But some legal scholars suggest Kibler's case will stand, that the contents of the affidavit don't matter.
Had Kibler's attorney known of the allegation, he could have raised it in an evidentiary hearing, said Lawrence Zimmerman, an Atlanta attorney who represents another man arrested by the task force.
"I don't see it as an issue for the case." Attorneys who represent other defendants caught by the task force say Kibler should not have been prosecuted.
The teamwork displayed by these officers and civilians illustrates their commitment both to SCMPD and to improving the safety of the city and county. If you want to go far, go together,” Assistant Chief Juliette Tolbert told those in attendance. These pins acknowledge the hard work and sacrifice made by SCMPD officers during the storm.Karen Williams, Cherquila Hicks and Vernell Mitchell received the award. The Violent Crimes Unit was recognized for ending 2016 with a 76 percent homicide clearance rate, which far surpasses the national average. The Missing Elderly Woman Search Team was recognized for organizing the successful search and rescue of an elderly woman.
Richard Moore, APO Isaiah Davis, APO Thomas Howe, Officer William Barnett, Officer Joshua Chatting, Officer Anthony Christie, Officer William Daniels, Officer Amir Delic, Officer Omar Fernandez, Officer Scott Gashi, Officer Kevin Jean-Louis, Officer Tim Mc Neely, and Theresa Miles. Now, new evidence suggests a judge was given false information in an affidavit for the search warrant that led to Michael Dwayne Kibler's arrest.The affidavit supposedly came out of Internet chats between Kibler and FBI special agent Ken Hillman, former chief of the controversial Northwest Georgia Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.Chief Joseph Lumpkin honored six groups of officers and civilian staff with the Unit-Teamwork Citation. Teamwork is a very important element of what we do,” Lumpkin said. Kevin Elleby, Detective Kevin Fikes, Detective John Garcia, Detective Rebekah Gregory, Detective Bryony Harris, Detective John Hauber, Detective Patrick Johnson, Detective Rico Jordan, Detective Jason Manley, Detective John Morris, Detective Alli Nichols, Detective Chris Ross, Detective Michael Rowan, Detective Jacob Schroyer, Detective Eric Smith, Detective Richard Wiggins, Margaret Boyer, and Priyanka Pardeshi. “I extend a special thanks to the officers and civilians here today for their willingness to do a tough job.” The Budget Office was recognized for orchestrating support and supplies for the annual St. They were also commended for providing the logistical support needed to hire a record 136 officers in 2016. Central Precinct C-Watch was recognized for their effective use of verbal de-escalation skills to peacefully resolve a crisis situation with a mental health consumer, who was putting his safety, his family’s safety and officers’ safety at risk. And Poston, who also represents a man arrested by the task force, said a case like this undercuts the credibility of the FBI.