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Atlanta officer involved in fatal shooting of Rayshard Brooks turns himself in

Atlanta officer involved in fatal shooting of Rayshard Brooks turns himself in

Devin Brosnan, one of the two Atlanta cops who have been charged in the fatal shooting of Rayshard Brooks, turned himself in on Thursday. The same has been confirmed by his attorney and jail records. Mr. Brosnan has been booked at the Fulton County Jail and is charged with four oath violations and aggravated assault.

Tom A
Tom A
America
America 4 months

And now they will know what it means to treat people (police in this case) so badly. Outlying towns told ATL they would only respond to calls for officers downed in the area.

Drunkin Lephrechaun
Drunkin Lephrechaun 4 months

Guess we may see the burning of Atlanta all over again. Let’s see if the people of Atlanta do a better job of it than Sherman. Tuff act to follow.

atlas shrugged
atlas shrugged 4 months

Where are the stories about how DA Paul Howard is using this whole thing as a distraction into his own illegal activities while facing a run off for his position? At the very least he should have recused himself.

Rose
Rose 4 months

And that's just fine. If they don't want to be public servants who protect and serve their communities, then let them not return. I'm sure there are plenty more of them who have a desire to just be good cops, and do a good job, and even interface with the community on based on need. De-funding the police means that the money they get to arm themselves, and escalate to violence, gets reverted to mental health professionals, and people who are better able to handle community situations (not crime), instead of making police do interventions when they don't know how to de-escalate. This frees them up for security and crime prevention. It also funds better training for rookies, and ongoing training for current police. Ask yourself this: have you ever had a job that didn't refresh your training at least every year. And the ones who don't? Have bad employees. We are seeing the result of bad training, and possibly no training, no follow ups, and no refreshers.

IvoryDove
IvoryDove 4 months

Why not fight the police who try to arrest him and then steal a taser and shoot at them? It seems to be OK now.. Oh wait.. He's white.

KM
KM 4 months

I know very left wing, "defund police", people who believe that cop acted within the scope of the law. So the moderates are definitely not for this, and unless they cheat really well, they won't be reelected

John W
John W 4 months

The entire police force needs to apply at different cities, that are not nuts. It's obviously not worth your life, because the city throws you to mob the first chance they get.

Andrew 1010
Andrew 1010 4 months

Makes sense since he's obviously certain he won't be convicted because they didn't do anything out of protocol.

Joseph Cribari
Joseph Cribari 4 months

In Georgia, a taser is a deadly weapon under law. The officers did their jobs.

John
John 4 months

Courage by the officer, public should stand with him..

Fin
Fin 4 months

Listened to his interview.... Fascinating when asked hard questions deferred to answer due to gib interview pending... When asked anything to get ahead of narrative willingly answered... Well groomed...n has a pat defense lined up... It's real easy to check how long it took to call for help... Time of dispatch call for a bus after the victim was down

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