Witness ties infamous raid to lie


By Steve Visser
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

ATLANTA — A former Atlanta police officer testified Thursday that narcotics officers routinely lied under oath when seeking search warrants --- a practice that led to police killing a 92-year-old woman.

Former Detective Gregg Junnier told a Fulton County jury that detectives would tell judges that they had verified their informants had bought cocaine from dealers by searching them for drugs before the buy took place.

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