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July 28

July 28, 2011 --

Prison for profit: Immigration law will boost thriving private-prison industry ATL police tap into Big Brother cameras Doraville city clerk failed to collect millions in taxes, fees Bishop Eddie Long had 5th accuser in sexual misconduct lawsuit Red Dogs’ questionable cavity search could cost ATL $200K Education groups seek clarity in scholarship law Muscogee Co. […]

Jan. 29

January 29, 2011 --

Key cards a clue in DeKalb cheating investigation Jury awards $1.4M for MARTA escalator injury APD chief: No decision yet to disband Red Dogs Roy Barnes on Citizens United decision: ‘What a crock’ DeKalb frees man mistakenly kept behind bars Atty General questions closed Savannah Council meeting Fired Forsyth Co. official files another appeal

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…