Suspected of murder of Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia courtroom

Suspected of murder of Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia courtroom

The three white Georgian men will go to court since their first hearing since the unarmed black runner Ahmaud Arbery was shot dead on February 23.

Go 50 against Glynn County Judge Judge Wallace Harrell, ex-police Gregory McMichael, 64 and 34-year-old son Travis McMichael and local resident William “Roddie” Bryan, Coastal Courier newspaper It was reported.

McMichaels is accused of heavy murder and heavy assault, and Bryan, who shot the national video on the case with national attention, is charged with heavy murder and false imprisonment.

Arbery, 25, was running in the Satilla Shores neighborhood when the McMichaels tried to block the way with their pickup trucks, and Travis McMichael was killed when he got out of the truck with a shotgun and fought Arbery.

Bryan, who originally portrayed himself as a good Samaritan, followed Arbery in his car and filmed his death.

However, the case was not filed for more than two months, and two local prosecutors rejected the case – until Bryan’s video was made public on May 5 and led to national anger. A government agency, the Georgia Investigation Bureau, took over the case and charged McMichaels on May 7.

Bryan was arrested and charged on May 21.

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp said last week that officials will be vigilant to prevent any “hitches” in the racially charged case.

“We will have a strong state law enforcement agency in the region to support the local government, including the Georgian State Patrol, the Natural Resources Department, the Georgia Gaurd chambers, GEMA officials and other related institutions.” Said Kemp, according to CNN.

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“If they try to infiltrate very peaceful meetings in society for more than a month, we will take the necessary measures to make the bad actors accountable.”

If convicted, all three men are on parole or parole, death penalty, CBS-News reported.

All three suspects claimed that he was not guilty of charges. They told the police that they believed Arbery was a theft suspect after stopping at a local construction site.

Cobb County Attorney Joyette Holmes will follow up on the case.

Ates continues to be investigated by the FBI and the Ministry of Justice.

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