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A former Georgia police officer who fatally shot an Afghanistan war veteran, was convicted and sentenced to 12 years in prison on Friday.
Robert Olsen, who is white, fatally shot by Anthony Hill, who is black, naked and unarmed, in the year 2015, as a response to multiple 911 calls from outside a building. Olsen was not guilty of the crime of murder, but guilty of aggravated assault, two counts of violation of an oath and making a false statement. He’s got 35 years in prison, but was sentenced to 20 years of age, and 12 of them are in prison and eight on probation. Judge Latisha Jackson, forbidden as an integral part of a future career in law enforcement, and possession of a weapon.
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Investigators said Hill, 26, was suffering from PTSD and a bipolar disorder. He served in the U.S. air force. Olsen, 56, was a police officer for seven years, when he was responding to calls by the residents, the Hill was stripped bare and the to act weird. Defense lawyers said Hill was walking in the direction of an integral part of, and not to stop after an integral part of him told him to do. They claimed Olsen was acting in self-defense.
Robert Olsen, left, and Anthony Hill, to the right
Prosecutors said Olsen used excessive force, and to use his stun gun, or baton.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.