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A jury has returned guilty verdicts against all three defendants in the murder of Ahmaud Arbery in Brunswick, Georgia. Travis McMichael, who fired the fatal shots, was convicted on all counts, including the charge of malice murder. His father Gregory McMichael and neighbor William "Roddie" Bryan were convicted of felony murder and other charges.

Arbery, a 25-year-old Black man, was shot to death while jogging in the neighborhood in February 2020. Cellphone video showed the men chasing Arbery and cornering him with their pickup trucks before a scuffle that ended with Travis McMichael shooting Arbery at close range with a shotgun.

As the first guilty verdict was read aloud, people in the public gallery were heard audibly gasping. Marcus Arbery, the father of Ahmaud Arbery, could be heard saying, "Long time coming," before being told by security to leave the courtroom. Judge Timothy Walmsley reminded the courtroom to remain silent as he continued to read the rest of the jury's verdicts aloud. [See below for a full breakdown of the charges against each defendant.]

As he stood to leave the courtroom, Travis McMichael, looking red-faced, mouthed the words "love you" to his mother.

The Associated Press reports the three men face minimum sentences of life in prison. The judge will decide whether that comes with or without the possibility of parole.

A sentencing date has yet to be scheduled.

The defense's case centered around the claim that the men acted lawfully under the state's citizen's arrest law — which was in effect at the time but has since been repealed — because they were suspicious he might have been involved in neighborhood burglaries. They argued they had a right of self-defense against Arbery who, one defense attorney said, "chose to fight."

The prosecution disputed that and argued that the three men had no legitimate reason to chase down and confront Arbery.

"All three of these defendants made assumptions — made assumptions about what was going on that day, and they made their decision to attack Ahmaud Arbery in their driveways because he was a Black man running down the street," lead prosecutor Linda Dunikoski told the jury.

Though Arbery had gone inside a house under construction in the neighborhood, "nothing had ever been taken from the construction site," Dunikoski said, and the defendants had no direct knowledge linking him to any crime when they began their pursuit.

"He was trying to get away from these strangers that were yelling at him, threatening to kill him. And then they killed him," she said, adding that Arbery was killed "for absolutely no good reason at all."

The jury was able to hear from Travis McMichael when he took the stand in his own defense. He testified that he had heard about break-ins in the neighborhood and had previously seen a Black man "lurking" and "creeping" around a house under construction.

When his father spotted Arbery on February 23, they decided to drive up alongside him and question him. As the confrontation ensued, McMichael said he was forced to make a split-second "life-or-death" decision when he said Arbery grabbed for his shotgun.

"It was the most traumatic event of my life," he told the court.

But under cross-examination, McMichael acknowledged that Arbery was "just running" and did not threaten them.

The other two defendants did not testify at the trial.

The three men are also facing federal hate crimes charges. A separate trial in the federal case is scheduled to begin on February 7, 2022.

Full breakdown of the verdict
Count 1: Malice murder

T. McMichael: GUILTY
G. McMichael: NOT GUILTY
W. Bryan: NOT GUILTY

Count 2: Felony murder

T. McMichael: GUILTY
G. McMichael: GUILTY
W. Bryan: NOT GUILTY

Count 3: Felony murder

T. McMichael: GUILTY
G. McMichael: GUILTY
W. Bryan: GUILTY

Count 4: Felony murder

T. McMichael: GUILTY
G. McMichael: GUILTY
W. Bryan: GUILTY

Count 5: Felony murder

T. McMichael: GUILTY
G. McMichael: GUILTY
W. Bryan: GUILTY

Count 6: Aggravated assault

T. McMichael: GUILTY
G. McMichael: GUILTY
W. Bryan: NOT GUILTY

Count 7: Aggravated assault

T. McMichael: GUILTY
G. McMichael: GUILTY
W. Bryan: GUILTY

Count 8: False imprisonment

T. McMichael: GUILTY
G. McMichael: GUILTY
W. Bryan: GUILTY

Count 9: Criminal attempt to commit a felony

T. McMichael: GUILTY
G. McMichael: GUILTY
W. Bryan: GUILTY

Makeup of the jury

In a case where race played a key role, only one Black juror and 11 Whites were chosen to decide the fate of the three defendants, who are all White. Prosecutors objected, arguing that several potential Black jurors were cut because of their race.

The judge agreed that "intentional discrimination" by defense attorneys appeared to have shaped jury selection but said his authority to intervene was limited under Georgia law. In Glynn County, where Arbery was killed and the trial was held, Black people account for nearly 27% of the population, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The judge said 25% of the pool from which the final jury was chosen was Black.

The jury included three men and nine women. They began deliberations midday Tuesday after the prosecution concluded its rebuttal arguments and the judge gave them instructions on the law in the case.

They reached their verdict the following day, after about 10 hours of deliberations.

https://www.cbsnews.com/live-update...ecKAxGieAWks_mj4D-KMEF5g-D8DG_JgFKwiN8Iw


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11 white jurors and 1 black juror made the correct verdict in this case. I said from day one that I had full confidence this jury would do the right thing. I don't believe the rhetoric that we as a Country are divided racially. We are divided by one thing and one thing only and that is politically. There are those that want this Country to stay a free democratic republic and not a socialist nation.

I heard a male figure in Ahmaud Arbury's family it might have been his father speak and he said this verdict proved to him that all lives matter. I agree. It is not racist to say all lives matter. No matter was race you are you matter. We are all made in God's image and to hate someone from a different skin color is to hate God.


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Apparently it's hard to get a jury to impose death in Georgia.

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Actually I’m shocked. In good ole boy land they actually saw the truth and handed down the proper verdict. Totally shocked.


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Glad for this result. There was no way those dudes were going to walk.


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The most bothersome statement is Travis McMichaels statement that it was "the most traumatic event in my life"......

It was even a more event traumatic for Arbery, except that he can't tell us so.

They chased him down and cornered him.. They were the aggressors.

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I have to admit you were right, Eve. I expected them to get the Klan pass.


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Originally Posted by PerfectSpiral
Actually I’m shocked. In good ole boy land they actually saw the truth and handed down the proper verdict. Totally shocked.

Maybe that is your own prejudice that you assume people can't convict people of their own race or some backwards view of the south..

I don't know all the facts, but from what I do know it seemed like guilty would be the verdict, at least for the father and son...the other guy I am not sure if he was all that involved or not but the not guilty on the one charge makes it seem like he was just sort of there. I could see him getting some sort of parole consideration at some point.


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Originally Posted by WooferDawg
The most bothersome statement is Travis McMichaels statement that it was "the most traumatic event in my life"......

It was even a more event traumatic for Arbery, except that he can't tell us so.

They chased him down and cornered him.. They were the aggressors.

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Why is that bothersome? I would hope this was the most traumatic event in that guys life.


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I think the biggest issue with the jury was the racial make up of the jury in comparison to the population.

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Brunswick Demographics

According to the most recent ACS, the racial composition of Brunswick was:

Black or African American: 55.07%
White: 40.03%
Asian: 2.16%
Two or more races: 1.66%
Other race: 0.63%
Native American: 0.25%
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander: 0.20%

https://worldpopulationreview.com/us-cities/brunswick-ga-population

If you look at the county it breaks down this way.

The racial makeup of the county was 70.66% White or Caucasian, 26.45% Black or African American, 0.26% Native American, 0.60% Asian, 0.05% Pacific Islander, 0.88% from other races, and 1.09% from two or more races. 2.99% of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race.

That would have placed three to four black jurors based on "a jury of your piers". But that's not the way assigning jurors works. Each side can find reasons to excuse jurors they think would not favor their side. It's a game that's played between prosecutors and defense attorneys in every criminal trial.

If anyone thinks that race doesn't pay a part in the outcome of some criminal trials and sentencing they are pretty much blind. There's no one size fits all. It certainly doesn't play a part in all cases. It's also fools gold to say it doesn't play a part in any cases.

In this case it doesn't appear to have. The jury appears to have reached a logical conclusion based on the evidence allowed to be presented to them in the court room. That's the only control any and every jury has.


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I tend to agree with you. The only thing he forgot to mention was he and his two friends were the cause and responsible for their own trauma.


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Originally Posted by Ballpeen
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The most bothersome statement is Travis McMichaels statement that it was "the most traumatic event in my life"......

It was even a more event traumatic for Arbery, except that he can't tell us so.

They chased him down and cornered him.. They were the aggressors.

goodbye...

Why is that bothersome? I would hope this was the most traumatic event in that guys life.

As previously stated.... It was a more traumatic event for Arbery...


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Maybe that is your own prejudice that you assume people can't convict people of their own race or some backwards view of the south..

I think the problem is the one size fits all approach. It works the exact same way when people talk about the north when they live in the south. Not all but a portion of them. The south isn't the same when it comes to make up and political beliefs. Racism isn't everywhere in the south just like everyone in the north isn't what you view as communists. lmao

But let's not pretend there are not areas in the south where this verdict would have been far more likely of being judged as not guilty rather than guilty. Because there certainly are.


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One of the inexplicable conundrums of life is that we do not want to be judged by our ethnicity or race (e.g. content of our character), yet is is how we first judge others.

It is something that is embedded in our DNA that we will have to overcome.

I actually think that it goes back to survival of the species instinct.


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Good... from(my limited) knowledge, these guys were easily guilty....


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Originally Posted by WooferDawg
One of the inexplicable conundrums of life is that we do not want to be judged by our ethnicity or race (e.g. content of our character), yet is is how we first judge others.

It is something that is embedded in our DNA that we will have to overcome.

I actually think that it goes back to survival of the species instinct.

Birds of a feather flock together. It's normal behavior throughout the animal kingdom.


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Originally Posted by PitDAWG
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Maybe that is your own prejudice that you assume people can't convict people of their own race or some backwards view of the south..

I think the problem is the one size fits all approach. It works the exact same way when people talk about the north when they live in the south. Not all but a portion of them. The south isn't the same when it comes to make up and political beliefs. Racism isn't everywhere in the south just like everyone in the north isn't what you view as communists. lmao

But let's not pretend there are not areas in the south where this verdict would have been far more likely of being judged as not guilty rather than guilty. Because there certainly are.

I wasn't pretending anything. There are pockets of bigotry everywhere. I don't think the south has a cod lock on that, but that is a topic for another day.


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The Prosecuting Attorney put on a clinic in this trial.

She was focused, disciplined, and presented the facts in such a way as to give the Defense Attorneys virtually no wiggle room for their clients. She never allowed the 'racial optics' of the jury makeup to alter her approach, and she ran this case by the numbers. As Joe Friday would have said: "Just the facts, Ma'am."

In her closing arguments, she went to lengths to point out that Mr. Arbery was chased for 5 minutes before he was cornered and executed, thereby negating any legitimate claim of self defense by counsel for the accused. She went to lengths to explain that the accused had no evidence that the deceased had committed any observable crime, thereby negating the legitimacy of a so-called citizen's arrest. She was even able to compel the defense's sole client who took the stand in his own defense to admit-under oath-that the deceased made no move or gesture that could have been interpreted as hostile or threatening. She never allowed the trial to become a race-based media circus, and she won by overwhelming her opponents with competence, facts, an impeccably designed and executed case, and unimpeachable professionalism. It was truly impressive to see.

Like I said- a clinic.

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Originally Posted by PitDAWG
I think the biggest issue with the jury was the racial make up of the jury in comparison to the population.

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Brunswick Demographics

According to the most recent ACS, the racial composition of Brunswick was:

Black or African American: 55.07%
White: 40.03%
Asian: 2.16%
Two or more races: 1.66%
Other race: 0.63%
Native American: 0.25%
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander: 0.20%

https://worldpopulationreview.com/us-cities/brunswick-ga-population

If you look at the county it breaks down this way.

The racial makeup of the county was 70.66% White or Caucasian, 26.45% Black or African American, 0.26% Native American, 0.60% Asian, 0.05% Pacific Islander, 0.88% from other races, and 1.09% from two or more races. 2.99% of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race.

That would have placed three to four black jurors based on "a jury of your piers". But that's not the way assigning jurors works. Each side can find reasons to excuse jurors they think would not favor their side. It's a game that's played between prosecutors and defense attorneys in every criminal trial.

If anyone thinks that race doesn't pay a part in the outcome of some criminal trials and sentencing they are pretty much blind. There's no one size fits all. It certainly doesn't play a part in all cases. It's also fools gold to say it doesn't play a part in any cases.

In this case it doesn't appear to have. The jury appears to have reached a logical conclusion based on the evidence allowed to be presented to them in the court room. That's the only control any and every jury has.


We need to view this as a major victory for "equal justice under the law". If you think about it, it should not matter what the racial composition of the jury was. You have to get 12 people to agree beyond a reasonable doubt that a crime was committed. I expect nothing more and nothing less from fair minded people that have the ability to change another persons life.

I disdain discussions like this, I don't want a staked or shaded deck. In this case it was pretty obvious to anyone, chasing down another person using trucks with guns drawn for 5 minutes and cornering them into a fight, then claiming self defense is not right.

Yes it is a simplistic view, that has been violated many times. But maybe the peers are not as biased as historically assumed.


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I will also say that I have reservation as to how the outcome is portrayed during the trial and after the trial. If you look at media tonight, you get only black commentators making observations, and that is not right either.

We have a long way to go.


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Are civics even taught as a mandatory credit any longer?


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I've tried to catch up online, but there's so much info out there it's hard to sift through...

can someone give me a brief explanation of what the former prosecutor did and if there are others that are being charged with obstruction? It looks like she was contacted by the father who was a former employee and then she directed police to not arrest anyone right away?


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Justice is served; the system works a lot better when you let the facts do the talking instead of trying to interject your own opinions about what a person's mindset or intentions were.

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Yet Ahmad wasn't wearing socks and he had long toe nails that were dirty. Are those the kind of facts you're talking about?

You seem to think showing things someone actually said and did as evidence are "opinions".


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Originally Posted by WooferDawg
If you think about it, it should not matter what the racial composition of the jury was.

I suppose you're right if you do not believe that "a jury of your peers", which is what a jury is supposed to be comprised of, makes any difference. One would think "a jury of your peers" would be reflective of the community you live in or the trial is being conducted in.

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I expect nothing more and nothing less from fair minded people that have the ability to change another persons life.

Sometimes what we expect and what we get are two different things. Luckily that wasn't the case here.

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I disdain discussions like this, I don't want a staked or shaded deck.

I don't either. Which is exactly why I think a jury should be reflective of the demographics within a community. That isn't stacked. In this case the shade was much lighter than the community.

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Yes it is a simplistic view, that has been violated many times. But maybe the peers are not as biased as historically assumed.

I think it has been shown to be a mixed bag. There are certainly cases like this one however this isn't a one size fits all situation.


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One of the men actually worked for her as an investigator and she's facing charges. Charges weren't even filed until two months after the video of the murder was released. It's pretty sad and even though the jury got it right, it shows that there were huge obstacles blocking the way in making that ever happen.


Former Georgia district attorney booked on charges of obstructing Ahmaud Arbery case

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/jackie-johnson-ahmaud-arbery-prosecutor-charged-obstruction/

Woofer said above that he expected fair minded people to compose a jury. I would like to think he would expect that same standard from prosecutors. But as we can see that's not always the way things work out. It's hard to say if anything would have ever been done if the "far left liberal media" and Arbery's mom hadn't been so relentless.


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Thank God for the video. Without… well, my guess is a different verdict.


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Or quite possibly there would never have been a trial at all.


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Or quite possibly there would never have been a trial at all.


I agree... from the sound of things and my understanding of the timeline, I'm not so sure a trial would have come about if the video hadn't been leaked... the irony is if the one defendant hadn't shot the video they may have never been prosecuted... which is sad...

I 100% agree with you that I expect better from our prosecutors (referring to the original prosecutor)


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For what it is worth, I think the first prosecutor is not feeling comfortable about the verdict.

It has all the signs that it was being covered up. Arbery’s mom spoke up and did not go away.

But it was not until the video was leaked that there were arrests. It took a leaked video made all the difference, and that is not right.


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I don't know about all the bluster being discussed. The fact is the 3 were held accountable and at least 2 face life and one a very long time in prison. I also don't see riots in the streets of Brunswick, Ga.

The biggest issue to debate is was Brunswick stew first made in Brunswick, Ga, or Brunswick county Va.?

I say Georgia. If you have never had any, by all means order up a bowl if you have a spot that serves it. Around here it is more of a seasonal dish that should be simmering in a few pots about this time of year.


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Actually it took until two months after the video was released for the men to be arrested.


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