Jeffery Scott Harrell: Obituary

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Jeffery Scott Harrell

February 24, 1990 – December 21, 2018

Jeffery Scott Harrell, age 28, of Mineral Bluff, passed away Friday, December 21, 2018. Mr. Harrell was born February 24, 1990, in Newnan, GA to David Scott Harrell and Julie Ann Johns Harrell. Jeffery enjoyed being with his family, working on hot rods, and fishing.

Survivors include his father, David Scott Harrell, mother, Julie Ann Johns Fowler, fiancée, Jennifer Hartsfield, son, Ethan Scott Harrell, daughter, Lana Hicks, maternal grandparents, Allen and Darlene Dillard, paternal grandmother, Joyce Cook, sisters, Ashley Aaron, Melissa Mattheny, Cheyenne Harrell, and Jessica Jones.

Funeral services: Sunday, December 23, 2018, at 4:00 pm at the Henry-Cochran Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Paul Adams officiating. Interment will follow in Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Cemetery. Pallbearers: Andrew Hartsfield, Luis Martinz, Dawson Aaron, Jay Flowers, Mike Whittemore, and Brett Shook.

The family will receive friends at the Henry-Cochran Funeral Home, Sunday, December 23, 2018, from 2pm-4pm.

Arrangements entrusted to the Henry-Cochran Funeral Home of Blue Ridge, GA. You may send condolences to the family and sign the guest register at www.cochranfuneralhomes.com.

DIVERSIONARY TACTICS

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In a wartime situation, a general might create a diversion on one side of the battlefield in order to
perform a flanking movement on the enemy and take advantage of the element of surprise.
In Desert Storm, General Norman Schwarzkopf employed a series of deceptions in his battle
plans.

He used many tactics to fool the Iraqi army. He would create publicized military maneuvers and
release “news” to the press to throw a smoke screen as to his true intentions for his next attack.
In this way, he practiced deception and attacked at a completely different area, confusing his
enemies.

The Florida election voter recount is an example of very devious sleight of hand with nefarious
intentions. It would seem that the 2000 Presidential election was once again upon us.

Oh wait, maybe it is, Brenda Snipes is still in charge of the election process. Wouldn’t you think
that she would have been canned for that 2000 boondoggle and if not, then destroying the ballots
in the 2016 election for Debbie Wasserman Schultz. The total incompetence and or alleged
corruption of Brenda Snipes is well known. She and her team have defied recent court orders
nonchalantly with a blatant disregard for law as in previous instances.

The Governor’s race and the Senate race recount antics are a diversionary tactic to camouflage
the Democrats real need to change the voting results of the Department of Agriculture
Commissioner.

Why would such a big deal be made over a relatively minor position you might ask?
It is well known that the Democratic agenda is to one day abolish the 2 nd amendment and
disarm the populace.

Obama made it very clear that he was for gun control and expected to have prevented the people
from defending themselves by the end of his terms. Hillary was to carry on this desire and finish
the 2nd amendment off when she won the election they tried to rig in her favor.

2nd amendment followers did not acquiesce to their desires, in fact, most went out and bought
several more firearms and more ammunition.

The Department of Agriculture is where the process is started to apply for open carry and
concealed carry of firearms.

The department that owns the PROCESS has the power to slow walk anyone’s application.
It is reminiscent of the IRS scandal with non-profit organizations during the previous Democratic
administration.

On November 8, 2018, Democrat Nikki Fried trailed Republican Matt Caldwell by more than
four thousand votes. By end of day she was leading by two thousand, nine hundred and fourteen
votes. 

Fried has called for emergency donations and expects to lead the race to victory.
Has anyone heard anything about this particular race on the news?

While the public is focused on Scott and DeSantis, the crooked Snipes team is working its wiles
on the Commissioner’s race for a Democratic win.

The people of Florida made their desires well known by the way they cast their votes on
November 6, 2018.

Why is it so hard for the Democratic Party to accept the will of the people and try to gain power
and position by ANY MEANS NECESSARY?

The races will be decided for Scott and DeSantis the way the people wanted. While the election
committee grinds and dances, Nikki Fried will have been pushed up. Who knows if it is for real
or if the race has now been contrived?

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Warriors defeat Rebels, 42-23

Team FYN Sports

It was a fast-paced, but slow-scoring game early when the Fannin County Rebels varsity boys took the court at White County High School.  Fannin (1-8, 0-4) came into the game ready to lay it all on the line, chasing their second win of the season.  The Warriors (7-3, 1-0) were coming off a devastating one-point loss to rival Dawson County (55-54), ready to tip the scales of the win-loss column back in their favor.

A couple of baskets by Ryan Beavers (Fannin #35) and a free throw made by Nathaniel Garrison (Fannin #3) would be all the points the Rebels could put on the board in the first quarter, while White County’s Austin Rowland (#15) managed two baskets for four points; followed by a 2-pt shot by Austin Harris (#5), a 2-pt score by Jimmy King (#12),  and 1-of-4 free throws made by Cooper Turner (#23).

After one quarter of action, White County led Fannin County 9-5.

The war of attrition continued into the second quarter, as Fannin was only able to score six points via Beavers (4-pts) and Joe Satchell (#5) who was held to only two points in the first half.  White County scored another nine points, extending their lead (18-11), with Rowland continuing to make his presence felt on the court.  He scored two baskets and went 2-for-2 on free throw attempts in the second quarter, giving him 10 points of total offense in the half.  He’d finish the night with 20 points altogether, the leading overall scorer on the night.

In the third, the Warriors came alive offensively.  Rowland and Harris came alive with a couple of 3-pointers, and the team spread the ball around with four different players putting the rock through the hoop on their way to a 15-6 run, keeping the Rebels restricted to another tough quarter offensively.

The lead would prove too much for Fannin to overcome in the fourth, as White County won by a final score of 42-23, improving to 8-3 overall.

The Rebels scoring was led by Beavers with seven points, followed by Satchell with five, Chase Culpepper with three, Cohutta Hyde with two. Nathaniel Garrison and Payton Holt each scored a free throw in the contest.

White County now looks to enjoy some time off for the holidays before facing Adairsville, Ga on Dec 28th in the Blue Ridge Holiday Tournament.  Fannin County continues their pursuit of victory this Friday when they travel to Hayesville, NC.

 

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