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Cobb County: Officer Suspended After Traffic Stop Incident

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Marietta, GA – Cobb County police officer Maurice Lawson has been suspended for two weeks without pay.

Lawson, is accused of using racially insensitive language during a traffic stop, involving a black male subject (Brian Baker) which was captured on video (it made national attention).

Many activists whom demanded for Lawson’s dismissal from duty as a police officer, were relieved to hear that Lawson would be suspended for 2 weeks without pay, that Lawson must attend extra training courses such as de-escalation in which he has already completed a 16-hour course, Lawson is also being scheduled for verbal defense / influence courses.

Lawson has 10 days to appeal.

According to sources, this isn’t the first complaint Lawson has faced, prior to the one above. A Female whom felt afraid (un-related) called 911 on Lawson, whom was driving an undercover car accusing him of racial profiling her according to sources.

According to sources, many activists are still concerned of liability issues if any, should a future encounter involving Lawson spark any other possible controversies.

Stay tuned should we update this further…

Un-related: Also read Cobb Swat Officer Suspended Without Pay

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GA: Former Police Officer Found Guilty Of Murder

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A Fulton County jury has found a former East Point police officer Sergeant Marcus Eberhart accused in the tasing death of Gregory Towns a (24-year-old man) guilty which occurred in April of 2014 .

Sergeant Marcus Eberhart and former corporal Howard Weems were accused of excessively using a stun gun on Towns which allegedly lead to his death.

A jury found Eberhart guilty on all counts including felony murder.

Weems was found not guilty of murder, but was found guilty on lesser charges that included involuntary manslaughter, reckless conduct and oath of office violations sources say.

Stay tuned for sentencing updates.

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Oakland: Party Fire Up To 40 Feared Dead

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Oakland, CA –

Sources are reporting that –

9 dead, 25 unaccounted for in three-alarm Oakland fire.

9 party goers have been reported dead, and the fear that the death total could rise up to 40 or more.

Oakland firefighters responded to a three-alarm fire at a warehouse at about 11:30 p.m.
Reports that at least 50 or more were inside when the fire was ablaze.
This is a developing story.

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More Companies To Seek Trump For 7 Million To Stay In U.S.

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The deal that Donald Trump negotiated with United Technologies to keep Carrier jobs in Indiana is getting even worse. Trump and Pence gave United Technologies $7 million of taxpayer money in exchange for only keeping 800 jobs in the US.

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Millions of hard working citizens in Indiana will flip the bill temporarily until those monies are all sucked up, in the long run Carrier will still most likely move, many people are saying after Trump’s first term and if re-elected after his second term.

So who really is benefiting from this Carrier deal?

Where is all that money going to really?

Sources are saying that many other companies are seeking to get in touch with Donald Trump for those same incentives, to include other states.

Here’s just one possible example:

For-Profit Colleges Look to Donald Trump for a Pass.

Trump who claims to be a great deal maker, may have just committed one of the worse deals in the history in Indiana and it may have all been to benefit his stock holding in a parent company in which he favored ” Carrier “. to include a parent company of the Dakota Pipeline.

The word ” Parent ” will be a familiar term that will be used during Trump’s presidency.

Sort of like a ” Distance of Trump To Be Associated and or connected ” in anyway to the main company.

Something is fishy and were all monitoring it.

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