GBI says investigations active in Elmore shooting, inmate death

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Officials at the Georgia Bureau of Investigation say little has changed in the status of two prominent investigations involving deaths in Richmond County.

In a phone call Thursday, Special Agent Gary Nicholson said are still waiting for the return of several police video cameras that were sent to FBI officials for enhancement in connection to the fatal shooting of Justin Elmore by two Richmond County Sheriff’s Officers in December. He said they have no new information to announce at this time.

Investigators are also awaiting toxicology results of Cecil Coleman Johnston, 56, who appears to have hanged himself in his Richmond County Jail cell Sunday, Special Agent Nicholson said.

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My_2nd
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My_2nd 02/26/09 - 01:44 pm
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i see the AC is still wanting

i see the AC is still wanting to keep that mess stirred up.

55 F-100
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55 F-100 02/26/09 - 05:43 pm
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The report should read

The report should read "NoMore Elmore & award commendations to the shooters for vermin eradication". B.F.D.!

kissofdeath
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kissofdeath 02/26/09 - 05:54 pm
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A reguest has been sent to

A reguest has been sent to the U.S. Attroney office and Eric Holder the U.S. Attroney General by AL Sharpton to expedite the malfunction tape and finding by the local D.A. Office Ashely Wright.

LadyCisback
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LadyCisback 02/26/09 - 06:32 pm
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his actions led to the

his actions led to the consequences.. facebook is flooded with videos on this low life.. I am sure my tax money paid for the camera and the computer it was downloaded into and the internet connection used for this.. where is the justice in that!!

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