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Atlanta Mayor Seems To Suggest It Was ‘Right’ To Violate Officer Rolfe’s Due Process To Avoid More BLM Rioting

Screenshot: Atlanta Police Department

Rolfe already filed a lawsuit against Bottoms in August claiming, in part, that his right to due process was violated.

By Amanda Prestigiacomo

Democratic Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms seemed to suggest Wednesday that it was the right decision to bypass Officer Garrett Rolfe’s right to due process to avoid more rioting.

The City of Atlanta’s Civil Service Board on Tuesday decided to reinstate Rolfe, who was fired days after the fatal shooting of Rayshard Brooks, citing the violation of Rolfe’s right to due process.

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