Jim Chambers, Atlanta gym owner, defends ban on cops, soldiers

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An Atlanta gym owner is making no apologies after his ban on police officers and members of the military caused a local backlash. The controversy started when passersby noticed a sign posted in front of EAV Barbell Club in the city’s East Atlanta Village neighborhood and brought it to the attention of local NBC affiliate WXIA.…

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Regina Riddle

It would be interesting to know if there were any law enforcement or military that have used the gym in the past or even want to use it. I certainly would not want to go there … the owner is a moron.

Annie Fannie

That gym owner is brave enough to stand up for his minority customers. If you think that police have done a good job making minorities feel safe then you are the moron. I think it’s amazing that Jim Chambers recognizes the brutality against young black men in the US and has chosen to take a stand.