Atlanta City Council Resolution about Apology to Eagle Raid Victims

by AtlantaEagleRaid.com on January 6, 2010

Newly elected Atlanta City Council member Michael Julian Bond has proposed a City Council resolution to apologize to the victims of the police raid on the Atlanta Eagle.

Here is coverage of the story from the local ABC affiliate, WSB-TV:

http://www.wsbtv.com/video/22166920/index.htm

And additional details and a copy of the actual resolution are available at ProjectQAtlanta.

The proposed resolution has been referred to the City Council’s Public Safety Committee, which is scheduled to discuss the matter at a public meeting on Tuesday, January 12, 2009.  Eagle co-owner Robert Kelley and Eagle attorney Dan Grossman, among others, will be at the meeting, and supporters are encouraged to attend.  The meeting is currently scheduled for 3:00 PM in Committee Room 2 of Atlanta City Hall, 55 Trinity Ave.  Anyone wishing to make a comment at the meeting should arrive well in advance, since there is a sign-up procedure, and for further information, the phone number of the City Council is 404-330-6030.

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