Too Much Truth Recap: George Zimmerman’s Attorney’s Quit and Atlanta School Board Redistricting

April 10, 2012 12:00 AM
Too Much Truth Recap: George Zimmerman’s Attorney’s Quit and Atlanta School Board Redistricting
" According to the Huffington Post:

George Zimmerman’s attorneys said in a press conference Tuesday afternoon that they will no longer be representing him. The attorneys claim that Zimmerman repeatedly rebuffed their legal advice, and that they have now lost contact with him.


Also the latest in the Atlanta Redistricting Saga:

The Atlanta Board of Education monthly meeting is now entering its fourth hour. Nearly today’s entire meeting has focused on Superintendent Errol Davis’s redistricting plan. It’s a plan is that supposed to help APS address several issues including consolidating low enrollment schools, alleviating overcrowding in others and saving the district money.

Today we had a lively discussion on these issues. Click the audio link to hear the conversation:


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