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Firing of Atlanta officer who shot Rayshard Brooks reversed

Firing of Atlanta officer who shot Rayshard Brooks reversed

The firing of former Atlanta police officer Garrett Rolfe, charged with murder in the shooting death of Rayshard Brooks, has been reversed after a review panel found the city failed to follow its own procedures for disciplinary actions. Rolfe was fired last June. Rolfe will remain on administrative leave until the criminal charges against him are resolved, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said.

Mutatis 1 months

“Due to the City’s failure to comply with several provisions of the Code and the information received during witnesses’ testimony, the Board concludes the Appellant was not afforded his right to due process,” the board said in its decision, according to news outlets. “Therefore, the Board grants the Appeal of Garrett Rolfe and revokes his dismissal as an employee of the APD.” "The case still has not been indicted."

jamie 1 months

Finally a moment of actual justice taking place. And guess what he won’t lose the job again.

Repent 1 months

Good. I remember seeing the full body cam awhile back and honestly didn't expect the officer to be fired. He did nothing wrong. ✊🏾

ttocsick 1 months

I live about a mile from that wendy's where the cop shot the thug and it's about time this happened. The only reason he was fired/charged is because of the bigoted incompetence of the prosecutor for the city of Atlanta, Paul Howard (Related to Dwight "Superman" Howard of NBA fame). Who the voters have since voted out of office, which was long overdue. He had been the one who botched the murder trials of Ray Lewis's two friends when he was in town for his first superbowl appearance. That's how long that goof held that job he never should've had in the first place. That cop should never had been charged.

atlas shrugged
atlas shrugged 1 months

But what will the mob say?! F'ing 🤡🌐.

Beijing Biden
Beijing Biden 1 months

Obviously the career criminal stole a cops taser and fired at the cops. 100% you will be shot. Damn ppl are dumb AF

Hollowhammer 1 months

Good he should have never been fired.

John W
John W 1 months

Wrong case. Basically it's not the officer's fault but the supervisors that told them how to conduct the raid. they should be held responsible. They were given specific directions, the officers followed. Those directions were bound to fail, they were unsafe for everyone involved.

Seekster 1 months

Good news!

Joseph Cribari
Joseph Cribari 1 months

We need to protect our Natural Selectors

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