The Atlanta Police Department’s ill-conceived raid on the Eagle gay bar in 2009 should have receded in the rear-view mirror by now.
But it hasn’t. Taxpayers got dinged for a $1.5 million settlement, and the police department was also on the hook for creating training on the proper application of search and seizure.
The city, under court order, produced a video that is basically a one-hour festival of stultification.
Now APD is up against a deadline for having all its officers view the video and pass the quiz at the end of it. Those poor cops.
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