Ducking For Cover: Garrett Rolfe’s Stray Bullet Hits SUVMelvin Evans watched Rayshard Brooks shooting unfold from his car, too terrified to move. When the officer shot at Brooks, a bullet hit Evans' vehicle, sending him and two others ducking on the floor, he said.
Following Rolfe Felony Murder Charges, Some ATL Police Officers Call Out SickMultiple sources within the Atlanta Police Department told CNN on Wednesday evening that hours after a fired police officer was charged with felony murder
Rayshard Brooks: 14 Charges Against Officers InvolvedTwo Atlanta police officers did not render first aid to Rayshard Brooks for more than two minutes after he was shot. They now face fourteen charges combined for their actions.
Charged Felony Murder: Ex-Atlanta Police Officer Garrett Rolfe Who Killed Rayshard BrooksThe now-fired Atlanta Police officer, Garrett Rolfe, faces a felony murder charge for fatally shooting Rayshard Brooks last week. Rolfe kicked the 27-year-old Brooks after he fell to the ground, Fulton County's district attorney said Wednesday.
Ahmaud Arbery’s Mother: Trump Meeting ‘Very, Very Emotional’The mother of Ahmaud Arbery, a black man who was shot and killed while running in Georgia earlier this year, said Tuesday that President Donald Trump's executive order on policing would not have influenced her son's case.
Stacey Abrams: Rayshard Brooks' Death Was MurderStacey Abrams on Monday called Rayshard Brooks death a "murder," saying "at no point did he present a danger that warranted his death."
Fatal Atlanta Police Shooting: Rayshard Brooks AftermathHours after the killing, Atlanta's police chief stepped down, the officer who shot Brooks was fired and a second officer placed on administrative duty -- but Brooks' death has rekindled large protests in the city, with more expected this week.
Florida Police Organization: ‘Lower Taxes, No Spineless Leadership...Plus...We Got Your Back!’Forget about the cries for police reform growing louder across the nation, police departments holding their officers accountable, firing or suspending those accused of excessive force during recent protests.
APD Chief: I Will Not 'Watch Our Employees Get Swept Up In The Tsunami Of Political Jockeying'Six Atlanta police officers were booked, five on felony charges, after allegations of using excessive force during a protest Saturday.
Jimmy Carter: 'Silence Can Be As Deadly As Violence'In his first public reaction to the nationwide unrest surrounding the police killing of George Floyd, former President Jimmy Carter said Wednesday that "silence can be as deadly as violence," and called on Americans in positions of "power, privilege, and moral conscience" to fight racial discrimination.
'I Thought I Might Be Killed' College Student Recalls APD EncounterTaniyah Pilgrim says she feared she might not survive when Atlanta police used a Taser on her friend Messiah Young and pulled Pilgrim from a vehicle during street protests on Saturday.