MARIETTA, GA — “Why does God let the homeless starve?” The sign, written simply on old cardboard, was the subject of a call to the police. Free speech was not truly free for one homeless man in historic Marietta Square several years … Continue reading
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ATLANTA, GA — 11/25/2014 — Protesters took to the streets and to Underground Atlanta to protest the Ferguson grand jury verdict. Pictures and video are courtesy of Amy Barnes of Marietta, GA. ###
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MARIETTA, GA — Oct. 30, 2014 — at approx. 6:45 to 7am, a driver hit a special needs school bus in the street in front of Milford Elementary School, in Cobb County on Windy Hill Rd near Austell Rd. The … Continue reading
I am one of the occupiers still stuck in the court system… For those of you who don’t yet know the story, Cobb County Police arrested me for protesting what I believed was an unlawful detention and shake-down of someone for … Continue reading
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I found a few interesting things buried in a Q and A reportback regarding a change to Cobb County ordinances published online. The speaker was a government official who is now an Attorney General… “… if we wanted to follow the U.S. Constitution, […] the cases didn’t … Continue reading
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