- Republican State Sen. Michael Williams was accused of lying to Georgia authorities about his whereabouts when he reported that his campaign office in Gainesville was burglarized in May.
- Williams reportedly said he was at home when around $ 300,000-worth of computer servers were allegedly stolen.
- His former campaign manager described the indictment as a “political witch hunt.”
- Williams made headlines during his campaign for governor in Georgia by driving a bus dubbed the “deportation bus,” the outside of which was covered with controversial messages.
The Georgia Republican state senator who steered his controversial campaign for governor with a “deportation bus” was jailed Wednesday after he was indicted on insurance-fraud charges and other crimes.
Michael Williams turned himself in on Wednesday, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. He is accused of lying to Georgia authorities about his whereabouts when he reported that his campaign office in Gainesville was burglarized in May.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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