Three Georgia Men Convicted In Ahmaud Arbery's Murder

A Georgia jury has convicted three white men in the murder of Ahmaud Arbery last year. The jury found Travis McMichael guilty on all 9 counts including malice murder and four counts of felony murder. McMichael fired the shots that took the life of Arbery who was jogging in February, 2020.

Travis' father, Gregory McMichael, was found guilty of felony murder and other counts while their neighbor, William 'Roddie' Bryan was convicted of three counts of felony murder aggravated assault and other charges.

All three men were taken into custody two months after Arbery's murder after Bryan's cell phone video of the incident sparked outrage from coast to coast. Each man faces life in prison.

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