MOUNT GILEAD — Totally frustrated with Morrow County officials, Wilma Keen Zornes is going public — She has written a book describing her experiences.
Titled “Justice Denied in Morrow County, Ohio,” the no-holds-barred book talks about constitutional rights violations, alleged extortion on the part of public officials, abuse of power and fraud in child support. Zornes, who said her daycare license was revoked in retaliation for her speaking out against county officials, takes the reader along on her quest to find justice for herself, family members and others. The book names names, contains copies of official correspondence and calls for an IRS audit of the Child Support Enforcement Agency as well as demanding an investigation of the Morrow County court system and its officials.
Zornes has also started a committee called Citizens for Justice in Morrow County. “I want enough people to get together,” she said, “that we can have a federal criminal investigation of the courthouse and of Children’s Services.”
“Morrow County needs to be cleaned out,” Zornes added, “and, if I have anything to say about it, it’s going to get cleaned out.”
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