Ahmaud Arbery – 7 Facts Not To Be Considered

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Ahmaud Arbery Case: Seven Facts the Jury Will (Probably) Never Hear


    • Recall that Arbery charged Travis McMichael after Travis and his father Greg McMichael had stopped their pickup truck in the street some distance from Arbery, with Travis standing outside the tr uck’s driver’s side door.  The event was being filmed by neighbor William “Roddy” Bryan on his phone, as he followed some further distance behind in his own vehicle.  The reason for the pursuit of Arbery was the belief that Arbery might have just committed a felony burglary of a local home under construction located at 220 Satilla Drive.
    • 1. Arbery Was a Convicted Thief
    • 2. Arbery Was Convicted Felon, Sentenced to 5 Years for Unlawful Gun Possession at a School
    • 3. Arbery Was On Felony Probation on the Date He Died
    • 4. Arbery Was High When He Charged Travis McMichael and Fought for Shotgun
    • 5. Arbery Was Literally “Off His Meds” When He Charged Travis McMichael
    • 6. Arbery Frequently Used “Jogging” As a Cover To Facilitate/Excuse Theft Activities
    • 7. Arbery Had Repeatedly Cased the 220 Satilla Drive Property For Weeks Prior to His Death

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5 thoughts on “Ahmaud Arbery – 7 Facts Not To Be Considered”

  1. The Brunswick Three—Monstrous Miscarriage Of Justice Shows “Civil Rights” Now Just Means Anti-White Spite, by John Derbyshire – The Unz Review


    Their intentions in confronting Arbery were plain: to defend their neighborhood against a likely thief who, whether or not they knew it, did have a criminal record.
    Travis McMichael shot Arbery in plain self-defense when Arbery was trying to wrestle away his gun. Gregory McMichael didn’t shoot anybody—he was trying to call the police. Roddie Bryan wasn’t even armed.
    the opinion of the D.A. who first investigated the case. His carefully-argued conclusion was that “there is insufficient probable cause to issue arrest warrants at this time.”
    Two life sentences apiece? We don’t treat hardened criminals this way,

  2. Massad Ayoob – Don’t be the Aggressor. The Ahmaud Arbery Case – Critical Mas episode 26 Premiered May 25, 2022

    Massad Ayoob has years of experience in the courtroom as an expert witness. He offers his unique perspective into the Ahmaud Arbery case in Georgia. Travis McMichael, Gregory McMichael and William “Roddie” Bryan had extremely problematic issues with how they handled the situation that day. Massad warns gun owners not to be the initial aggressor. Mas says “The totality of the circumstances, motive and rational, all those things come together and have to for those who carry firearms”
    Copied on 2022-09-04 from:

  3. “During Greg’s career in law enforcement, he never had any complaints from citizens,” Leigh noted. “He treated all people with respect and dignity. An officer Greg trained told me that the first thing that Greg taught him was to respect all and treat people as you would want to be treated, including the angry criminals.”
    Copied on 2023-06-24 from Leigh McMichael Speaks Out on Travesty of Justice – The Realist Report

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