Mayor Bottoms, who recently recovered from COVID-19, has instituted a mandatory face mask rule to help curtail the spread of the virus
Atlanta PD had one job, don't murder anybody, and they failed. After the killing of Rayshard Brooks, the Atlanta police chief has resigned, one officer has been fired and the city is in turmoil as protests broke out in response to the 27-year-old being shot in the back as he ran way.
Six Atlanta police officers are facing charges after reportedly pulling two college students from their car and using excessive force after pulling them over during the George Floyd protests while they were stuck in traffic. On Tuesday (June 2), during a press conference, the Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard announced the charges against the officers after video footage from the traffic stop went viral showing the officers pulling 22-year-old Messiah Young and his girlfriend 20-year-old Taniyah Pilgrim from a stopped vehicle before using a stun gun on the two students who were pleading that they were "just trying to get home."
Mayor Bottoms did give praise to those who have observed the guidelines this past Memorial Day weekend.
“No… But I thought that Before COVID” That was Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’ response to the pointed question “Do you think that this current President, President Donald J. Trump is fit to be president during COVID-19?” asked by April Ryan.
Barron Brantley and his girlfriend Jordyn Jones have been charged in the killing of Clark Atlanta University student and Jones’ roommate Alexis Crawford, days after Crawford reported Brantley for unwanted kissing and touching. One of the pair led investigators to the body of the missing 21-year-old CAU student in a Dekalb County park on Friday. […]
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