Atlanta Police Admit Mistakes in Brian Nichols' Case
Atlanta police admit a number of heavy duty mistakes in the search for alleged courthouse shooter Brian Nichols.
How the suspect was able to slip out of an area that was swarming with police and clogged with traffic is a question that has puzzled observers and embarrassed law enforcement for the past week.
Valuable time and resources were lost because police were searching the roads most of the day for a green Honda allegedly stolen by the suspect during his escape, Pennington admitted. The car was found late that night in the very garage from where it had been taken. The garage had not been searched.
Understatement of the year:
"We should have gone through the entire building," Pennington said at a news conference in Atlanta on Friday.
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