VIDEO: Doctor Who Tried to Save Murdered Georgia Officer Upset by Lack of Community Outcry

A doctor who worked to save the life of a Riverdale, GA, officer last week after the officer was shot in a drug raid says he's struggled since the shooting and is asking why there is not more outpouring of grief and protest from the community over the killing.

In an exclusive interview with WSB TV, Dr. Barry Zisholtz with Southern Regional Medical Center said the hospital's staff did everything it could to try to save Riverdale police Maj. Greg Barney's life when he arrived in the emergency room.

Zisholtz says he feels Barney's death should have the community up in arms, protesting the violence that took his life, and he referenced the unrest and protests that received national attention after recent racially charged, police-involved shootings across the country.

He told WSB TV he doesn't understand why Barney's murder isn't getting similar attention.