Georgia police officers use coin flip to decide to arrest woman, body cam footage shows

  1. Georgia police officers use coin flip to decide to arrest woman, body cam footage shows  Yahoo News
  2. Two police officers flipped a coin to decide the fate of a driver — and arrested her  Washington Post
  3. Before an Arrest, Officers Tossed a (Virtual) Coin  New York Times
  4. Woman wants justice after video shows officers use coin flip app to decide her fate  WSB Atlanta
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Georgia cops use coin flip to decide whether to arrest woman, video shows

  1. Georgia cops use coin flip to decide whether to arrest woman, video shows  Fox News
  2. Georgia officers on leave after coin-toss used before decision to make arrest  NBCNews.com
  3. Officers caught on video flipping coin to decide whether they’ll arrest driver  ABC News
  4. Police chief responds to ‘coin-toss’ arrest  11Alive.com WXIA
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Georgia officers on leave over after coin-toss used before decision to make arrest

  1. Georgia officers on leave over after coin-toss used before decision to make arrest  NBCNews.com
  2. Officers caught on video flipping coin to decide whether they’ll arrest driver  ABC News
  3. Woman wants justice after video shows officers use coin flip app to decide whether she went to jail  WSB Atlanta
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Secretary DeVos Announces New Federal Disaster Assistance for Georgia

WASHINGTON – U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced today a total of approximately $94,500 in new federal assistance for Georgia under the Immediate Aid to Restart School Operations (K-12 Restart) program. The award announced today is the first in a multiphase award process designed to provide prompt initial funding, while offering subsequent opportunities for additional assistance through future applications.
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Manslaughter charge: Georgia officer shot fleeing black man

Manslaughter charge: Georgia officer shot fleeing black manATLANTA (AP) — A white Georgia police officer accused of fatally shooting a black man had only been on the job a year and a half. But during that time, he’d already earned one suspension for using his personal vehicle in a high-speed chase and — after a black resident complained to the police — parked outside his house, causing the resident to say he feared for his life.


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Man protesting VA burns self in front of Georgia Capitol

  1. Man protesting VA burns self in front of Georgia Capitol  Newsday
  2. Veteran lights himself on fire in protest against the VA  The Mercury News
  3. Georgia Capitol Live Updates: Veteran Sets Himself on Fire Using Fireworks and Gasoline, Police Say  Newsweek
  4. Air Force veteran sets self on fire to protest treatment under VA  Atlanta Journal Constitution
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