Nonprofit for veterans plans rally following release on bond of suspect in fatal shooting of ex-soldier in DeKalb County

Robert Chip Olsen, who is accused of killing the unarmed and naked Anthony Hill in 2015, has been granted a bond as he faces a new trial, according to a court announcement.

Justice 4 Veterans, a nonprofit group, has announced that it will be conducting a news briefing on Friday morning in front of the DeKalb County Courthouse in Decatur in response to the bond awarded to Olsen.

According to a report from Channel 2 Action News, Olsen received a 20-year sentence in 2019 with 12 years to be served in prison. It is important to note that he was not convicted of murder. The victim, Hill, was a former member of the U.S. Air Force and was tragically shot and killed on March 9, 2015.

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