The former chair of the MARTA board, busted in an airport sex sting, will appear in court nearly two years after his arrest at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. He’s set to appear on public indecency charges on Feb. 23, 2009. Wall has pleaded not guilty.
The charges stem from an arrest in March 2007 when Atlanta police say Wall was spotted in a stall having oral sex with another man. The fact that the case lingered for so long came to light earlier this month when the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that Wall was hired by Clayton County for financial advice. Wall, an investment banker, has advised Clayton and other governments in the past.