You can't have vindictive prosecutors compromised by politics overcharging officers and not expect there to be repercussions for that.
Police officer charged with felony murder, 11 counts total. What a crock.
Atlanta police officers not showing up for work in droves.
This war on police officers needs to stop.
drove, "a large number of people or things doing or undergoing the same thing."
"However, department is experiencing a higher than usual number of call outs with the incoming shift."
"Atlanta police officers not showing up for work in droves," is an accurate statement.
My question is, are you here to join a conversation, or are you here to antagonize Ave confront? The former is welcome, the latter has a very short leash.
Hope you get well soon......As I'm sitting at home with two drainage tubes sticking out of me filling two puss balls daily, hoping to drain off the infection enough so that I can have an internal organ removed. I'm uncomfortable, miserable, in a lot of pain, and mad at everything.
Thank you very much, Ragman. It get a little better each day, but it's still a miserable PITA. Another CAT scan next week to assess, and hopefully in 2-3 weeks surgery. after that, barring any complications, another week and I'll be back out baking in an iron box on a black asphalt parking lot somewhere.Hope you get well soon......
Thanks. I do apologize for even bring it up in public, especially in a BLM/KKK thread where it doesn't belong.Wow. Get better. Didn't know you were down. Pour a cold one for sure.
With most of those surgeries, it's 2 (or 4) small incisions (Laparoscopic surgery, also called minimally invasive surgery (MIS), bandaid surgery, or keyhole surgery), snip snip, they sew you up usually you go home the same day, and you're back to work in a week.Wow, good luck with it and get well soon. One of my friends is having GB issues, but not nearly that severe. He's having surgery next week to remove it. Hopefully by August it will be far back in the mirror for you both.
So the officer is supposed to keep track while they are scuffling and rolling around on the ground with the individual whether the stun gun that he took was deployed 2 times already?Only problem with the premise being put forward by the poster is the “deadly weapon” was in a discharged state (therefore no longer “deadly”) ... when Brooks was executed by being shot in the back while attempting to flee ... he wasn’t a threat.
So the officer is supposed to keep track while they are scuffling and rolling around on the ground with the individual whether the stun gun that he took was deployed 2 times already?