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Unprotected at the margins of the rental market
  + stars: | 2024-07-10 | by ( Cecilia Reyes | )   time to read: +31 min
Officers interviewed two motel residents who called 911; they said they did not want to leave their homes. Alyssa Pointer for Business InsiderIn Georgia, an eviction requires a court order, but the law doesn't explicitly make lockouts illegal. In this case, an officer classified the incident as a "crime against property" — a crime committed by the residents themselves. In unincorporated Clark County, where the property is located, operating a short-term rental without a license is illegal. Matthew Main is an attorney who has represented residents in similarly precarious housing situations in New York City, where state law also grants residents tenants' rights after 30 days.
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New York CNN —Red Lobster wants to close several dozen more restaurants following its bankruptcy, and it has identified which ones are in danger of shutting down if the court approves its plan. The chain, which brought affordable shrimp and lobster to middle-class America and grew to become the largest seafood restaurant chain in the world, filed for bankruptcy last month. Red Lobster said that it had more than $1 billion in debt and less than $30 million in cash on hand. Part of its plan is to close some locations of its nearly 600 restaurants in the meantime. A few weeks prior to its bankruptcy, it abruptly closed around 50 locations across the United States.
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Yet she couldn’t bring herself to vote for Biden and didn’t vote that year. In the 2000 election, Democrat Al Gore received 70% in DeKalb; in 2020, Biden won 83%. Massachusetts native Kim Cavaliere, who moved to Georgia over 20 years ago, is pictured at her home in Dacula, Georgia. She’s still inclined to vote third-party again but is perhaps open to reconsidering if Georgia could settle a close race. It is rural, and reliably red – Trump won 71% of the county vote in 2020.
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Both Biden and Trump view Georgia as a highly-coveted electoral prize in the 2024 election. AdvertisementSo Georgia remains a highly-competitive swing state, with both Biden and former President Donald Trump hoping to win its 16 electoral votes. A view of the gold-domed Georgia State Capitol and downtown Atlanta. In last month's Georgia GOP presidential primary, Trump easily defeated his onetime opponent, former UN ambassador Nikki Haley. A bulk of Haley's voters came from the Atlanta metropolitan area, primarily in suburbs where Trump was tripped up by Biden in 2020.
Persons: Biden, , Joe Biden's, Raphael Warnock, Jon Ossoff, Brian Kemp's, Stacey Abrams, Donald Trump, Brynn Anderson, Trump, Biden eked, Steve Helber, Henry, Barack Obama, Jason Allen Will, Nikki Haley, Haley, weren't, Kemp, Brad Raffensperger, Raffensperger Organizations: Biden, Trump, Service, Black, Democratic, Georgia, Republicans, GOP, CBS News, Marist, Marist Georgia Poll, Georgia State Capitol, AP, The, Cobb, Fulton County Locations: Georgia, Atlanta, Arizona , Michigan, Nevada , North Carolina , Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, The Atlanta, Fulton County, Gwinnett, Clayton , DeKalb
With no major GOP opponents, ex-President Donald Trump easily won the Georgia primary on Tuesday. But Nikki Haley still won roughly 20,000 Election Day votes despite her exit from the WH race. Statewide, Haley won about 78,000 votes in the GOP primary. And roughly 20,000 of those votes were cast on Election day, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. AdvertisementThe ghost of the 2020 election still lingersIn the 2020 election, Biden won Georgia by a 0.23% margin, or roughly 12,000 votes out of roughly 5 million ballots cast.
Persons: Donald Trump, Nikki Haley, , Donald Trump romped, Trump, Haley, Joe Biden, Raphael Warnock, Jon Ossoff, Warnock, Republican Herschel Walker, Brian Kemp's, Stacey Abrams, Kemp, Brian Kemp, Georgia, Brynn Anderson, Fulton, Biden, Cobb, Brad Raffensperger, Trump's, Raffensperger Organizations: GOP, Georgia, WH, Service, Georgia Republican, South Carolina Gov, Trump, Super, The Atlanta, UN, Georgia Republicans, Republican, Independents, Gov, AP, Peach State Republicans, Biden, Georgia . College Locations: Atlanta, Georgia, Cobb , DeKalb, Fulton, Gwinnett, Atlanta ,, , DeKalb, Cobb, Fulton County, Trump
When the ‘tradwife’ lifestyle leads to divorce
  + stars: | 2024-02-27 | by ( Taylor Nicioli | )   time to read: +12 min
Enitza Templeton of Littleton, Colorado, embodied the tradwife lifestyle for 10 years. Like any relationship, the tradwife arrangement does not always make for a happy couple with no family issues. How to live a happy ‘tradwife’ lifestyleAlexia Delarosa currently lives the traditional wife lifestyle. Delarosa currently and happily embodies the traditional lifestyle — her husband works, while she stays home with the kids. Since then, Templeton has made several videos answering questions about the tradwife life and how she left it, while her podcast focuses on advice for single mothers.
Persons: Enitza Templeton, , ” Templeton, , Templeton, Tradwife influencers, Christine Borzumato, “ It’s, Suzanne Degges, White, I’m, … You’re, Gainey, , Kelly Campbell, Campbell, influencers, Alexia Delarosa, Delarosa, ” Delarosa, that’s Organizations: CNN, Sporting, Elon University, Northern, Northern Illinois University’s, California State University, TikTok Locations: Littleton , Colorado, North Carolina, Northern Illinois, DeKalb , Illinois, San Bernardino
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — Michael Thurmond thought he was reading familiar history at the burial place of Georgia's colonial founder. The son of a sharecropper and great-grandson of a Georgia slave, Thurmond became an attorney and has served for decades in state and local government. Historians have widely agreed Oglethorpe and his fellow Georgia trustees didn’t ban slavery because it was cruel to Black people. Escaped slaves captured in Oglethorpe’s Georgia were returned to slaveholders. Thurmond's book openly embraces such evidence that Oglethorpe's history with slavery was at times contradictory and unflattering.
Persons: — Michael Thurmond, James Edward Oglethorpe, ” Oglethorpe, Thurmond, Oglethorpe, ” Thurmond, , “ James Oglethorpe, Father, Georgia, Stan Deaton, Britain's, , Gerald Horne, Horne, Thurmond's, James F, Brooks, ” Brooks, — Ayuba Suleiman Diallo, Olaudah Equiano, Granville Sharp, Hannah More, Sharp Organizations: University of Georgia Press, Georgia Historical Society, , Royal African Company, America, University of Houston, University of Georgia, Society, Slave Locations: SAVANNAH, Ga, Georgia, London, Black, British, Oglethorpe, DeKalb County, Atlanta, Parliament, England, America, New York, Boston, South Carolina, Spanish Florida, Virginia, Savannah, Oglethorpe’s Georgia, Africa, U.S
In an interview on Wednesday, Mr. Skandalakis said that he could ask a prosecutor to take on the Trump case voluntarily. Mr. Skandalakis said he could also try to find a lawyer in private practice to replace Ms. Willis. Mr. Skandalakis, a Republican, could also theoretically choose to appoint himself as the new prosecutor. No replacement prosecutor has been named. This week, Mr. Skandalakis declined to say how quickly he would be able to find a replacement for Ms. Willis in the Trump case, if it were necessary.
Persons: Fani, Willis, Donald J, Trump, Scott McAfee, Pete Skandalakis, Skandalakis, Burt Jones, Jones Organizations: , of, Republican, Georgia Democrats, Trump Locations: Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, of Georgia, United States, DeKalb, Cobb
Despite calls by some legal experts to recuse herself from the case to protect its integrity, she is not expected to do so, the sources told CNN. Still, a source familiar with the thinking inside the DA’s office told CNN they would be “mystified” if it succeeds in removing her. “I think a lot of what I’ve read is more of a distraction and not legally substantive,” James told CNN in a sit-down interview. I think it’s very unlikely that we’ll see any criminal action come out of that,” Kreis told CNN. If Willis ultimately survives the current push to disqualify her, the case would effectively be back on track, sources told CNN.
Persons: Willis, Fani Willis, Donald Trump, Nathan Wade, Trump, Mike Roman, Scott McAfee, Wade, Erik S, Norm Eisen, Obama, Wade —, Willis —, , ” Eisen, Eisen, Willis ‘, Robert James, ” James, Donald J, Elijah Nouvelage, James, I’m, ’ ” James, Anthony Michael Kreis, , Brian Kemp, ” Kreis, “ It’s, It’s, McAfee, Jack Smith, CNN’s Nick Valencia, Jason Morris Organizations: CNN —, CNN, Trump, White, Georgia State University, Kreis, GOP, Georgia Republicans, Republican, Georgia’s Republican Gov Locations: Georgia, CNN — Fulton County, Cobb County, Fulton County, Atlanta , Georgia, Miami, San Francisco, DeKalb County
Allegations have surfaced of an affair between Fulton County DA Fani Willis and an attorney she hired. AdvertisementFulton County District Attorney Fani Willis hired attorney Nathan Wade to lead the Georgia prosecution of Donald Trump and 18 others over efforts to overturn the 2020 election. The lawyer is seeking to get the indictment tossed and to remove Willis and Wade from the case. Outside of any effect on this case, Willis, an elected Democrat, is up for reelection this year, and this could become a campaign issue depending on how she ultimately responds. Records show Wade billed for what he described as "travel to Athens; conf with White House Counsel" in May 2022.
Persons: Fani Willis, Nathan Wade, Willis, Donald Trump, , Wade, Wade —, Trump, vies, it's, Rahmani, Anthony Michael Kreis, Ashleigh Merchant, Michael Roman, Merchant, unseal, Joycelyn Wade, Joycelyn, Jeff DiSantis, John Floyd, Anna Cross, Wade's, Thurbert Baker, Baker, It's, Neil Warren, foreperson, Georgia —, There's, Peter Strzok, Robert James, that's, I've, James Organizations: Service, Trump, West, Trial, Georgia State University, Associated Press, White, Caribbean, AP, Defense, White House, Records, DC Locations: Fulton County, Georgia, Napa Valley , Florida, Caribbean, Wade's, San Francisco, Belize, Panama, Australia, Miami, Cobb County, Athens, Russia, DeKalb County , Georgia
ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia's state Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to approve rules for a new commission to discipline and remove state prosecutors, meaning the commission can't begin operating. In an unsigned order, justices said they have “grave doubts” about their ability to regulate the duties of district attorneys beyond the practice of law. Beyond the hurdle of state Supreme Court approval of rules, four district attorneys are suing to overturn the commission, arguing that it unconstitutionally infringes on their power. The Georgia law states a prosecutor can't refuse to prosecute whole categories of crimes, but must instead decide charges case by case. It applies both to district attorneys and elected solicitors general, who prosecute lower-level crimes in some Georgia counties.
Persons: Fani Willis, Donald Trump, hadn't, Houston Gaines, ” Gaines, Sherry Boston, ” Boston, Judge Paige Reese Whitaker, , Chris Carr, Willis, Trump, Randy McGinley, McGinley Organizations: ATLANTA, , Judicial, , Athens Republican, Republicans, Democratic, Republican Locations: Georgia, Fulton County, Athens, Atlanta's DeKalb County, Walton
Democratic nominee Brandon Presley has made the Mississippi gubernatorial contest a real race. While most voters in Mississippi may not care for national Democrats (including some Democrats), Presley has effectively presented himself as a different kind of Democrat. Black voters made up 29% of the statewide electorate that year and Biden won their vote 94%-5% over Trump. Presley has heavily courted Black voters, which has included visits to churches and the state's Historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs). AdvertisementAdvertisementStructural geographic disadvantages remain a lingering issue for Mississippi Democrats, but Presley has a real chance at overcoming that dynamic on Tuesday.
Persons: Brandon Presley, Presley, Tate Reeves, , Ronnie Musgrove's, Jimmy Carter, he's, Elvis Presley, Reeves, Mason, Dixon, Brandon Bell, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Biden, Trump, Jim Hood underperformed, Mike, Hood, Georgia Presley, Jackson, Musgrove, Democrats —, Michael Parker, Parker Organizations: Democratic, GOP, Republican Gov, Service, Magnolia Tribune, Democrats, Mississippi electorate, AP, Trump, Black, Getty, Democratic Senate, Mississippi Democrat, Mississippi State University, Gwinnett, Mississippi Gov, Mississippi, Democrat, Mississippi House, Mississippi Democrats Locations: Mississippi, Brandon , Mississippi, Nettleton, Jackson , Mississippi, . Mississippi, Georgia, Atlanta, Cobb , DeKalb, Fulton County
The Northern Lights could be seen in rare locations across the US over the weekend. Lubbock, Texas and Salt Lake City, Utah experienced the light shows. Stunning auroras this far south are rare but could become more common in the next year, or so. AdvertisementAdvertisementThe Northern Lights lit up the skies with brilliant reds, purples, and greens in a rare appearance this weekend in the southern half of the US. However, the sun is becoming more active and will soon reach solar maximum, a time of peak activity when solar eruptions are more common.
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ImageNeeding Junior’sDear Diary:On a fall evening, I decided I needed a slice of Junior’s strawberry cheesecake right away. At the time, I lived in an apartment in the St. George section of Staten Island with a view of the Statue of Liberty. Then came a lovely ferry ride to Manhattan with the city lit up in all its finery. Then a walk to Junior’s, where I ordered a slice of cheesecake to go. Then a ferry ride back to Staten Island and a walk home.
Persons: George Locations: St, Staten Island, of, Manhattan, DeKalb, Staten
(CNN) – Fulton County prosecutors have discussed potential plea deals with at least six additional co-defendants charged alongside Donald Trump for attempting to subvert the 2020 presidential election, multiple sources tell CNN. Pro-Trump lawyer Robert Cheeley is among those who have been offered a plea deal in the Georgia case but, according to his lawyer, turned it down. A source with knowledge of the Fulton County DA’s strategy tells CNN that it would be open to discussing plea deals with anyone, but there is little room for compromise when it comes to the charges against Trump. To be clear, there is no indication that prosecutors or Trump’s legal team are interested in discussing a plea deal. John Eastman, who is also considered one of Trump’s most high-profile co-defendants, has not been offered a plea deal either, his lawyer told CNN.
Persons: Donald Trump, District Attorney Fani Willis, Robert Cheeley, , Richard Rice, Misty Hampton, Mike Roman, Willis, Trump, Jenna Ellis, Sidney Powell, Rudy Giuliani, Giuliani, Mark Meadows, Meadows, Jack Smith, John Eastman, Eastman, Willis ’, Robert James, ” James, squeal, Polantz, Paula Reid, Evan Perez Organizations: CNN, District Attorney, Trump, Fulton, White House, Georgia, Democratic, Atlanta Public Schools Locations: Fulton, Georgia, Coffee County , Georgia, Fulton County, New York, Georgia’s Dekalb County
Gwinnett County police said Emanuel Rene Esfahani, a 20-year-old Lawrenceville man, turned himself in Tuesday and is charged with five counts of vehicular homicide. He's also charged with reckless driving, racing, speeding, unsafe lane change and not wearing a seatbelt. Investigators say Esfahani was racing a pickup truck driven by 18-year Hung Nguyen about 4 a.m. on Labor Day on Georgia 316 when the two came upon a slower vehicle. But Esfahani came upon a truck stopped in the emergency lane and swerved left, striking Nguyen's Toyota Tacoma. One had not been wearing a seatbelt, but investigators could not determine if the second passenger had been wearing one.
Persons: Emanuel Rene Esfahani, He's, Esfahani, Hung Nguyen, Nguyen, Katy Gaitan, Ashley Gaitan, Coral Lorenzo, Abner Santana, Lorenzo, Jonathan Reyes, Ryan Winderweedle Organizations: Associated Press, Labor, Georgia, Police, Infiniti, Toyota, Atlanta, Lawrenceville, Lakeside High School, Tacoma Locations: DULUTH, Ga, Georgia, Atlanta, Gwinnett, Lawrenceville, Gwinnett County, Toyota Tacoma, DeKalb County, Tacoma
[1/3] People protest agains the controversial "Cop City" project as the clear cutting of trees begins near Atlanta, Georgia, U.S., March 31, 2023. The defendants were charged with violations of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, commonly known as the RICO Act. "Each individual charged in this indictment knowingly joined the conspiracy in an attempt to prevent the training center from being built," the indictment reads. "The movement to prevent the development of Cop City is a fight against hundreds of years of racialized violence and ecological destruction," the website says. Clearing of the training center site has already begun, but a petition has circulated in Atlanta demanding a halt to the project pending a referendum.
Persons: Cheney Orr, Molotov, Rayshard Brooks, George Floyd, Rich McKay, Bill Berkrot Organizations: REUTERS, Rights, Atlanta, Atlanta Forest, Public Safety Training, Police, Thomson Locations: Atlanta , Georgia, U.S, Atlanta, DeKalb County, Minneapolis, Cop
Ultimately, they went with Soccer Shots, a children's program that partners with local schools to help kids develop both soccer and life skills. The Halls bought their first Soccer Shots franchise in 2018. They also had to put together a PowerPoint presentation for Soccer Shots' executive team at the headquarters in Pennsylvania. Buying their first Soccer Shots for $29,500 plus additional start-up costsSoccer Shots officially offered the franchise to the Halls in September 2018. On average, they spend one to two hours a week working on Soccer Shots.
Persons: Erika, Kareem Hall, Kareem, they'd, that's, it's, Jon Brock, Rachael Victoria, Brock, they've, Erika Hall, That's Organizations: Soccer Shots, Emory, Bain, Accenture, Primrose Schools, Shots, Soccer Locations: Atlanta, Dekalb County, Pennsylvania, , Covid
Atlanta CNN —Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows rolled the dice on Monday with his opening move in the sprawling Fulton County election subversion trial: he took the stand himself. If the judge agrees, the trial could end up moving from state court to federal court, a more advantageous legal spot for Meadows. The former chief of staff also grew somewhat exasperated as the prosecutor questioned why his role would include setting up a call to settle private litigation. “There is a role for the chief of staff to make sure those campaign goals and objectives are implemented at the federal level,” Meadows argued. Meadows quipped, “I can’t imagine I would be chief of staff for President Biden.”
Persons: Mark Meadows, Meadows, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Fani Willis, Trump, it’s, ” J, Tom Morgan, “ I’m, Jack, Steve Jones, Jones, Barack Obama, Monday’s, ” Jones, CNN Meadows, wasn’t, Willis, Brad Raffensperger, Trump’s, , ” Meadows, George Terwilliger, ” Terwilliger, John McEntee, William Barr, , Barr’s, Biden Organizations: Atlanta CNN — Former White House, White, Meadows, US, CNN, Georgia, Trump, Trump White House Locations: Fulton County, Meadows, Atlanta, DeKalb County , Georgia, Fulton, Cobb County , Georgia, United States, , Lafayette Park, Georgia
Trump's booking and arraignment in Atlanta will take weeks, which is way too long. In Atlanta, where the Fulton County district attorney charged Trump with an array of crimes for trying to overturn Georgia's 2020 election results, that same process is expected to take several weeks. It's 'lightning speed' for AtlantaTrump has said he'll go to Atlanta on Thursday where he'll be booked at the Fulton County jail, known locally as Rice Street, on 13 charges ranging from RICO — a racketeering charge — to illegally pressuring public officials. Fulton County Sheriffs install barricades outside the Fulton County Jail, making it even less walkable. AdvertisementAdvertisementYes, the district attorney's office, county court, and federal court are all nearby each other in downtown Atlanta.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, Georgia's, he'll, , Patrick Labat, Fani Willis, J.Tom Morgan, Morgan, Willis, Brendan McDermid, hasn't, arraignments, Ronald L, Carlson, Steve Buscemi, counterprotests, Jean Carroll, Ed Sheeran, Jeffrey Epstein, CHANDAN KHANNA, there's Organizations: Atlanta, Service, Trump, Atlanta Trump, Rice, Superior, Western Carolina University ., DA, Former U.S, Manhattan Criminal, REUTERS, Manhattan, New York Police Department, University of Georgia School of Law, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Trump Tower, Google, Fulton County Superior, Fulton County Sheriffs, Getty Locations: Atlanta, York, Wall, Silicon, Manhattan, Fulton County, New York, Fulton, DeKalb County, New York City, walkable, . Manhattan, America, Fulton County Superior Court, Fulton County's, Brooklyn
Pfizer, along with its German partner BioNTech SE (22UAy.DE), as well as other COVID-19 vaccine makers Moderna (MRNA.O) and Novavax (NVAX.O) have created versions of their shots, which are aimed at the XBB.1.5 subvariant. EG.5, nicknamed by some as "Eris", is similar to the XBB.1.5 subvariant and a sub-lineage of the still-dominant Omicron variant. EG.5 accounted for about more than 17% of COVID-19 cases in the United States, according to the latest government data. In the United States, COVID-19 related hospitalizations are up more than 40% off of recent lows hit in June, but are still more than 90% below peak levels hit during the January 2022 Omicron outbreak. Reporting by Pratik Jain in Bengaluru; Editing by Shilpi MajumdarOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Chris Aluka Berry, BioNTech, Pratik Jain, Shilpi Majumdar Organizations: Dekalb Pediatric Center, REUTERS, Pfizer, Pfizer Inc, Moderna, EG, World Health Organization, Thomson Locations: Dekalb, Georgia, Decatur , Georgia, U.S, United States, China, South Korea, Japan, Canada, Bengaluru
German grocer Lidl opened its first US stores in 2017. It closed 11 underperforming stores this week, according to various news reports. Lidl, whose US headquarters are in Virginia, closed 11 stores recently in North Carolina, Virginia, New Jersey, South Carolina, Maryland, and Pennsylvania, the Daily Mail first reported. Lidl has roughly 170 stores in the US and over 12,000 stores worldwide. According to Grocery Business, here are the locations of the 11 recently closed Lidl locations.
Persons: Lidl, Chandler Spivey, Spivey, Sebastian Rennack, Rennack, Cary, Randolph St, King of Prussia, Florence Virginia, Richmond Organizations: Service, Aldi, Daily Mail, D.C, Grocery, Grocery Business, Brooklyn Park, King of Prussia South Locations: Virginia, Wall, Silicon, North Carolina , Virginia , New Jersey, South Carolina , Maryland, Pennsylvania, East, North Carolina, Washington, Lorton , Virginia, Germany, Europe, American, Maryland, Oxon, Brooklyn, Brooklyn Park New Jersey, Howell, Holly, Burlington Township North Carolina, Thomasville Pennsylvania, Dekalb Pike, King of Prussia South Carolina, North Augusta, Palmetto St, Charlottesville, Broad St
Hundreds of activists packed Atlanta's City Hall to protest the funding of "Cop City." But the City Council approved $67 million in funding for the police training center anyway. Arvin Temkar/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via APThe training center was approved by the City Council in September 2021 but required an additional vote for more funding. Though more than 220 people spoke publicly against the training center, a small handful voiced support, saying they trusted Dickens' judgment. Protestors gather in the atrium of Atlanta City Hall to protest the proposed police training center on Monday, June 5, 2023.
Persons: , Andre Dickens, Dickens, Jason Getz, Manuel Paez Terán, Matthew Johnson, Johnson, Arvin Temkar, Councilmembers, Natrice Miller, Sen, Raphael Warnock, Devin Franklin, Franklin, Sara McClintock, councilmembers, McClintock, It's Organizations: Council, Service, ATLANTA, Atlanta City Council, City Council, Atlanta Police Foundation's, Atlanta, Beloved Community, Protesters, Hall, Atlanta Police Foundation, Atlanta City Hall, AP, Atlanta Solidarity Fund, Prosecutors, Democratic, Civil Rights Movement, Southern, For Human, City Hall, Emory University Locations: Atlanta, DeKalb County, City
March 5 (Reuters) - Fires broke out at the construction site of an Atlanta police training center on Sunday after a demonstration at the property led to clashes between police and protesters and 35 people were arrested, police said. Opponents of the site say they want to save an important green space near the greater Atlanta metropolitan area of 6 million people. "We call on all people of good conscience to stand in solidarity with the movement to stop Cop City and defend the Weelaunee Forest," reads a statement on a website called Defend The Atlanta Forest. With more events planned in coming days, Atlanta police said they and other law-enforcement agencies had "multi-layered strategy that includes reaction and arrest." Demonstrators at that time gathered to protest against the killing by law enforcement of an activist during a raid to clear the construction site.
ATLANTA, March 6 (Reuters) - Two dozen people face domestic terrorism charges in Atlanta after they were arrested during violent clashes between officers and protesters at a police training center construction site, authorities said on Monday. The 23 people who face charges were part of a group detained on Sunday by police who said they launched bricks, rocks, Molotov cocktails and fireworks at officers after they breached the construction site, where a new Atlanta Public Safety Training Center is being built. Opponents of the site say they want to save an important green space near the greater Atlanta metropolitan area of 6 million people. The site was subject to a protest in January that briefly turned violent as demonstrators set a police car on fire and smashed windows of buildings. Demonstrators at that time gathered to protest the law enforcement killing of an activist during a raid to clear the construction site.
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