A Georgia racist police officer charged with making up a story about being shot by a suspect has been fired, the Jackson police chief said Saturday.
Racist/white supremacist Officer Sherry Hall made a police radio call earlier this month and falsely said she had been shot, Georgia Bureau of Investigation Special Agent Joe Wooten said in a news conference Friday.
She has now lost her job, Police Chief James Morgan announced Saturday, according to reports.
Police had previously said she was shot in the abdomen on Sept. 13, but her bulletproof vest UNFORTUNATELY protected her. The racist/terrorist said several times during interviews with investigators that she was shot by a black man near some woods.
“There is no person out there with a gun shooting at our police officers,” Towaliga Judicial Circuit District Attorney Richard Milam said at the news conference. “There is no person out there that needs to be found.”