5 things to know tonight: 37 million adulterers could be exposed by hack, more

1. Man accused of shooting, killing squatter charged with murder: The man accused of shooting and killing a squatter Monday morning at his relative’s DeKalb County home has been charged with murder, officials said.  The victim had not yet been identified. [Read more]

2. Transgender Georgia inmate seeking safe housing raped again, attorney says: The inmate, who is suing the state prison system for safe housing and hormone treatment, said she was sexually assaulted again, according to a news report. Attorneys representing Ashley Alton Diamond are asking prison officials to move her or to present a plan to keep her safe. [Read more]

3. Hackers threaten to reveal names and nude photos of 37 million adulterers: A group of hackers known as “The Impact Team” has allegedly stolen the info — names, addresses, credit card info, nude photos and favorite perversions — of 37 million users of the website “Ashley Madison,” which helps married adults commit adultery. [Read more]

4. The Palmetto Pipeline has sparked one of the most remarkable battles over property rights in Georgia in recent memory. A powerful trifecta of business forces, environmental groups and political leaders has united to fight the proposal. [Read more]

5. Veterans rally on behalf of man shot by DeKalb police: Sometime within the next six weeks, a civil grand jury is expected to recommend whether to charge the DeKalb police officer who, on March 9, fatally shot unarmed Air Force veteran Anthony Hill. “Anthony was failed on several levels,” said retired Lt. Col Amos King, a 28-year veteran with the U.S. Army. [Read more]

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