February 10, 2010
the Veil of Secrecy on Jasper
County Public Records
The Jasper County
Magistrate’s name appears often in the Lien and Judgment records of the Clerk’s
Office……. $62,766.62 in total claims of record as of January 27, 2010.
List of Liens for Chief Magistrate Judge Kenneth
FiFa List Jan 2010
Information about judgment
and tax liens being on record against Chief Magistrate Judge Kenneth Jackson
has come to the attention of The Taxpayers’ Watchdog Group, Inc. Sources have told TWG that this information
has not appeared in local credit sheets of Court Records, information routinely
sent to lenders and businesses. Federal
and State Tax Liens have been on record since January of 2002 (IRS) and January
2008 (GA Dept Revenue), well before the last elections for Magistrate.
It is remarkable that this
information has been a “secret” from the public so long and yet old records about
a recent candidate in the Special Election for District 3 Commissioner surfaced
publicly right before the run-off. This
whole situation defies reasoning. Is it
ethical or even legal for this type thing to occur?
Usually, garnishments and property levy occurs after
judgment. At this time, it is not confirmed that
collection efforts have been enforced in these liens.
It is no secret that the
Jasper County Clerk of Courts is a very good friend and advocate for the
incumbent Magistrate. The Clerk has
been actively involved in political campaigns in recent years. His lack of impartiality should be cause for
concern for taxpayers. What else lies behind the “Veil of
LIEN COPIES FROM
IRS Vs Jackson.pdf
State of GA Vs.
for GA Judicial Officials
Code of Ethics for Government Service
.45-3-1. Oaths required
in addition to oath of office and constitutional
** To keep the taxpayers of Jasper County, Georgia informed as to where and
how their tax dollars are being spent.
** To keep the taxpayers abreast of local policies and laws being discussed and
** We advocate more open government, less government spending, and lower
** To keep the taxpayers of Jasper County, Georgia
informed as to where and how their tax dollars are
** To keep the taxpayers abreast of local policies
and laws being discussed and enacted.
** We advocate more open government, less government
spending, and lower property taxes.