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Deputies shoot, kill hammer-wielding woman

There are 2367 comments on the The Atlanta Journal-Constitution story from Dec 17, 2010, titled Deputies shoot, kill hammer-wielding woman. In it, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that:

A woman was shot and killed by law enforcement in Bartow County Thursday night after she attacked a deputy with a hammer, authorities said.

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hammer woman 2

Cartersville, GA

#2445 Jul 18, 2013
They shot me FIVE TIMES. FIVE TIMES.

Gimme dat hammer.....*whack whack whack*
Peaches

Cramerton, NC

#2446 Jul 19, 2013
Melissa wrote:
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Tell someone that gives a shit.
Sounds like I did.. or you would not have wasted your time giving me your opinion...Bless your heart ;)
BCSO Thugs

Atlanta, GA

#2447 Nov 17, 2013
Owl 1234 wrote:
Could this and stories like it become required reading at the jail? Maybe even in high school. It's pretty simple to avoid being shot by the police.
sheriff’s office maintained defective customs and policies under which said Defendant officers were led to believe that they were permitted to enter a home in search of a suspect or evidence without a warrant and without regard for the requirements of the Fourth Amendment.
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Said defective customs and policies were the moving force behind the violation
of Holli Gooch’s Fourth Amendment rights by officers who believed that they were empowered by Sheriff Millsap to enter her home without a warrant irrespective of the requirements of the Fourth Amendment, because they knew that they would not be disciplined if they entered the home without a warrant.
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Upon information and belief, Sheriff Millsap did not discipline or retrain any of
the individual Defendant officers who flagrantly violated Holli Gooch’s Fourth Amendment rights because the sheriff condoned said unconstitutional behavior since it was consistent with his policy.
40.
As the policy maker for the Bartow County sheriff’s office, Sheriff Millsap
was deliberately indifferent to the Fourth Amendment rights of Holli Gooch and other citizens of Bartow County when he implemented or condoned the customs and
bright side

White, GA

#2448 Nov 17, 2013
But on the bright side, Holli has been clean and sober since that night.
BCSO Thugs wrote:
<quoted text>
sheriff’s office maintained defective customs and policies under which said Defendant officers were led to believe that they were permitted to enter a home in search of a suspect or evidence without a warrant and without regard for the requirements of the Fourth Amendment.
38.
Said defective customs and policies were the moving force behind the violation
of Holli Gooch’s Fourth Amendment rights by officers who believed that they were empowered by Sheriff Millsap to enter her home without a warrant irrespective of the requirements of the Fourth Amendment, because they knew that they would not be disciplined if they entered the home without a warrant.
39.
Upon information and belief, Sheriff Millsap did not discipline or retrain any of
the individual Defendant officers who flagrantly violated Holli Gooch’s Fourth Amendment rights because the sheriff condoned said unconstitutional behavior since it was consistent with his policy.
40.
As the policy maker for the Bartow County sheriff’s office, Sheriff Millsap
was deliberately indifferent to the Fourth Amendment rights of Holli Gooch and other citizens of Bartow County when he implemented or condoned the customs and
BCSO

Atlanta, GA

#2450 Nov 18, 2013
bright side wrote:
But on the bright side, Holli has been clean and sober since that night.
<quoted text>
She was not murdered for her private life. Whatever that private life may have been you as well deserved the same rights to privacy protected under the 4th amendment.

But to your point some of those officers involved in her murders has not been clean from that night forward.
Do you need some examples?
BCSO Thugs

Atlanta, GA

#2451 Nov 18, 2013
BCSO wrote:
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She was not murdered for her private life. Whatever that private life may have been you as well deserved the same rights to privacy protected under the 4th amendment.
But to your point some of those officers involved in her murders has not been clean from that night forward.
Do you need some examples?
http://www.coveritlive.com/index2.php...

http://www.scotward.com/memsol.cgi...

http://m.wsbtv.com/news/news/local/woman-clai...
Grand jury

Stone Mountain, GA

#2452 Apr 23, 2014
BCSO Thugs wrote:
Ms. Greene should also hold a special grand jury in this matter as it still with in the statute of limitations

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