The painful truth about Ahmaud Arberry

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So let's see.

The killers didn't see a crime take place

In fact no crime took place

Two truckloads of vigilantes chased Arberry and he was struck twice by their vehicles

They finally cut him off and killed him

The killer stood over the dying man and said "Fucking N****r"

Oh and the father is a former cop who was fired because he failed to attend mandatory Use of Force training
Do you think Arberry would have been shot, if he had not attacked a man holding a gun?

If not.... the end.
So your advice is when faced with an armed criminal comply and hope for the best. Isn’t that what we did on 9-11? Well except for Flight 93.
Whenever you go poking around in someone else's home you can expect to be confronted and if you're confronted you should never flee and then commit an act of violence in an attempt to elude identification or detention

When a couple armed men who have every right in the world to confront you do so don't flee from them and then attacked them when you get tired of running away

arberry was the criminal the McMichaels were simply citizens trying to protect their neighborhood do both happen to have professional career experience in law enforcement

Certainly is difficult to defend these ridiculous BLM narratives isn't it?
 

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So let's see.

The killers didn't see a crime take place

In fact no crime took place

Two truckloads of vigilantes chased Arberry and he was struck twice by their vehicles

They finally cut him off and killed him

The killer stood over the dying man and said "Fucking N****r"

Oh and the father is a former cop who was fired because he failed to attend mandatory Use of Force training
Do you think Arberry would have been shot, if he had not attacked a man holding a gun?

If not.... the end.
We'll never know. And why should Arbery have taken that chance?
Probably because he committed a criminal act that instigated the entire scenario

if you commit a crime the gives people Reasonable Suspicion to believe you committed a more serious crime you should expect them to confront you

trying to punch them in the throat is the wrong thing to do
Nope. They would have had to either witnessed, or at least had immediate knowledge that Arbery committed a felony. They had neither witnessed, nor had immediate knowledge Arbery committed a felony for two reasons ... one, they did not see Arbery coming out of the construction site nor did they have immediate knowledge he was just in there; and two, Arbery did not commit a felony.

Your attempts to save those hillbillies from the fate which awaits them continues to fail you.
 
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Trouble for you social justice fantasy Warriors is the fact that the McMichaels were sitting still having given up their Pursuit when they were closed on confronted and subsequently attacked
When you say “ the McMichaels were sitting still having given up their Pursuit” once again you display your ignorance on the matter. if the two men in the white truck gave up their pursuit they would not be yelling stop stop stop backed up with lethal weapons in hand.

But that’s not all that exposes your “sitting still” lie. The third suspected felon on the pursuit team was pursuing AA up to the moment when TM shot him in the lower chest.
The McMichaels were standing still

no longer in Pursuit

what part of that don't you understand?
You're lying again.

Again, Travis got out of the truck and went to the other lane. Then went back to his lane. While Travis was doing that, Bryan was pursuing Arbery from behind. Again, that's the opposite of standing still.

If truth and reality were on your side, you wouldn't have to lie like that.

And if the McMichael's defense is the same as yours, they are royally fucked.
So if Travis McMichael moved his feet he was no longer standing his ground yet tarberry can jog a country mile directly at someone and start punching him in the face yet still be standing his ground

just because someone was following him in a car doesn't mean he was imprisoned
At least you finally admit they weren't "standing still."
Yes I completely concede the fact that neither McMichael was standing still

Travis walked from the driver side door to the front of the vehicle where he was attacked by MAUD and Gramps was in the bed of the pickup on the phone with 911 and then frantically trying to draw his pistol as The Reckless criminal attacked his son in front of him
Arbery was standing his ground and had every right to attempt to disarm Travis.
pretty interesting trick to stand your ground while running

lol
I see you still don't understand what a stand your ground defense means. That's on you. And your ignorance doesn't do anything to help the McMichaels or Bryan.
Stand your ground means you have no duty to retreat and helps determine who was the aggressor because you can't Advance on someone and assault them when you're maintaining your position

the take-home message is that Maude was not simply jogging toward two men who happened to be chasing him after he committed a crime
 

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So let's see.

The killers didn't see a crime take place

In fact no crime took place

Two truckloads of vigilantes chased Arberry and he was struck twice by their vehicles

They finally cut him off and killed him

The killer stood over the dying man and said "Fucking N****r"

Oh and the father is a former cop who was fired because he failed to attend mandatory Use of Force training
Do you think Arberry would have been shot, if he had not attacked a man holding a gun?

If not.... the end.
So your advice is when faced with an armed criminal comply and hope for the best. Isn’t that what we did on 9-11? Well except for Flight 93.
So if I ask to talk to you for a moment, you would assume I'm a criminal?
If that's all you did, prolly not. If you chased a person down in 2 vehicles for over 4 minutes, striking them with one of the vehicles, making every effort possible to keep that person from leaving your neighborhood, and when all else fails, attempt to block their path by blocking one of two lanes with a guy standing in the bed of a pickup truck and the other lane blocked with another guy armed with a shotgun, while a third guy was pursuing them from behind, it would be a reasonable fear of imminent death or great bodily harm.

Those yahoos provoked Arbery to attack them using Georgia's stand your ground defense.
nobody's struck him with a car

the forensic evidence proves that he was actually trying to get into Roddy's car committing a felony attempted carjacking

he instigated and provoked the entire incident by being the first one to commit a criminal act and the first one to commit a violent criminal act

the McMichaels were simply reacting to the criminal acts he was committing

if he simply stood is ground at explained himself he would have been talking to the police and taken off to jail for criminal trespass with the intent to commit burglary and he knew it
"nobody's struck him with a car"

You're lying again...


If truth and reality were on your side, you wouldn't have to lie like that.
 
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So let's see.

The killers didn't see a crime take place

In fact no crime took place

Two truckloads of vigilantes chased Arberry and he was struck twice by their vehicles

They finally cut him off and killed him

The killer stood over the dying man and said "Fucking N****r"

Oh and the father is a former cop who was fired because he failed to attend mandatory Use of Force training
Do you think Arberry would have been shot, if he had not attacked a man holding a gun?

If not.... the end.
We'll never know. And why should Arbery have taken that chance?
Probably because he committed a criminal act that instigated the entire scenario

if you commit a crime the gives people Reasonable Suspicion to believe you committed a more serious crime you should expect them to confront you

trying to punch them in the throat is the wrong thing to do
Nope. They would have had to either witnessed, or at least had immediate knowledge that Arbery committed a felony. They had neither witnessed, nor had immediate knowledge Arbery committed a felony for two reasons ... one, they did not see Arbery coming out of the construction site nor did they have immediate knowledge he was just in there; and two, Arbery did not commit a felony.

Your attempts to save those hillbillies from the fate which awaits them continues to fail you.
of course they had immediate knowledge that he committed a felony

They literally knew that he was wanted for Criminal Trespass with the intention to commit burglary by Larry English

larry was asking them to catch or at least identify the criminal via the Satilla Shores Facebook page

he was also asking other neighbors like that guy named Diego who ran over to his house with his 911 pistol trying to catch maude in the act on the same night Travis and countered him sneaking around the property

You're ridiculous interpretation of the law means if I saw a man running away from a woman's unconscious body clutching a purse I couldn't do a thing because I didn't witness him actually commit the felony

The vast majority of arrests are commissioned on Reasonable Suspicion and it has been a tenant of English common law since time immemorial

You can pray hope and dream for some kind of fine print caveat but the McMichaels had immediate first-hand knowledge that this kid was wanted for felony trespass because in the state of Georgia simply entering a home that you have no permission or business to be in is a felony charge
 
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So let's see.

The killers didn't see a crime take place

In fact no crime took place

Two truckloads of vigilantes chased Arberry and he was struck twice by their vehicles

They finally cut him off and killed him

The killer stood over the dying man and said "Fucking N****r"

Oh and the father is a former cop who was fired because he failed to attend mandatory Use of Force training
Do you think Arberry would have been shot, if he had not attacked a man holding a gun?

If not.... the end.
So your advice is when faced with an armed criminal comply and hope for the best. Isn’t that what we did on 9-11? Well except for Flight 93.
So if I ask to talk to you for a moment, you would assume I'm a criminal?
If you are holding a shotgun and shouting stop. Yes.
 
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So let's see.

The killers didn't see a crime take place

In fact no crime took place

Two truckloads of vigilantes chased Arberry and he was struck twice by their vehicles

They finally cut him off and killed him

The killer stood over the dying man and said "Fucking N****r"

Oh and the father is a former cop who was fired because he failed to attend mandatory Use of Force training
Do you think Arberry would have been shot, if he had not attacked a man holding a gun?

If not.... the end.
So your advice is when faced with an armed criminal comply and hope for the best. Isn’t that what we did on 9-11? Well except for Flight 93.
So if I ask to talk to you for a moment, you would assume I'm a criminal?
If that's all you did, prolly not. If you chased a person down in 2 vehicles for over 4 minutes, striking them with one of the vehicles, making every effort possible to keep that person from leaving your neighborhood, and when all else fails, attempt to block their path by blocking one of two lanes with a guy standing in the bed of a pickup truck and the other lane blocked with another guy armed with a shotgun, while a third guy was pursuing them from behind, it would be a reasonable fear of imminent death or great bodily harm.

Those yahoos provoked Arbery to attack them using Georgia's stand your ground defense.
nobody's struck him with a car

the forensic evidence proves that he was actually trying to get into Roddy's car committing a felony attempted carjacking

he instigated and provoked the entire incident by being the first one to commit a criminal act and the first one to commit a violent criminal act

the McMichaels were simply reacting to the criminal acts he was committing

if he simply stood is ground at explained himself he would have been talking to the police and taken off to jail for criminal trespass with the intent to commit burglary and he knew it
"nobody's struck him with a car"

You're lying again...


If truth and reality were on your side, you wouldn't have to lie like that.
T-shirt fibers were found along the middle of the truck bed

how did he get struck by a car in the middle of the truck bed?

was Roddy doing the Tokyo Drift?

LOL

sure is difficult to defend all this ridiculous BLM propaganda isn't it?
 
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So let's see.

The killers didn't see a crime take place

In fact no crime took place

Two truckloads of vigilantes chased Arberry and he was struck twice by their vehicles

They finally cut him off and killed him

The killer stood over the dying man and said "Fucking N****r"

Oh and the father is a former cop who was fired because he failed to attend mandatory Use of Force training
Do you think Arberry would have been shot, if he had not attacked a man holding a gun?

If not.... the end.
So your advice is when faced with an armed criminal comply and hope for the best. Isn’t that what we did on 9-11? Well except for Flight 93.
So if I ask to talk to you for a moment, you would assume I'm a criminal?
If you are holding a shotgun and shouting stop. Yes.
so if I am hunting and I accidentally stray onto a farmer's property then he confronts me while holding a shotgun in the low ready position it's legal for me to kill him?

NOPE
 

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So let's see.

The killers didn't see a crime take place

In fact no crime took place

Two truckloads of vigilantes chased Arberry and he was struck twice by their vehicles

They finally cut him off and killed him

The killer stood over the dying man and said "Fucking N****r"

Oh and the father is a former cop who was fired because he failed to attend mandatory Use of Force training
Do you think Arberry would have been shot, if he had not attacked a man holding a gun?

If not.... the end.
So your advice is when faced with an armed criminal comply and hope for the best. Isn’t that what we did on 9-11? Well except for Flight 93.
Whenever you go poking around in someone else's home you can expect to be confronted and if you're confronted you should never flee and then commit an act of violence in an attempt to elude identification or detention

When a couple armed men who have every right in the world to confront you do so don't flee from them and then attacked them when you get tired of running away

arberry was the criminal the McMichaels were simply citizens trying to protect their neighborhood do both happen to have professional career experience in law enforcement

Certainly is difficult to defend these ridiculous BLM narratives isn't it?
Trespassing is very specific in Georgia. And the McMichaels had no authority to detain anyone for it at anyone else’s house. Covered that many times. Remember Winn Dixie?
 
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So let's see.

The killers didn't see a crime take place

In fact no crime took place

Two truckloads of vigilantes chased Arberry and he was struck twice by their vehicles

They finally cut him off and killed him

The killer stood over the dying man and said "Fucking N****r"

Oh and the father is a former cop who was fired because he failed to attend mandatory Use of Force training
Do you think Arberry would have been shot, if he had not attacked a man holding a gun?

If not.... the end.
So your advice is when faced with an armed criminal comply and hope for the best. Isn’t that what we did on 9-11? Well except for Flight 93.
Whenever you go poking around in someone else's home you can expect to be confronted and if you're confronted you should never flee and then commit an act of violence in an attempt to elude identification or detention

When a couple armed men who have every right in the world to confront you do so don't flee from them and then attacked them when you get tired of running away

arberry was the criminal the McMichaels were simply citizens trying to protect their neighborhood do both happen to have professional career experience in law enforcement

Certainly is difficult to defend these ridiculous BLM narratives isn't it?
Trespassing is very specific in Georgia. And the McMichaels had no authority to detain anyone for it at anyone else’s house. Covered that many times. Remember Winn Dixie?
Trouble is they never detained him

they never even touched him

in fact all they did was follow him and speak to him then he eluded them and they stood their ground in the middle of the street while he ran up and attacked them in a surprise Ambush maneuver
 

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So let's see.

The killers didn't see a crime take place

In fact no crime took place

Two truckloads of vigilantes chased Arberry and he was struck twice by their vehicles

They finally cut him off and killed him

The killer stood over the dying man and said "Fucking N****r"

Oh and the father is a former cop who was fired because he failed to attend mandatory Use of Force training
Do you think Arberry would have been shot, if he had not attacked a man holding a gun?

If not.... the end.
We'll never know. And why should Arbery have taken that chance?
Probably because he committed a criminal act that instigated the entire scenario

if you commit a crime the gives people Reasonable Suspicion to believe you committed a more serious crime you should expect them to confront you

trying to punch them in the throat is the wrong thing to do
Nope. They would have had to either witnessed, or at least had immediate knowledge that Arbery committed a felony. They had neither witnessed, nor had immediate knowledge Arbery committed a felony for two reasons ... one, they did not see Arbery coming out of the construction site nor did they have immediate knowledge he was just in there; and two, Arbery did not commit a felony.

Your attempts to save those hillbillies from the fate which awaits them continues to fail you.
of course they had immediate knowledge that he committed a felony

They literally knew that he was wanted for Criminal Trespass with the intention to commit burglary by Larry English

larry was asking them to catch or at least identify the criminal via the Satilla Shores Facebook page

he was also asking other neighbors like that guy named Diego who ran over to his house with his 911 pistol trying to catch maude in the act on the same night Travis and countered him sneaking around the property

You're ridiculous interpretation of the law means if I saw a man running away from a woman's unconscious body clutching a purse I couldn't do a thing because I didn't witness him actually commit the felony

The vast majority of arrests are commissioned on Reasonable Suspicion and it has been a tenant of English common law since time immemorial

You can pray hope and dream for some kind of fine print caveat but the McMichaels had immediate first-hand knowledge that this kid was wanted for felony trespass because in the state of Georgia simply entering a home that you have no permission or business to be in is a felony charge
"of course they had immediate knowledge that he committed a felony"

You're lying again.


Arbery did not commit a felony so they could not have had any such immediate knowledge. He was trespassing which is a misdemeanor in Georgia.

If truth and reality were on your side, you wouldn't have to lie like that.
 

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So let's see.

The killers didn't see a crime take place

In fact no crime took place

Two truckloads of vigilantes chased Arberry and he was struck twice by their vehicles

They finally cut him off and killed him

The killer stood over the dying man and said "Fucking N****r"

Oh and the father is a former cop who was fired because he failed to attend mandatory Use of Force training
Do you think Arberry would have been shot, if he had not attacked a man holding a gun?

If not.... the end.
I think they lynched him and I think you are blaming that lynching on the victim
Well I saw the video. So I can see that he attacked the guy with the gun.

Generally speaking, lynchings do not involve the person being lynched, first starting off by attacking other people.

And yes, if you are dumb enough to attack me when I have a gun, I will shoot you. That's not a lynching.
And if you shoot someone who is trying to defend themselves because you first threatened them, you too will face murder charges.

Agreed. I watched the video. He didn't threaten him.

Thanks for stopping by.
 

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So let's see.

The killers didn't see a crime take place

In fact no crime took place

Two truckloads of vigilantes chased Arberry and he was struck twice by their vehicles

They finally cut him off and killed him

The killer stood over the dying man and said "Fucking N****r"

Oh and the father is a former cop who was fired because he failed to attend mandatory Use of Force training
Do you think Arberry would have been shot, if he had not attacked a man holding a gun?

If not.... the end.
So your advice is when faced with an armed criminal comply and hope for the best. Isn’t that what we did on 9-11? Well except for Flight 93.
So if I ask to talk to you for a moment, you would assume I'm a criminal?
If that's all you did, prolly not. If you chased a person down in 2 vehicles for over 4 minutes, striking them with one of the vehicles, making every effort possible to keep that person from leaving your neighborhood, and when all else fails, attempt to block their path by blocking one of two lanes with a guy standing in the bed of a pickup truck and the other lane blocked with another guy armed with a shotgun, while a third guy was pursuing them from behind, it would be a reasonable fear of imminent death or great bodily harm.

Those yahoos provoked Arbery to attack them using Georgia's stand your ground defense.
nobody's struck him with a car

the forensic evidence proves that he was actually trying to get into Roddy's car committing a felony attempted carjacking

he instigated and provoked the entire incident by being the first one to commit a criminal act and the first one to commit a violent criminal act

the McMichaels were simply reacting to the criminal acts he was committing

if he simply stood is ground at explained himself he would have been talking to the police and taken off to jail for criminal trespass with the intent to commit burglary and he knew it
"nobody's struck him with a car"

You're lying again...


If truth and reality were on your side, you wouldn't have to lie like that.
T-shirt fibers were found along the middle of the truck bed

how did he get struck by a car in the middle of the truck bed?

was Roddy doing the Tokyo Drift?

LOL

sure is difficult to defend all this ridiculous BLM propaganda isn't it?
He got struck when Bryan tried to cut off Arbery's escape from them.
 

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So let's see.

The killers didn't see a crime take place

In fact no crime took place

Two truckloads of vigilantes chased Arberry and he was struck twice by their vehicles

They finally cut him off and killed him

The killer stood over the dying man and said "Fucking N****r"

Oh and the father is a former cop who was fired because he failed to attend mandatory Use of Force training
Do you think Arberry would have been shot, if he had not attacked a man holding a gun?

If not.... the end.
I think they lynched him and I think you are blaming that lynching on the victim
Well I saw the video. So I can see that he attacked the guy with the gun.

Generally speaking, lynchings do not involve the person being lynched, first starting off by attacking other people.

And yes, if you are dumb enough to attack me when I have a gun, I will shoot you. That's not a lynching.
And if you shoot someone who is trying to defend themselves because you first threatened them, you too will face murder charges.

Agreed. I watched the video. He didn't threaten him.

Thanks for stopping by.
Pulling a gun on him is aggravated assault in Georgia and was a threat. Especially considering their actions of trying to stop Arbery for over 4 minutes. They were literally trying to box him in with one vehicle pursuing him from behind and two men blocking the two lanes ahead of him.
 

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And sorry, idiot, the video played clearly shows aa run around the truck and grabs the gun.
Not before the first shot. The first shot goes off when both men are not in view the camera. Tha makes you a liar.

Yes the video shows AA grabbing the gun but that is AFTER being shot once in the chest.

Only a racist would expect a black man not to fight back in self defense after being shot at very close range by a white moron with a gun trying to abduct him.
You wish I was a liar.

I've watched several videos of this incident.....

Including one that clear shows AA running and grabbing the gun.

I judge people by my standard....if you have armed guys blocking your path-----you don't run toward them to see if they will shoot you. You stop going toward them, usually go a different direction or in this cause, knowing that the cops have been called on your habitual criminal ass, you wait for the cops to arrive---ONLY CRIMINALS would chose to attacked the armed me instead of awaiting cops which tells me what AA was actually doing there.

Attacking those trying to stop him from committing crimes, was AA standard operation.
 

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How do you know conclusively that there was no "struggle" for the gun before the first shot was fired?
The shadows, half a second, AA’s first wound to the chest, plus agent Dial’s testimony prove conclusively there was no struggle for the gun before the first shot.

The SHADOWS (assumed truck is facing west):
#1 We last see AA’s back as he comes around the front of the v truck - his direction is approximately south west.
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#2 we see a long extended object between the upper body shadows of the two men. That has to be a fully raised barrel of the shotgun pointed in the vicinity of AA’s upper body.. We know it is a fact that TM had possession of the shotgun when this frame is frozen and it’s the only long object that either man possessed
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# 3 is an image between image #1 and 2. This proves TM was on an attack maneuver because he deliberately put himself in a blocking position to be set in preparation for AA coming towards him around the passenger side of the truck. It makes no sense to deliberately get that close to making physical contact wth AA, with the shotgun pointed at the ground.
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HALF A SECOND is too little time for there to be a struggle for the gun. The time from frame #1 to #2 is as long as it takes to say ‘ONE THOUS.......” when you are counting off the seconds.And the first shot is fired .

AA’s first wound is consistent with the shadow evidence that the gun was already aimed at AA as he came around the front of the truck.

Agent Dial’s testimony sums it all up. The struggle comes AFTER the first shot was fired.

Ahmaud Artery Trial Transcript: June 4 Preliminary Hearings - Rev

Richard Dial: (52:29) After the first shot, again, you see a struggle between Travis McMichael and Mr. Arbery


Add to all of that TM told police that he shot AA when AA “squared up” as if to attack.,


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Under questioning by Jason Sheffield, an attorney for Travis McMichael, Dial said Travis told police he raised his shotgun at Arbery from roughly 90 feet (27 meters) away and told him to stop and get on the ground.
That’s when Arbery ran around the passenger side of Travis’ truck, and the two men met in front of it.
Dial said Travis told police Arbery “squared up” like he was going to attack.
He said Travis then fired the first shot into Arbery’s chest.”
IF THERE WAS A CLOSE CONTACT STRUGGLE DURING THAT ONE SECOND WHEN BOTH MEN CAN ONLY BE SEEN AS SHADOWS ON THE PAVEMENT THERE WOUID NOT BE TWO DISTINCT AND SEPARATED UPPER BODY SHADOWS MOVING IN A SOUTHWEST DIRECTION SEEN ON THE VIDEO RECORDING AS THE FIRST SHOT WAS FIRED.
You can clearly see the muzzle blast of the shotgun in the upper right-hand portion of this video proving it was fired from a low position upward

The shotgun was not shouldered and aimed properly or the blast would have been lateral or downward.... this blast came at a 45 degree upward proving it wasn't an aimed shot

By simply walking to the front of the engine block Travis McMichael "cut the pie" on Maude and Maude got mad and rushed Travis

The threat of imminent attack is plenty of reason to pull the trigger, you don't actually need to have your hand on the gun or be in contact with someone for them to defend themselves

The autopsy and the video combined prove that Maude was trying to forcibly remove the firearm when he was shot

you're only allowed to use violence and in a self-defense situation when you have no means of Escape and Maude had plenty of opportunity to escape... you're not allowed to attack someone just because you're scared of them, they have to actually have threatened you with great bodily harm and there's absolutely no evidence that the McMichaels threatened arberry in a criminal way

had they drove up in a truck and gunned him down as he was running away as the media tried so desperately to suggest the forensic evidence would prove that he was shot in the back or the side or had defensive wounds on his hands

the wounds on his hands were indicative that he was trying to grab the gun not trying to protect himself, it's very simple science

not only did Travis never aim the gun at him he had a load in his gun less powerful than what was available at your local neighborhood Walmart proving he had no intention to go murdering joggers that day but was simply forced to defend himself when a crazy person who was on probation for crimes attacked him in a desperate attempt to escape the police

maude didn't peaceably surrender because he knew he'd be going to jail when the cops arrived since he was a notorious criminal on parole caught casing out someone's house for burglary

Richard dial is literally paid to put the McMichaels away

His job is to spin all the evidence in a way that makes them look guilty to a jury

even though he's a professional liar he's still not very good at it... one can clearly see his normal demeanor crack and he becomes a babbling idiot when he tries to suggest the Travis McMichael actually pointed the shotgun directly at maude

we know from the forensic evidence witness testimony and the video this is completely false


So obviously Redbeard was crouched down the moment the first shot was fired because you can see the top of his cap through the windshield at the same level as Gump's shoulder.
You ignorant racist. When TM’s cap and AA’s shoulder are seen through the windshield at the same level it is not because TM in a crouched position.

KingGUERRILLA ‘s

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REMEMBER THiS?
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The cap and the shoulder apoear to be at the same level because in the image TM is farther from the camera than AA is at that moment. KingGUERRILLA says the first shot is fired.

SEE THE TELEPHONE POLES..

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How do you imagine a punch to the head while simultaneous grabbing the gun causing it to go off unless AA!s arms are seven feet long?
You are delusional----------you can't see what you claim through the window fool.
 
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So let's see.

The killers didn't see a crime take place

In fact no crime took place

Two truckloads of vigilantes chased Arberry and he was struck twice by their vehicles

They finally cut him off and killed him

The killer stood over the dying man and said "Fucking N****r"

Oh and the father is a former cop who was fired because he failed to attend mandatory Use of Force training
Do you think Arberry would have been shot, if he had not attacked a man holding a gun?

If not.... the end.
I think they lynched him and I think you are blaming that lynching on the victim
Well I saw the video. So I can see that he attacked the guy with the gun.

Generally speaking, lynchings do not involve the person being lynched, first starting off by attacking other people.

And yes, if you are dumb enough to attack me when I have a gun, I will shoot you. That's not a lynching.
And if you shoot someone who is trying to defend themselves because you first threatened them, you too will face murder charges.

Agreed. I watched the video. He didn't threaten him.

Thanks for stopping by.
Pulling a gun on him is aggravated assault in Georgia and was a threat. Especially considering their actions of trying to stop Arbery for over 4 minutes. They were literally trying to box him in with one vehicle pursuing him from behind and two men blocking the two lanes ahead of him.
it's not illegal to pull a gun as long as you don't aim it at someone

Nobody ever at any point in the entire scenario aimed a gun at Maude

these men were both professionally trained law enforcement agents, they knew better than to do that kind of thing
 
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So let's see.

The killers didn't see a crime take place

In fact no crime took place

Two truckloads of vigilantes chased Arberry and he was struck twice by their vehicles

They finally cut him off and killed him

The killer stood over the dying man and said "Fucking N****r"

Oh and the father is a former cop who was fired because he failed to attend mandatory Use of Force training
Do you think Arberry would have been shot, if he had not attacked a man holding a gun?

If not.... the end.
So your advice is when faced with an armed criminal comply and hope for the best. Isn’t that what we did on 9-11? Well except for Flight 93.
So if I ask to talk to you for a moment, you would assume I'm a criminal?
If that's all you did, prolly not. If you chased a person down in 2 vehicles for over 4 minutes, striking them with one of the vehicles, making every effort possible to keep that person from leaving your neighborhood, and when all else fails, attempt to block their path by blocking one of two lanes with a guy standing in the bed of a pickup truck and the other lane blocked with another guy armed with a shotgun, while a third guy was pursuing them from behind, it would be a reasonable fear of imminent death or great bodily harm.

Those yahoos provoked Arbery to attack them using Georgia's stand your ground defense.
nobody's struck him with a car

the forensic evidence proves that he was actually trying to get into Roddy's car committing a felony attempted carjacking

he instigated and provoked the entire incident by being the first one to commit a criminal act and the first one to commit a violent criminal act

the McMichaels were simply reacting to the criminal acts he was committing

if he simply stood is ground at explained himself he would have been talking to the police and taken off to jail for criminal trespass with the intent to commit burglary and he knew it
"nobody's struck him with a car"

You're lying again...


If truth and reality were on your side, you wouldn't have to lie like that.
T-shirt fibers were found along the middle of the truck bed

how did he get struck by a car in the middle of the truck bed?

was Roddy doing the Tokyo Drift?

LOL

sure is difficult to defend all this ridiculous BLM propaganda isn't it?
He got struck when Bryan tried to cut off Arbery's escape from them.
Two cars cannot Block in a young athletic football player in that type of neighborhood under any circumstances known to man

maude could have literally slow to a walk and simply walked right around them

He was running like a thief trying to avoid identification because he was a thief trying to avoid identification
 
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So let's see.

The killers didn't see a crime take place

In fact no crime took place

Two truckloads of vigilantes chased Arberry and he was struck twice by their vehicles

They finally cut him off and killed him

The killer stood over the dying man and said "Fucking N****r"

Oh and the father is a former cop who was fired because he failed to attend mandatory Use of Force training
Do you think Arberry would have been shot, if he had not attacked a man holding a gun?

If not.... the end.
I think they lynched him and I think you are blaming that lynching on the victim
Well I saw the video. So I can see that he attacked the guy with the gun.

Generally speaking, lynchings do not involve the person being lynched, first starting off by attacking other people.

And yes, if you are dumb enough to attack me when I have a gun, I will shoot you. That's not a lynching.
And if you shoot someone who is trying to defend themselves because you first threatened them, you too will face murder charges.

Agreed. I watched the video. He didn't threaten him.

Thanks for stopping by.
they are desperate to concoct a scenario where someone threatened Maude with a gun

They have a tiny angle because you can't actually see everything that happened in front of that truck but it's very obvious from what happened immediately after they came into view and the angle of the first blast
 

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Pulling a gun on him is aggravated assault in Georgia and was a threat. Especially considering their actions of trying to stop Arbery for over 4 minutes. They were literally trying to box him in with one vehicle pursuing him from behind and two men blocking the two lanes ahead of him.
In fact evidence shows that they had struck him with each of the vehicles. The killer shot him not once but twice and then stood over the dying man and spat out "Fucking Ni**er"
 

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