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Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Cobb County commissioner stiffs voodoo priestess?

I tread lightly when it comes to South Carolina voodoo priestesses. As a matter of fact, I'd be fearful if I were the AJC's Kay Powell and Kent Miles for even reporting this story. I wish them the very best juju.

But here goes: A lame duck Cobb County commissioner — who's already had her fair share of controversy — has been accused of hiring George Ann Mills, a South Carolina voodoo priestess, to hex the man who ousted her from office and writing $3,000 in bad checks for the service. Kesting denies the accusations, even though Mills claims to have receipts of the alleged deal.

Kesting's thinks she's the victim of identity theft. Plus, she's got an alibi:

“I have no idea who [the voodoo priestess] is,” Kesting said today. “My car won’t let me get to South Carolina. I know nobody in South Carolina.”

Maybe the voodoo priestess can do something about that ride. She's possibly seen it, after all. According to the Marietta Daily Journal, Mills accurately described Kesting's car as a 1992 Mercedes Benz.

There are a million jokes in here that I'm not going to touch. The last person I need to piss off is a voodoo priestess or the greater voodoo community. So on that note, have a great night, everybody!

UPDATE I came up with a safe joke — and plausible alibi — for Kesting. Hey, she was just on a fact-finding mission to research biofuels! $3,000, please.

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