CORRECTION: We originally reported that the APD was dedicating a portion of a single detective’s time to sex trafficking cases. Actually, the APD has a maximum of 4 to 5 detectives assigned sex trafficking cases, but each is prohibited from spending more than 20% of their time on such cases, which results in a combined total of slightly less than 1 full-time detective, irresponsibly low for a city like Atlanta.
ATLANTA, GA – Miranda “Randa” Bryant has been operating a prostitution ring from Apartment #4408 at the Reserves at West Paces (1401 West Paces Ferry Road, Atlanta, GA) for a long time.
Investigators have confirmed that Randa Bryant is the current occupant of apartment #4408, and she is the documented owner of three different erotic massage service companies: Atlanta Body Rubs, Atlanta’s Best Kept Secret, and Hush Massage.
One only has to look at Randa’s Twitter account to see she self-proclaims herself to the be the owner of Atlanta Body Rubs, a clear prostitution service given the fact Continue reading
Elizabeth Ellis is a forensic psychologist in Gwinnett County who makes a very lucrative living as an “expert” witness in cases involving allegations of child sex abuse, especially sex abuse against very young children. In this capacity, she has provided testimony in countless cases.
As one of Gwinnett’s only forensic psychologists and a court-appointed custody evaluator, her findings are regularly relied upon by Gwinnett County judges to determine whether young children who report abuse will be protected from their abusers.
Because of her incompetence it is estimated that more than a hundred children in twelve different counties who have reported sex abuse at their fathers’ hands were not only ordered to continue visitation with the abuser, but many times all custody has also been removed from the mother.
Elizabeth Ellis is one of today’s leading proponents of an outdated & thoroughly debunked theory called “Parental Alienation Syndrome,” a theory that claims almost all sex abuse claims by women against men (as much as 90%) are false. (No, we’re not exaggerating.) Continue reading