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Officer Charged With Killing Rayshard Brooks Granted $500,000 Bond

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Officer Charged With Killing Rayshard Brooks Granted $500,000 BondWatch VideoThe former Atlanta police officer who was seen on camera fatally shooting Rayshard Brooks has been granted bond. 

During a virtual hearing Tuesday, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Jane Barwick set Garrett Rolfe's bond at $500,000. Rolfe faces 11 charges, including felony murder, in connection with Brooks' fatal...
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News video: Rayshard Brooks: protesters set fire to Wendy's after black man shot dead by police

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Demonstrators set fire to a fast food restaurant in Atlanta on Saturday where Rayshard Brooks, 27, was shot dead by a police officer the previous night. Police were called to the restaurant over reports that he had fallen asleep in the drive-through line. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation, which is...

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