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Travis & Greg McMichael Sentenced to Life in Prison Without Parole for Murder of Ahmaud Arbery, William “Roddie” Bryan Gets Life w/ Possibility of Parole
Travis McMichael, Gregory McMichael and William "Roddy" Bryan Jr.—the three white men who killed Ahmaud Arbery—will spend the rest of their lives in prison, with two of them having absolutely ZERO chance of being granted parole.
Travis McMichael Stood Over Ahmaud Arbery & Called Him a “F**king N***er” After Shooting & Killing Him
During a court hearing for Travis McMichael, Gregory McMichael and William "Roddie" Bryan Jr., a detective with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation testified that Bryan said he heard Travis call Arbery the n-word after shooting and killing him.
50-year-old William "Roddie" Bryan Jr., the man who filmed the deadly shooting of Ahmaud Arbery has been arrested by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, the agency announced in a news release.
Sister of Ahmaud Arbery’s Killer Posted Graphic Photo of Arbery’s Dead Body on Snapchat Because She’s a “Huge Fan of True Crime”
The sister of the man charged with hunting down and fatally shooting Ahmaud Arbery admitted to posting photos of Arbery's body on social media after the killing because she's a fan of "true-crime," a new report says.
It Was All A Lie: String of Burglaries Gregory & Travis McMichael Said Was the Reason for Stalking & Murdering Ahmaud Arbery Never Happened
A police lieutenant told CNN that there was just ONE burglary incident—not several, as the McMichaels said—reported in the Brunswick, Georgia, and that was on January 1st, nearly two months before the shooting.
Video footage showing the fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery—the unarmed 25-year-old black man who was chased down by two white men while jogging in Brunswick, Georgia—has surfaced, prompting a call for the grand jury to review the case.
No Charges for White Father & Son Who Chased Down & Fatally Shot Black Man Jogging in South Georgia Neighborhood
Two white men—a father and son—chased down and fatally shot Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old black man running through a Georgia neighborhood. However, a prosecutor said the pursuers shouldn't face any charges because the state's citizen's arrest law says they were justified.