Atlanta (WAOK)-Donetta Foster known as the “library mom” was convicted of obstruction of justice on Wednesday in Dekalb County and was sentenced to one year probation, community service and anger management classes. Foster was charged after she was thrown out of the Decatur public library last year when patrons in the library complained that Foster’s 14 month old baby was making too much noise while the full time student and mother was using the computer. WAOK’s Derrick Boazman host of “Too Much Truth” spoke to Foster and her attorney Mawuli Davis about the verdict and what happens next. Click here and listen to Donetta Foster in her own words in hour three of the show.
NEW ORLEANS - MAY 09: (NETHERLANDS OUT) Shanika Reaux holds her baby Tatiana Lewis, 6 months, in their residence in the devastated Lower Ninth Ward May 9, 2006 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Reaux's home in the Lower Ninth Ward was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina before she ever got the chance to move in last August. Reaux says she and her family moved into a donated gutted home in the Lower Ninth in February after FEMA would no longer pay for her housing once she returned to the state of Louisiana. The water is unsafe to drink in the area and many homes are completely destroyed. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)