"We are willing to spend what is necessary to root out corruption. I think Mike could throw me in jail if I’m doing something wrong. This administration is willing to take on an endeavor that could possibly go even to my office, and I’m fine with that".The investigation is slated to take at least 120 days. Bowers will have a team working to help examine documents and interview some of the 6,000 government employees. Bowers shared his goal of the investigation:
"We’re going to try to restore the public’s trust in its government. We’re going to root out conflicts of interest, corruption, malfeasance".Bowers has ties to DeKalb, as he was resident there during his service as Attorney General. His children also graduated from DeKalb County schools.