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Walton County Superior Court Claims in athletic lawsuit rejected

Case still open, but judge vacates all claims by Johnson, Huff

Posted: Wednesday, March 13, 2019 12:00 am

MONROE, Ga. — Claims that two elected officials and others interfered with the business of youth sports tournaments have been struck down in court.

Walton County Parks and Recreation officials Brad Huff and Jody Johnson and their company, Monroe-based JB Athletics LLC, sued vocal critics of the arrangement by which they brought traveling youth sports tournaments to the county.

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  • JohnW posted at 8:16 pm on Wed, Mar 13, 2019.

    JohnW Posts: 9

    I forgot to mention Mr. Bradford.

     
  • JohnW posted at 8:12 pm on Wed, Mar 13, 2019.

    JohnW Posts: 9

    Well I guess Ms. Carter, Mr. Perkins, Mr. Robertson, and Mr. Garrett are all "fist pumping" each other right now. I am not in to all of the politics but because of these allegations I know that several Walton County children and Walton County businesses did without the benefit of the travel tournaments that use to be in Walton County when my children were the age. Mr. Perkins said that his phone was ringing off the hook for travel softball tourneys in Walton County. Not a single softball tourney has been played since the Commissioners allowed the parks to be rented. As far as the accusation of JB Athletics stealing $300k to $400k from Walton County, I don't believe in Socialism. If the money is out there to be made go work for it yourself. That is not stealing, that is democracy. Thank you for allowing me to comment. I hope the best for all involved. We all have to be judged one day.

     

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