The father and son convicted of murdering Ahmaud Arbery want their hate crime convictions thrown out.
The jury fund all three men guilty on all charges for violating Arbery’s civil rights, finding the killing was racially motivated.
By Russ Bynum
The three men convicted of murder in Ahmaud Arbery’s fatal shooting have been found guilty of federal hate crimes.
Jury selection is beginning in the federal hate crimes trial of the three men already convicted of murdering Ahmaud Arbery.
In Brunswick Georgia, the three men convicted in the February 2020 killing of Ahmaud Arbery were sentenced Friday. Travis McMichael and his father, Greg McMichael, both were sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole, plus 20 years. Their neighbor, William “Roddie” Bryan Jr. was given a lesser sentence of life in prison with the possibility of parole.
By Russ Bynum
Three white men who chased and killed Ahmaud Arbery have been sentenced to life in prison, with a judge denying any chance of parole for the father and son who armed themselves and initiated the deadly pursuit of the 25-year-old Black man.
Three white men convicted of murder in the deadly chase and shooting of Ahmaud Arbery are due back in court for sentencing. A Georgia jury in November found father and son Greg and Travis McMichael and their neighbor, William “Roddie” Bryan, guilty of murder and other crimes in the February 2020 killing of the 25-year-old Black man.
The jury found all three men guilty of felony murder in the killing of Arbery
ABC NEWS– Wednesday a jury reached a verdict in the trial of three men accused of chasing down Ahmaud Arbery in their trucks and fatally shooting the 25-year-old Black man. The jury found all three men guilty of Felony Murder in the killing of Arbery. The high profile case took place in the Glynn County Superior Court in Brunswick, Georgia,…
The jury is now deliberating the fate of the men accused of killing Ahmaud Arbery. They must decide on 24 separate counts, including murder.
Jury deliberations begin in the trial of the three men accused of killing Ahmaud Arbery. Lawyers presented their closing arguments, painting differing versions of what happened that day.