Atlanta fire chief fired over pro-family book

ATLANTA (BP) — Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran has been terminated following a city investigation into a book he wrote that calls homosexual behavior immoral. But Cochran said the investigation, which has not been released to the public, produced no evidence of wrongdoing. Allegations of discrimination against homosexuals were “completely unfounded,” Cochran said Jan. 6. “The investigation shows that there is no evidence. Under no circumstances have I been discriminatory or hateful towards any member of the department in the LGBT community or a member of the LGBT community at large.” Cochran is a deacon, Sunday School teacher and Bible study leader at Atlanta’s Elizabeth Baptist Church, a cooperating church with the Georgia Baptist Convention. A two-time Atlanta fire chief, Cochran also served as U.S. Fire Administrator under President Obama from 2009–10.
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One Response to Atlanta fire chief fired over pro-family book

  1. Joe Hand Sr says:

    God help us!! It is illegal to tell the truth now!! Come quickly, Lord Jesus!!

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