Byline: BRANDON LARRABEE
ATLANTA -- There are a few things on which both sides in the Linda Schrenko corruption trial agree.
The defense does not seem to quibble with the idea that someone within Computer Consulting Services Corp., an Atlanta-area company, funneled thousands of dollars from federal education grants into Schrenko's 2002 campaign for governor.
The sides do not disagree that, under Schrenko's authority at the time as state schools superintendent, the Department of Education awarded several contracts of less than $50,000 to Computer Consulting.
There are small disagreements on the finer details of the scheme, but what they mainly disagree on is who's to blame.
For the prosecution, the responsibility rests on the three defendants: Schrenko, South African businessman and Computer Consulting …