The murder trials for Kyle Rittenhouse and the men who killed Ahmaud Arbery might not be happening if the white males involved didn't decide to take the law into their own hands in illegal attempts to dole out vigilante justice.
When Hannah Payne’s delayed murder trial in the road-rage killing of 62-year-old Black driver Kenneth Herring finally begins early next year, Black women will help decide her fate, including Clayton County Superior Court Judge Shana Rooks Malone.
A grand jury piled on some more charges and renewed existing murder charges this week when it returned additional indictments against Hannah Payne.
21-year-old Hannah Payne's murder case for killing 62-year-old Kenneth Herring after a minor hit and run accident in Georgia will move forward.
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