During a 2006 narcotics raid, three white Atlanta cops busted into the home of 92-year-old Kathryn Johnston, who was black. She was killed in the course of the raid, which turned out to have been based on an illegally-acquired warrant. The incident blew the lid off of some corrupt goings-on in the Atlanta police department and, of course, caused some serious racial tension. Now, Arthur Bruce Tesler, the only cop to stand trial in the case (the other two pleaded guilty to manslaughter), is awaiting a verdict. There’s only one problem — the jury of ten whites and two blacks is hopelessly deadlocked. If he walks, I’m pretty sure Al Sharpton is going to try to shut down ATL.