Joe Biden: Guilty Verdicts in Ahmaud Arbery Case 'Not Enough' in Fight for Racial Justice

Joe Biden: Guilty Verdicts in Ahmaud Arbery Case 'Not Enough' in Fight for Racial Justice


President Joe Biden acknowledged the guilty verdicts for the defendants in the Ahmaud Arbery case but said it was “not enough” to ensure racial justice in the United States.

While the guilty verdicts reflect our justice system doing its job, that alone is not enough,” Biden wrote in a statement after the verdict was announced.

Arbery, a 25-year-old black man, was shot and killed in Georgia while jogging by Travis McMichael, who pursued Arbery, believing he was a burglar. McMichael’s father was also charged and found guilty for joining his son by pursuing Arbery as well as a neighbor, William Bryan.

All three defendants in the trial for Arbery’s case were found guilty, despite questions from some media outlets and activists that

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