by Robin Kemp
Attorneys for Roderick Walker are planning an 11 a.m. press conference Friday, Sept. 18. Walker was released on signature bond from the Fulton County Jail Thursday after having been released and then transferred directly from the Clayton County Jail on outstanding warrants.
On Sept. 11, Clayton County Sheriff’s deputies from the COBRA Unit arrested Walker for refusing to identify himself after they pulled over the car he was riding in for a taillight violation. Deputies alleged Walker and his family were not wearing seatbelts. When Walker asked why he needed to show ID when he was not the driver, deputies told him to step out and a scuffle ensued. Deputy Brandon Myers was fired for excessive use of force and violating his oath. Two other deputies,
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