The three white Georgia men convicted of murdering black jogger Ahmaud Arbery will be sentenced Friday — with their only hope the possibility of parole after 30 years behind bars.
Gregory McMichael, 66, his son Travis McMichael, 35, and their neighbor William “Roddie” Bryan, 52, already know they will get automatic life sentences after being found guilty in late November of the horrific caught-on-camera 2020 slaying.
Under Georgia law, the trio could have faced the death penalty, but prosecutors already opted against it.
It means the sole option for the killers to avoid spending their lives in prison would be the possibility of parole — but only once they have served 30 years behind bars.
For Travis McMichael, who is 35, “that could