Category Archives: Local Government

Leech City Intelligence Motivator

Leech City, our site to monitor and expose local public corruption, has a new post about the symbiotic behavior of criminal gangs and corrupt government officials. For those following along with the techniques for battling local corruption, that post helps motivate local dissidents toward the collection of raw information which can be processed into actionable […]

Leech City Update, 15 Nov 2016

We put up a new post over at, this time it is about some of the criminal history in our area and why we have fortified the place. That article lays the groundwork for future articles explaining the difference between criminals and corrupt politicians (spoiler: corrupt politicians are worse). For those of you just […]

New Blog,

Those of you who have been following our ongoing saga with the city of Manassas, Georgia, know that we formed a council of elders with expertise in a variety of fields, and asked for their advice about how to best accomplish our objectives. An important front in this campaign is the local public affairs effort. […]

Manassas City Attorney Leaving Post

As regular readers will know, I have been in an ongoing legal battle with the City of Manassas, Georgia, for a while regarding their seat-of-the-pants approach to government and spending, as observed by former councilwoman Audrey. New readers can catch up on things here and here, including a ridiculous criminal allegation by Manassas Mayor Rogers […]

Intelligence Is Operations

WRSA just posted a link to a great article about special ops planning. After initial consultation with relevant experts, we’ve borrowed heavily from this process for our own intelligence gathering and administrative warfare process in our local battle over an out-of-control city government. An important part of the linked article is the claim that often, […]

Repost: Defamating the Government

This was originally posted as a static page. Reposted into the blog format. A couple of years ago, I moved into a little town called Manassas, Georgia. I initially thought it was Mayberry, but I couldn’t have been more wrong. Much more on that later, including widespread burglaries, drug traffic, prison contraband smuggling, public corruption, […]