Verdict Is In! All Three Men Involved In Death Of Ahmaud Arbery Receive Life Sentences!

This Friday, a court sentenced Ahmaud Arbery’s three assassins to life in prison without a chance of release with the chance of parole for two of them.

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Travis McMichael, Gregory McMichael, and William Bryan, all white, were convicted of murder in November for the shooting death of Arbery (black).

The McMichaels were changed to life in prison without an option of release, while Bryan was sentenced to life in jail with the possibility of parole.

Judge Timothy Walmsley handed down the sentences.

In one pickup car, Gregory McMichael and his son Travis followed the victim on February 23, 2020, saying that he was responsible for an increase in burglaries in the neighborhood. Travis McMichael encountered Arbery in the street and killed him.

When McMichaels pulled over, Bryan pursued them in a separate car and used the phone to record the pursuit and the shooting.

Later, the men were charged with nine counts of murder, malice murder, felony murder, aggravated assault, and false imprisonment linked to the death.

On all charges by a jury, Travis McMichael was guilty, and his father was guilty on all counts except malice murder by a jury.

Travis and Gregory McMichael said that they were trying to arrest him. In the shooting, they said that they were defending themselves.

“It’s been a long time coming,” Arbery’s father, Marcus Arbery, said.

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