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June 9

June 9, 2011 --

Strong reaction to ATL city clerk’s ethics violations Deal declines to disclose inaugural spending Five school boards could face hearings ATL to release names of airport contract evaluators Man accuses Red Dog unit of inappropriate search

March 7

March 7, 2011 --

DeKalb schools question construction manager’s methods DeKalb’s lawsuit tab: $15.5M and climbing More men come forward with Red Dog complaints Tire-fee bill advances

Feb. 8

February 8, 2011 --

Deal, Ralston relatives get jobs with nursing home lobby APD disbands Red Dog unit Morris Brown campus police under investigation Two Savannah hospitals settle Medicaid probe for $2.7M Police officers resign after bar brawl Feds threaten to revoke $7M from DeKalb Three indicted in Columbus Parks & Rec scandal Ethics complaint lodged over House speaker’s European […]

Police overseer: ‘I believe … these boys got the crap kicked out of them’

Police overseer: 'I believe ... these boys got the crap kicked out of them'
October 15, 2010 --

An Atlanta police officer should lose three days’ pay for strip-searching a college student who had alleged an earlier beating by his partner, a citizen oversight panel said Thursday. The Atlanta Citizen Review Board said it could not corroborate charges of misconduct in the earlier incident, which left the student with two fractured bones in his face. Police said the student reached for an officer’s gun, but board member Rod Edmond wasn’t buying it:  “I believe in my heart of hearts these boys got the crap kicked out of them.”

U.S. magistrate tosses case, rules 4 Red Dogs were ‘less than candid’

October 29, 2009 --

Federal prosecutors have dropped firearms charges against a convicted felon after a magistrate found four Atlanta police officers were “less than candid” about the circumstances of his arrest. The officers said they stopped Kelvin Bryant’s car in October 2008 after smelling marijuana smoke coming from his car, and that they radioed a dispatcher for a tag check before they pulled him over. U.S. Magistrate Linda Walker, in an Oct. 15 ruling, said she did not believe them. Find out why…