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Georgia Cop Charged with Murder for Shooting Unarmed, Naked Veteran Who Suffered From PTSD [News]

By Manny Otiko Dekalb County Police Officer Robert Olsen A Georgia police officer who killed a naked, unarmed Air Force veteran suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder has been charged with felony murder and several other crimes, according to news reports. DeKalb County police officer Robert Olsen was charged with felony murder, aggravated assault, violation of oath of office and making a false statem ...

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Georgia To Open First All LGBT School [News]

By Eleven8 A first of its kind in Georgia, Pride School Atlanta is a k-12 private school designed to be an alternative for LGBT students. The school aims to attract lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth teachers who feel bullied or not accepted in traditional schools. ...

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What Made Two Suburban Georgia Brothers Try To Kill Their Parents?

By Tonya Pendleton, BlackAmericaWeb.com They seemed like the perfect American family. No history of violence, no 911 calls generating from their Snellville, Georgia home. Yet, 17-year-old Christian Ervin and his 22-year-old brother Cameron Ervin were in the process of trying to kill their parents when their mother's frantic 911 call and their father's quick thinking saved their lives. Though their mother, Y ...

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Killer Mike Is Running for Georgia State Representative

By Craig Jenkins Photo courtesy of Killer Mike Killer Mike's passion for politics is well documented, both in his incendiary music and his interviews. He's made appearances everywhere from CNN to Real Time with Bill Maher offering no-nonsense discussion on the state of race and poverty in the South. Today, he's taking his convictions a step further. In a post to his Instagram account today, Mike put himself ...

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Court upholds Georgia’s execution-drug secrecy law

By Tracy Connor, NBC News NBC News — A Georgia law that shrouds lethal-injection drugs in secrecy was upheld by the state's highest court on Monday, though two justices expressed concern the policy could lead to a “macabre” repeat of a botched Oklahoma execution. Warren Lee Hill, who was convicted of murdering a fellow inmate with a nail-studded sink leg, argued he has a constitutional right to know which c ...

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