Two DeKalb County police officers have been suspended for using county equipment to run a personal background check on Barack Obama. DeKalb County is a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia.
According to the AJC, the two officers, Ryan White and C.M. Route, were placed on administrative leave for using a computer mounted in a patrol car to run a query on Obama on July 20.
Such behavior, said William “Miz” Miller, DeKalb Public Safety director, is not to be tolerated.
“As Public Safety Director for DeKalb County, I want everyone to know that we take these allegations very seriously,” he said in a statement. READ MORE...
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