Ahmaud Arbery was suspicious because he didn’t call for help: defense

Ahmaud Arbery was suspicious because he didn’t call for help: defense


Ahmaud Arbery seemed suspicious because he didn’t call out for help as he was being chased through a Georgia neighborhood, an attorney for one of three white men on trial for his murder said Wednesday.

William “Roddie” Bryan is accused of joining father and son Gregory and Travis McMichael as they chased down the 25-year-old black man in their Satilla Shores neighborhood in February last year.  

Bryan, who told police he tried to run Arbery off the road, filmed the younger McMichael shooting Arbery at close range with a shotgun in the middle of the street.

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The defense has argued the three white men were lawfully trying to make a citizen’s arrest because they suspected Arbery of stealing — and

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