DECATUR, Ga. -- Thursday is a big day in the Anthony Hill police-shooting case in DeKalb County.
The district attorney will ask a Grand Jury to indict the officer for murder.
The night before, supporters of Hill continued their 24-hour-a-day vigil.
Supporters who have been camping outside the courthouse since Monday know that Grand Juries in Georgia rarely indict police officers accused of killing someone in the line of duty.
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“It’s sad,” Hill's mother Carolyn Giummo said.
Giummo just arrived in Atlanta with others in her family, from Charleston, confident, she said, that District Attorney Robert James will convince this Grand Jury to indict officer Robert Olsen for murder.