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Deborah Henry, who is being evicted from her East Lake Courts home of 10 years, explains the details an altercation she had with a CHA police officer. The Chattanooga Housing Authority claims the past altercation is the reason for her eviction, but Henry said it is because she is a voice for community residents.
Staff Photo by Laura-Chase McGehee/Chattanooga Times Free Press Deborah Henry, who is being evicted from her East Lake Courts home of 10 years, explains the details an altercation she had with a CHA police officer. The Chattanooga Housing Authority claims the past altercation is the reason for her eviction, but Henry said it is because she is a voice for community residents.
published Friday, December 3rd, 2010
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Through tears, former East Lake Courts resident leader Deborah Henry said she believes she has been targeted by Chattanooga Housing Authority police for eviction because she speaks out for her rights and those of others.

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