Georgia Juvenile Chief Fired In Privatization Flap

Print More Orlando Martinez, Georgia’s top juvenile justice official for the last four years and the highest ranking Hispanic in state government, has been fired by Gov. Sonny Perdue, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. The dismissal came six weeks after a troubled Augusta youth prison was put into private hands and 120 state employees lost their jobs.
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