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Federal Judge Upholds Hate Crime Convictions Against the 3 Men Responsible for the Murder of Ahmaud Arbery

A Federal choose has confirmed the convictions for federal hate crimes in opposition to the three males convicted in Ahmaud Arbery’s homicide.

On Thursday, a choose informed Gregory McMichael, Travis McMichael, and William “Roddy” Bryan that there was “more than adequate evidence” to convict them of killing Ahmaud in 2020 regardless of their efforts to have the jury’s responsible determination overturned.

In accordance with the choose, the defendants’ social media posts that negatively in contrast Black individuals to white individuals, on the whole, led to their convictions on federal costs for the killing and kidnapping of Arbery.

The choose additionally talked about that Gregory McMichael had derogatory remarks in opposition to a Black tenant and said, “all these blacks are nothing but trouble; I wish they would all die.”

The federal case in opposition to all three males continues to be pending.

Of their state circumstances, the McMichaels obtained life sentences with out parole, and Bryan obtained a life sentence with parole eligibility.


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