Appealing their convictions, Ahmaud Arbery's murderers are arguing that just because they're racist doesn't mean the racism made them kill.
Happy New Year! Jackie Johnson, the ex-Georgia DA charged for meddling in the Ahmaud Arbery investigation, will finally be in court in 2023.
One of the men convicted of murdering Ahmaud Arbery is attempting to throw his two co-defendants under the bus, including his own son, by painting them as anti-Black racists in a desperate attempt to be acquitted in the federal hate crime trial that resulted in three guilty verdicts.
Arbery’s mother says this isn’t the end of the battle and the family will continue to fight for justice in the name of their son.
While the hate crime convictions for Gregory and Travis McMichael and William "Roddie" Bryan may help Ahmaud Arbery's loved ones inch closer to closure, civil rights leaders are cautioning against confusing the verdicts for true justice.
A judge handed down life in prison sentences for all three men convicted of murdering Arbery. Now, one month later the three men are back in court for federal proceedings. But how does the federal trial differ from the state trial?
The U.S. Department of Justice is defending its decision to offer a plea deal to the convicted murderers of Ahmaud Arbery, but an attorney representing the deceased jogger's family is pushing back on the feds' narrative.
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