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“I don't know what's in his heart but I certainly know what came out of his mouth, and it's inexcusable,” Register said at a news conference.Suri Chadha Jimenez, a lawyer who represented the car's driver, said the officer responded in an “unprofessional” way to what he saw as the reasonable concern of the woman, whom he described as a friend of the driver.
A Georgia police officer who was shown on video telling a woman during a traffic stop not to worry because police “only kill black people” retired on Thursday, his attorney said, after authorities sought the officer's dismissal. ” Officials have identified the officer as Lieutenant Greg Abbott.
The dash cam video, which was aired by WSB-TV in Atlanta on Wednesday, shows the Cobb County police officer standing by a car pulled over alongside a road last year and instructing the woman in the front passenger seat to use the cellphone in her lap to make a call. The station, which obtained the video through public records laws, broadcast only a short excerpt of a longer encounter.
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In its earlier years, Perimeter was a pioneer in small group ministry and was one of ten churches to be highlighted in the book, "10 of the Most Innovative Churches in America".
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