s press corps have been getting e-mails filled with political smears, character assassinations, hot tips, unsubstantiated allegations, and full-on blast-mode rage. Some purport to be from one or more people hiding behind pseudonyms (e.g., anti-Hill John David, pro-Hill Sherrad Frinks) and casting bait […]

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