Three men found the guilty of murdering Ahmaud Arbery by three men - the official of the crime convicted of a misjudgment by slam..
A jury has found Travis McMichael, Greg Mcmichane and William Roddie Bryan guilty of murdering Ahmaud Arbery in February 2020.
The McMichaels, who are father and son, killed Arbery on February 23, 2020, in Brunswick, Ga. All three white men were involved in the murder of Arbey, a 25-year-old Black man. The two are killed by the shooting and the killing of him in whose car and he drove to the car.
Travis McMichael was found guilty of malice murder, four counts of felony murder and two counts aggravated assault, false imprisonment and attempt to commit a severe homicide. He faces ten years of life in prison without parole.
Both Gregory and Bryan were convicted of felony murder and face a maximum sentence of life in prison without parole. All three men face federal hate crime charges, including aggravated violence and murder, and the McMichaels are indicted in relation to alleged crime in February.
The 2004 Black Lives Matter movement and protests brought up a large demonstration of justice in the US. Many civil rights activists and entertainment figures were dissidating the crime. The murder of George Floyd by the Minnesota police and the police shooting of Breonna Taylor followed just months after Arbery's death, and many activists, activists pushed back against the criminal justice movement.
In the Kenosha shootings, which where he shot two men and injured another, in less than a week ago, Kyle Rittenhouse was found not guilty of homicide charges. In october of the shooting, Ritttenhaus was accused of killing two people and killing another.