March 29, 2007
AUGUSTA, Ga.---Radio personality Ryan B. tells News 12's Jonathan Martin he plans to resign tomorrow morning from radio station Rejoice 94.7. He says he's resigning "for the safety of the station and the community".
Tuesday, Sheriff Ronnie Strength filed a defamation lawsuit against him for calling him a murderer.
"I am going to resign tomorrow at 10 am," Ryan B. told us by phone. "I'm not resigning under pressure or forced to resign, I'm resigning for the best interest of the community."
Today, two other defamation lawsuits were filed against Ryan B., one by Aviation Commission chairman Cedric Johnson, and the other by local pastor Rev. Clarence Moore.
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