Ahmaud Arbery’s alleged killer was relied upon by cops

Ahmaud Arbery’s alleged killer was relied upon by cops

As per a report, a Georgia cop encouraged the man charged with killing Ahmaud Arbery as an unofficial neighborhood watchdog. ’Your neighbor…is Greg McMichael. Greg is retired Law Enforcement and also a Retired Investigator from the DA’s office’, a Glynn County cop messaged a resident who had alerted the cop to a possible break-in in Dec 2019. Gregory and his son have been charged with murder.

John W
John W 2 weeks

First off calling him a jogger is just plain disinformation. It's been debunked. Why do they keep putting out new stories with same false information. https://youtu.be/i70R7S0Lp9c Part 1 https://youtu.be/vcB6l3r0E04 Part 2 https://youtu.be/JrfTi1RbDf0 Part 3 https://youtu.be/uYEXlpMSqoE

eddy yetty
eddy yetty 2 weeks

Jogging at night multiple times 10 miles from his home? They need to drop the pretence that he was jogging

Robert Palmer
Robert Palmer 2 weeks

Black Crime Matters. The man would be still alive today if he hadn’t gotten aggressive and tried to take a gun. He could have surrendered and waited until the police showed up.

John W
John W 2 weeks

This was about a guy trying to wrestle a shotgun away from a guy that had his hand near the trigger. It went off two times it didn't kill him, but he kept going and the third discarge hit him in the chest. That is not manslaughter, Aurbrey wanted it so bad, he ignored the first two shots. It's called a dawrin award not manslaughter.

Rocky 2 weeks

Yep. The next Micheal Brown story. I called it early. Now we are finding out that McMichael was instructed to assist in stopping the thefts in the area. Instructed the builder to call McMichael if the man shows up again. So much for the "he shouldn't have gotten in his truck to stop him" narrative since that is exactly what the police instructed McMichael and the builder to do.

Seekster 2 weeks

Regardless of what Arbery did or didn't do, these two should not have confronted him.

IvoryDove 2 weeks

Ironic, they used "alleged" with killer, but not with "vigilante". In fact, there's less evidence that he was a "vigilante" than he was a killer. A neighborhood watch is not vigilante.

Paul Jackson
Paul Jackson 2 weeks

Now that the shooter and his accomplice have finally been arrested (thanks GBI), they should be charged with 2nd degree murder or manslaughter. My opinion, you should do jail time if you engage and shoot a person that is not committing a crime. The suspects may have had good intentions, but their decision to arm themselves and detain a lawful citizen was a mistake.

Solis Nigri
Solis Nigri 2 weeks

I too love to go jogging in construction fields, it's a great passion of mine

asKaren 1 weeks

No masterpiece. You May want to look into the facts just a little more. Mr Mcmichaels senior, didn't retire. He Was banned from the force and denied a weapons permit. All Easy records to find. In 2019 it was deemed that he could no long carry firearms, wear a badge or drive a department vehicle. This because of his failure, in 2005 to take and pass the required test necessary. There is much more corruption behind this story, so please dig up the facts and share them with the public.

John W
John W 2 weeks

Father in bed of truck was on 911 call before and during contact with Aurbrey on street. https://youtu.be/iGf7JIlG3oc Here is call lined up with video. Funny thing to do if they just were trying to kill him. Starts at -5min mark. It of total 14min.

John W
John W 1 weeks

He was not allowed to carry as an officer, ie post training. He could still carry like any citizen. Kinda mute anyways because they didn't attempt arrest or tell Aubrey he was under arrest. They have open carry in Georgia. Any person who is not prohibited by law from possessing a handgun or long gun may have or carry on his or her person a weapon or long gun on his or her property or inside his or her home, motor vehicle, or place of business without a valid weapons carry license. https://www.usconcealedcarry.com/resources/ccw_reciprocity_map/ga-gun-laws/

John W
John W 1 weeks

When Aubrey brought a gun to a highschool he decided to go " jogging" when they saw it in his waistband. A Glynn County man has been indicted for allegedly bringing a handgun to Brunswick High School’s campus in December 2013 during a basketball game between the school’s crosstown rival, Glynn Academy. Ahmaud Marquez Arbery, who was 19 at the time, was indicted Jan. 28 for allegedly carrying a Big Bear .380 caliber pistol with him when attempting to make entry into the Dec. 3, 2013 basketball game. Glynn County School police said at the time that an officer noticed a gun in Arbery’s waistband, and he ran when the officer attempted to stop him. Officers put the campus in a lockdown mode during the foot chase. In the course of the chase, one school resource officer fell and fractured his hand. https://thebrunswicknews.com/news/local_news/fastnews-feb/article_a68340a9-87de-5397-947d-ab5a35662fba.html

.Tet. 1 weeks

This story title is slightly misleading but for the life of me idk how I could reword it.

Richard Bond
Richard Bond 1 weeks

This Man is a Hero and a first responder.

Kevin McAlpin
Kevin McAlpin 2 weeks

this is tragic, and both should be given LWOP. camera dude should be questioned, but nothing further than that.

Andre Junior
Andre Junior 2 weeks

Unless he committed a felony, they had no right to make a citizens arrest. I wouldn't charge at a man and try to take his shotgun.

Slotherella 2 weeks

They should have just been charged with manslaughter if indeed it was murder, I’m busy right now and can’t read the article.

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