“If these allegations are found to be true, I agree that he should be removed from office," said Houston County’s NAACP chapter president Jonathan Johnson.
Judge Timothy Walmsley told Arbery’s killers, “He left his home to go for a run and ended up running for his life.”
Wanda Cooper-Jones told the court, “I wished he had cut and cleaned his toenails when he went out on the jog that day. I guess he would have if he’d known he would be murdered that day.”
Defense Team Called "Desperate" After Describing Ahmaud Arbery's Toenails, Saying He Wasn't A Victim
Defense attorney Laura Hogue described Ahmaud Arbery's "long, dirty toenails," in closing argument. Arbery's father called the defense team "desperate."
Defense rested their case in the McMichael/Bryan trial. A verdict is possible before Thanksgiving.
Defense attorneys argued that her emotions sway the jury and the outcome of the trial has shifted in favor of the prosecution.
Defense Lawyer For Man Charged In Ahmaud Arbery Killing: ‘We Don’t Want Any More Black Pastors Coming In Here’
Lawyer Kevin Gough, who represents William “Roddie” Bryan, claimed pastors and high profile Black people in the courtroom could “intimidate” the jury.
Two of Myles Cosgrove’s rounds struck Taylor, who’s now appealing for re-employment.
Former Glynn County police officer Ricky Minshew gave many reasons as to why he did not administer aid to Arbery.
Ahmaud Arbery Attacker Tried To Hit Him 4 Different Times With Truck Prior To Killing, Prosecution Says
In opening statements Friday, prosecutor says William Bryan attempted to hit Arbery with his truck and directed him toward his killers despite saying his only role was to film the encounter.
Arbery was shot and killed in February 2020 after allegedly being followed by three white men during a jog.
The three men on trial will use an 1863 citizen’s arrest law as their defense in court.
One of the two accused killers of Ahmaud Arbery wants to keep jury from seeing images of a Confederate vanity license plate on his truck.
The Men Who Killed Ahmaud Arbery Wanted Access To His Mental Health Records. A Judge Just Blocked Them.
Judge Timothy Walmsley says that, even in death, Arbery’s medical privacy trumps the rights of those standing trial.
Parents share “devastating” loss of their son at press conference with attorneys Ben Crump and Lee Merritt.
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