GEORGIA ON MY MIND 

Mayor Herenton has repeatedly told Memphis reporters that he has done no wrong and his upcoming testimony in the racketeering trial of former Atlanta mayor Bill Campbell is strictly for the defense. Fair enough, Mr. Mayor, but we must confess, the following comment from the WMC news Web site is a little strange: “While he confirmed he was going to Atlanta to testify next week, Mayor Herenton would not answer which day he planned to travel, because, he said, he does not want the media to follow him there.”
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