Atlanta Mayor On Police Brutality Cases: 'I Took Very Swift Actions'Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms responds to accusations of failing to settle cases of police brutality victims and not insuring police officers.
Alleged Atlanta Police Brutality Victims' Families Demand City Buy InsuranceAttorneys and family members of police brutality victims are demanding the City of Atlanta insure police officers and settle their cases.
Former Police Officer Who Choked Former NFL Player Pleads GuiltyCellphone video showed former police officer David Rose choking Desmond Marrow while Marrow was on the ground handcuffed.
Wrongly Arrested Black Man Sues Valdosta Over Excessive ForceAntonio Smith, a Black man, is suing the Georgia city of Valdosta and numerous Valdosta Police Department officers for excessive force and for violating his civil rights after he was slammed to the ground as he was wrongly arrested.
Natalie White Arrested: Linked To Atlanta Wendy's ArsonNatalie White has been arrested and is facing charges of first-degree arson in connection with the Wendy's restaurant fire that broke out during the protests that followed Rayshard Brooks' death, authorities said.
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.
Mayor Bottoms: 2 Atlanta Officers Fired After Video Shows Using 'Excessive Force'Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced two Atlanta Police Department officers were fired Sunday after video showed them using "excessive force" against two college students during Saturday night's protests.
John Lewis Calls For Peaceful Protests After Atlanta ArrestsAtlanta police said 70 arrests were made Saturday night and an officer was hurt during a second day of protests. Curfew extended to Monday.
George Floyd Death Protests: Curfews Extend Another Night Over ViolentDemonstrators filled the streets across the U.S., including Atlanta, on Sunday to protest police brutality and the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died at the hands of a police officer in Minneapolis.
Mayor Bottoms: 'This Is Not A Protest...This Is Chaos'Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms denounced vandalism in her city Friday evening as "chaos" after protest demonstrations over the death of George Floyd turned violent.
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