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Openly gay East Point City Councilmember alleges threat against him

Openly gay East Point Councilmember Lance Rhodes has filed a report with city police alleging a terroristic threat was made against him. The threats are not stated to be anti-gay.

Rhodes filed a complaint with the East Point police and stated the threat against him occurred after a heated Oct. 4 meeting in which a woman addressed the council and allegedly said to him, "If you come over to my neighborhood and knock on my neighbor's door, she might shoot you."