Judge Who Sentenced Ahmaud Arbery Killers Made Courtroom Sit In Silence For 1 Minute To Show How Long Men Chased Him

Judge Who Sentenced Ahmaud Arbery Killers Made Courtroom Sit In Silence For 1 Minute To Show How Long Men Chased Him


Judge Timothy Walmsley, who sentenced the three men convicted of killing Ahmaud Arbery, made the courtroom sit in silence for one minute to put “into context” how long the men chased Arbery before ultimately killing him.

Insider reported that Walmsley told the courtroom during sentencing on Friday that he would “sit quietly for one minute and that one minute represents a fraction of the time that Ahmaud Arbery was running” away from his killers.

In total, he said, Travis McMichael, Gregory McMichael, and William Bryan chased Arbery for a total of five minutes.

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As The Daily Wire reported on Friday, Walmsley “sentenced both Travis McMichael and his father Gregory McMichael to life in prison without the possibility of parole” and sentenced Bryan “to life in prison with the

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