Atlanta Cadet Fainted, May Have Been Denied Water
August 10, 2012
Officials are checking into an allegation that an Atlanta Police cadet who passed out during training was denied water.
The recruit collapsed during a training session in 96 degree heat on a July afternoon.
Sources tell FOX 5 that the recruit requested water but was told he had to continue the drill. A short time later, he fainted.
Read the full MyFoxAtlanta story.
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Ima Leprechaun @ 12/11/2012 3:50 PM
Another example of sadistic training officers. This is just plainly a bad training practice. The cadet needs to sue them because that is the only way this will change. Atlanta is very lucky the cadet did not die.
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