Four Atlanta women were standing on the sidewalk talking about funeral plans for a friend when a police officer ordered them to move.Three of them did, but one, Minne Carey, asked the officer "Why?" "Because I said so," said the officer, who then handcuffed her and hauled her off to jail for disorderly conduct. Charges against Carey were ultimately dismissed, and the city's Citizen Review Board found the officer violated department policy and falsely arrested Carey, but there's no word on whether the officer will be punished.
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