From: Greegor on
On Jun 26, 3:40 am, "He_Can't_Hide" <birth.certific...(a)verizon.net>
wrote:
> http://www.ajc.com/news/acquitted-georgia-teacher-files-534445.html?c...
> id=cmg_cntnt_rss
>
> A former north Georgia kindergarten teacher acquitted on charges she
> molested three young girls has filed a federal lawsuit against her
> accusers' families and the sheriff's department that arrested her.
>
> The lawsuit claims that 37-year-old Tonya Craft of Ringgold lost her
> career, her home and custody of her daughter and suffered mentally and
> physically because of "callously indifferent, reckless and grossly
> negligent conduct" by those involved in the case. Craft asks for $25
> million in damages.
>
> The long list of defendants includes the Catoosa County sheriff's
> department, two child advocacy centers, parents of Craft's accusers,
> social workers and a child therapist.
>
> Catoosa County Sheriff Phil Summers, along with the parents of the
> accusers, could not be reached for comment.

http://www1.romenews-tribune.com/Files/Documents/May2010/CraftComplaint.pdf

http://daltondailycitizen.com/local/x1174307962/Tonya-Craft-files-25-million-lawsuit-against-accusers

May 24, 2010

Tonya Craft files $25 million lawsuit against accusers, Catoosa County
Catoosa County News

RINGGOLD —



Read more: CatWalkChatt - Tonya Craft files 25 million lawsuit against
accusers Catoosa County

Sandra Lamb, mother of one of the alleged girl victims, of Ringgold.


Sherri and Dewayne Wilson, parents of one of Tonya Craft’s students,
of Rossville.


Joal Henke, Tonya Craft’s ex-husband and father of one of the alleged
girl victims, and his wife Sarah Henke, of Ooltewah, Tenn.


Kelli McDonald, mother of one of the alleged girl victims, of
Chickamauga.


Catoosa County as the governing agency.


Catoosa County Sheriff's Office.


Tim Deal, sergeant with the Catoosa County Sheriff’s Office and lead
detective in the case.


Phil Summers, Catoosa County sheriff.


Suzi Thorne, former child abuse investigator with The Green House
Children’s Advocacy Center in Dalton.


Stacy Long, a child abuse interviewer with the Children’s Advocacy
Center in Rossville for the Lookout Mountain Judicial Circuit.


Laurie Evans, a former therapist with the Children’s Advocacy Center
in Rossville for the Lookout Mountain Judicial Circuit.


Children’s Advocacy Center in Rossville for the Lookout Mountain
Judicial Circuit.


Greenhouse Children’s Advocacy Center in Dalton.



The Lookout Mountain Judicial Circuit district attorney's office,
including district attorney Herbert “Buzz” Franklin and assistant
district attorneys Chris Arnt and Len Gregor, and Judge Brian House,
who presided over the trial, are not mentioned in the suit because
they have prosecutorial immunity. The circuit serves Catoosa, Walker,
Dade and Chattooga counties.

Read more: CatWalkChatt - Tonya Craft files 25 million lawsuit against
accusers Catoosa County
Attorneys for Tonya Craft, a former elementary school teacher recently
acquitted of child molestation charges, filed a lawsuit in U.S.
District Court in Rome on Monday seeking $25 million in damages from
her former accusers.

Craft, 37, a former Chickamauga Elementary School kindergarten
teacher, was charged with molesting three children and was acquitted
of all charges on May 11 in Catoosa County Superior Court.

She was fired from her job at Chickamauga Elementary and had
maintained her innocence since her arrest in June 2008.

The 52-page lawsuit claims Craft was unjustly prosecuted, alleging a
lack of evidence, and also asserts that the children were coached to
testify against her prior to and during her trial.

The suit names 15 defendants:

• Sandra Lamb, mother of one of the alleged girl victims, of Ringgold.

• Sherri and Dewayne Wilson, parents of one of Tonya Craft’s students,
of Rossville.

• Joal Henke, Tonya Craft’s ex-husband and father of one of the
alleged girl victims, and his wife Sarah Henke, of Ooltewah, Tenn.

• Kelli McDonald, mother of one of the alleged girl victims, of
Chickamauga.

• Catoosa County as the governing agency.

• Catoosa County Sheriff's Office.

• Tim Deal, sergeant with the Catoosa County Sheriff’s Office and lead
detective in the case.

Phil Summers, Catoosa County sheriff.

• Suzi Thorne, former child abuse investigator with the GreenHouse
Children’s Advocacy Center in Dalton.

• Stacy Long, a child abuse interviewer with the Children’s Advocacy
Center in Rossville for the Lookout Mountain Judicial Circuit.

• Laurie Evans, a former therapist with the Children’s Advocacy Center
in Rossville for the Lookout Mountain Judicial Circuit.

• Children’s Advocacy Center in Rossville for the Lookout Mountain
Judicial Circuit.

• GreenHouse Children’s Advocacy Center in Dalton.

• The Lookout Mountain Judicial Circuit district attorney's office,
including district attorney Herbert “Buzz” Franklin and assistant
district attorneys Chris Arnt and Len Gregor, and Judge Brian House,
who presided over the trial, are not mentioned in the suit because
they have prosecutorial immunity. The circuit serves Catoosa, Walker,
Dade and Chattooga counties.

The lawsuit alleges the criminal charges were derived from a “repeated
and suggestive questioning” of the children involved by child
advocates and law enforcement.

Based upon the statements, which the lawsuit alleges were coerced, and
“without any proper investigation” the defendants acted to destroy
Craft’s parental relations as well as her freedoms.

By doing so, the defendants violated her civil rights on several
points.

Craft claims the sheriff’s department, GreenHouse and Child Advocacy
Center violated her civil rights and the questioning by
representatives of the Children’s Advocacy Center was “intentionally
designed to manipulate and/or harm the children.”

In addition, her children were removed from her home on the basis of
the investigation.

The suit stated the defendants acted and conspired to destroy Craft’s
“parental and familial relations, as well as Plaintiff’s freedom.”

Additionally, the suit claims statements made by Lamb and Summers to
the press were “false, were defamatory and were made maliciously.”

The lawsuit also seeks four conditions or actions: Craft’s name
removed from the records of any Georgia site or list of child abusers,
in essence expunging her record; a protocol be established for
investigations with corroborating information; requirement that
interviews be videotaped and leading and repeated question avoided;
training and supervision of employees investigating sexual abuse
claims.
From: Kent Wills on
At one time, not so long ago, ex-con (one conviction for OWI and TWO
convictions for BEATING his ex-wife), child abuser and self confessed
user and abuser of illegal drugs, Gregory Scott "Piggly Wiggly" Hanson
<greegor47(a)gmail.com> wrote:



KEYWORDS: Gregory Scott Hanson, Lisa Rene Watkins, Kristen Watkins,
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Hanson, Jim Hanson, Jimmy Hanson, Kris Watkins

>On Jun 26, 3:40�am, "He_Can't_Hide" <birth.certific...(a)verizon.net>
>wrote:
>> http://www.ajc.com/news/acquitted-georgia-teacher-files-534445.html?c...
>> id=cmg_cntnt_rss
>>
>> A former north Georgia kindergarten teacher acquitted on charges she
>> molested three young girls has filed a federal lawsuit against her
>> accusers' families and the sheriff's department that arrested her.
>>
>> The lawsuit claims that 37-year-old Tonya Craft of Ringgold lost her
>> career, her home and custody of her daughter and suffered mentally and
>> physically because of "callously indifferent, reckless and grossly
>> negligent conduct" by those involved in the case. Craft asks for $25
>> million in damages.
>>
>> The long list of defendants includes the Catoosa County sheriff's
>> department, two child advocacy centers, parents of Craft's accusers,
>> social workers and a child therapist.
>>
>> Catoosa County Sheriff Phil Summers, along with the parents of the
>> accusers, could not be reached for comment.
>
>http://www1.romenews-tribune.com/Files/Documents/May2010/CraftComplaint.pdf
>
>http://daltondailycitizen.com/local/x1174307962/Tonya-Craft-files-25-million-lawsuit-against-accusers
>
>May 24, 2010
>
>Tonya Craft files $25 million lawsuit against accusers, Catoosa County
>Catoosa County News
>

[snip Greg's latest PROOF that he believes he is exempt from any and
all laws]

25 million seems a bit much, but I do agree that if she can prove
the claims were without basis and malicious, those who invented them
and those who promoted them must be held accountable.

A select number of items that really are about Gregory Scott "Piggly
Wiggly" Hanson (either directly or through the same standards he
DEMANDS be held to others):

Title: ST VS GREGORY HANSON
(DOB 05/22/1959)
CRIMINAL COMPLAINT 04/10/1996
Comments: CT 1 OWI 1ST
OTHER CITATION 04/10/1996
Comments: CT 2 SPEED
Disposition Status
GUILTY PLEA/DEFAULT

"That's the chick, but not the pic, zipperhead!"
Greg "Piggly Wiggly" Hanson proving his bigotry towards Asians, by
attacking my first wife (deceased).
http://www.rsdb.org/search?q=zipperhead

Me: "I suspect your stalking is due to the use and abuse of illegal
drugs, Greg. Is the reason for your stalking the members of
alt.friends due to the use and abuse of illegal drugs?

Gregory Scott "Piggly Wiggly" Hanson, wife beater and child abuser:
"Of course."

"My family's case is for Neglect, but we are treated
in virtually every regard as child abusers, marked on
the Child Abuse registry, for example."
-- Gregory Scott "Piggly Wiggly" Hanson, wife beater and child
abuser

As of Saturday, March 27, 2010:

SMALL CLAIMS ORIGINAL NOTICE
Comments: OPA $2805.04
COPIES TO PA
VERIFICATION OF ACCOUNT

JUDGEMENT DEFAULT
Comments: JUDGMENT AGAINST GREGORY HANSON FOR $2805.04
+ INTEREST AT 7.271% FROM 8/6/98 & $45.00 COSTS.

Comments: NOTE OF GARN/NOTE TO DEFT SERV 9/24/98 BY WCSD
TO SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT (ED POLKERS) FOR GREG HANSON
FEES $35.60

Gregory Scott "Piggly Wiggly" Hanson has a Garnishment order against
him from Ed Polkers. There is nothing to even suggest any of the
money legally owed has been paid. The SoL on the order has likely
expired, but Greg still can't risk getting a job due to it.

As of Saturday, March 27, 2010:
Financials
Title: STATE OF IOWA VS HANSON, GREG SCOTT
Case: 06571 AGCR015216 (LINN)
Citation Number:

Summary Orig Paid Due
COSTS 9200.00 850.00 8350.00
FINE 500.00 500.00 0.00
SURCHARGE 150.00 150.00 0.00
RESTITUTION 0.00 0.00 0.00
OTHER 0.00 0.00 0.00

$9850.00 $1500.00 $8350.00

Yes, Gregory Scott "Piggly Wiggly" Hanson still owes over
$8000.00 related to his convictions for BEATING his ex-wife.

Me: Hey, he used your standards.
Gregory Scott "Piggly Wiggly" Hanson: It's textbook psychopathic
reasoning.

Greg admitting his standards are psychopathic.