Ahmaud Arbery suspects seek to toss Confederate flag license plate from evidence

Ahmaud Arbery suspects seek to toss Confederate flag license plate from evidence


The white men who allegedly chased down and killed jogger Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia last year have asked a judge not to allow a photo of the Confederate vanity plate on their pickup truck to be included as evidence in their upcoming trial.

Lawyers for Gregory McMichael and his adult son Travis McMichael filed a motion last week to ban images of the license plate from the trial, because they do not want a jury to think the flag to invoke “some reprehensible motive, bias or prejudice.”

Prosecutors fired back with their own motion a day later, writing “the jury may interpret that evidence in any way they deem appropriate, and the State may make reasonable inferences.”

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The McMicheals and William Bryan are charged with murder,

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