Some members of Atlanta's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities say the city's police chief hasn't gone far enough in punishing officers involved a botched 2009 raid on a Midtown gay bar.
The discontent comes after Chief George Turner on Friday fired six officers found to have lied during an investigation into the raid on the Atlanta Eagle.
In what Turner claimed sent a strong message, he demoted Major Deborah Williams, who oversaw the officers involved in the botched raid.
"She never experienced a demotion," said concerned Atlanta resident Charlie Stadtlander. "Major Williams retired as a Major."
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