Ex-Georgia DA charged with misconduct in jogger Ahmaud Arbery’s murder

Ex-Georgia DA charged with misconduct in jogger Ahmaud Arbery’s murder


A former district attorney in Georgia was charged with trying to shield the white men who allegedly chased down and killed black jogger Ahmaud Arbery from hate crime charges last February.

Former Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney Jackie Johnson was indicted for violating her oath of office and hindering a law enforcement officer.

Johnson used to work with suspect Greg McMichael, then an investigator in her office. He called the then-DA soon after he chased down Arbery, 25, in a pickup truck while his son Travis McMichael shot the victim dead in the coastal town of Brunswick, prosecutors said.

Trending: Was Donald Trump Just Filmed Inside The White House?

“Jackie, this is Greg,” the suspect said, according to a recording of the call presented to a grand jury. “Could you call me as soon as you possibly can? My son and I have been involved in a shooting and I need some advice right away.”

The court heard that Johnson did not call him back that day,

Continue reading

You Might Like

 

Join the conversation!

Please share your thoughts about this article below. We value your opinions, and would love to see you add to the discussion!

Daily Truth Report • DailyTruthReport.com
Thanks for sharing!
Send this to a friend