We discuss organized prison rebellions past and present. Starting with #ShutemDown2021. This week we’ll acknowledge many historical events whose anniversaries occurred either within the past…
(Athens, Georgia) – 11/24/2014 – Athens, Georgia is best known as a quaint, southern, college town. Years ago, a two year old African American baby girl was raped and tortured, at the age of two in Athens-Clarke County. This rape and torture continued for an extensive period of time. The exact time frame? We’re uncertain. We are certain however; that District Attorney Ken Mauldin sat on the executive board of a non profit known as The North Georgia Cottage. A 501(3)C with a mission statement that reads, “The Cottage provides intervention, advocacy, referrals, and support for survivors and families impacted by child abuse and sexual assault. The Cottage also raises awareness and provides prevention education about these issues.” The Little Girl, her biological mother and one of the men who actually tortured her, were sent to The North Georgia Cottage to be examined and interviewed after one rape. Listen To District Attorney Ken Mauldin Here
The child was adopted into a caring home. Her adopted mother requested incident reports and was denied such. The following report was obtained in 2013. Incident Report Number CRN 01-08-12-0812 Dated from 10-01-08 to Date 10-15-08 Aggravated Child Molestation Code Section 16-6-4. The incident report proves that #TheLittleGirl was raped six years ago – at least during the age of two. Further research and investigations may prove earlier dates of aggravated molestation.
During such time, Sexual Assault Center of Northeast Georgia, Inc.’s 2009, federal tax return shows that Athens-Clarke County District Attorney Ken Mauldin was a board member. The Sexual Assault Center of Northeast Georgia changed it’s name to The Cottage, Sexual Assault Center and Children’s Advocacy Center in October of 2008, according to their website Click Here To Visit The North Georgia Cottage Website. The Cottage Sexual Assault Center’s federal tax returns from 2010, lists Ken Mauldin as a Director; while; the Re-Elect Ken Mauldin website shows him seeking re-election for District Attorney Tuesday November 2, 2004. Mauldin is currently the District Attorney and according to the Athens Clarke County website, ” The Office of the District Attorney serves primarily as the prosecuting attorney in the Superior Court of Athens-Clarke and Oconee counties. In Athens-Clarke County Georgia, the district attorney is responsible for the prosecution of all criminal cases involving at least one felony charge.
District Attorney Ken Mauldin Resigned from The Cottage board of directors after his directorship was made public.
Derin Dickerson of Alston & Bird in Atlanta, Georgia, is currently attorney of record and may be contacted at: (404) 881-7454