Three white men found guilty by a jury of murder to the African American Ahmaud Arbery while practicing sports in the town of Brunswick (Georgia, USA), they were sentenced this Friday to life imprisonment.
Georgia Superior Court Judge Timothy Walmsley read the sentence for Gregory and Travis McMichael, who are father and son, and their neighbor William “Roddie” Bryan. The McMichaels will not have the option of granting parole, while Bryan will.
Arbery, 25, passed away on February 23, 2020 while exercising in Satilla Shores, a mostly white area in Brunswick, Georgia. after being chased by the McMichaels with their firearmsor, joined by Bryan, who videotaped how Travis shot the young man killing him.