What fuckin' piece of shit Georgia woman who called for ‘death to all white cops’ apologizes publicly, charges dropped BY Tobias Salinger NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Updated: Friday, May 6, 2016, 8:29 PM An Atlanta-area woman who called for black people to “rise up and shoot every white cop” apologized for her Facebook post Friday. Prosecutors charged Ebony Dickens with terroristic threats and inciting a riot after they said she wrote, “I condone black on white killings. Hell they condone crimes against us,” and “death to all white cops nationwide” under her Facebook name Tiffany Milan last April. Yet they dropped the rap in exchange for her offering of remorse while surrounded by law enforcement officials at a news conference Friday, WSB-TV reported. WSB-TV Ebony Dickens, 34, apologized on Friday to Atlanta-area law enforcement officials after they said she wrote a Facebook post last year calling on black people to kill all white police officers. “It was not meant that way. I would never advocate for anybody else to be harmed by anyone. I wouldn’t push that upon my worst enemy. It’s not the person that I am,” said Dickens, 34, a small business owner with a master's degree in criminal justice. “My apology is genuine and sincere because I know for a fact that I do not want anyone's lives taken, anyone being harmed by something that I put on Facebook.” Dickens, who is African-American, said she meant the post as satire but understands why she was arrested after East Point police said she predicted that she “might kill at least fifteen tomorrow.” She wanted to write something preposterous in hopes of starting a conversation during protests and riots in Baltimore after the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray, she said. Facebook The Facebook post under her screen name Tiffany Milan drew national headlines last April. “I’m apologetic because I would’ve been devastated if something had happened to an officer at the time that this happened,” Dickens said. “That would’ve killed me because I didn’t think about that.” DeKalb County Public Safety Director Dr. Cedric Alexander and Atlanta Police Union President Ken Allen also spoke Friday at Jackson Memorial Baptist Church, which often hosts funerals for officers killed in the line of duty.