Video shows Ahmaud Arbery Was caught breaking and entering an unfinished property, then towards McMichael‘s house

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It's not possible for the McMichaels to have known his intentions and no, only the police can lawfully stop someone utilizing force. Or a bounty hunter.
Of course it is, your son warned him days before to stay off the property, then you see him again running away with something in his hand? How many more times is Arbery going to taunt neighbors with his brazen actions? All actions have consequences.. The boys called him while on the phone with the cops and Arbery attacked a man with a shot gun. Why is that ok? Do you want this neighborhood to continue to be terrorized?
Let all things be done decent and in order.

All things here are way out of order.

That's why we have law and supposed order in this country.

All we are getting is hearsay when talk about he said she said, so at this point the law kicks in to get to the bottom of this mess. Speculation is all over the place, but that doesn't wash in a case that is as volital as this one is .
Well just take the video,, it’s shows all we need an attack on a man with a gun
Well let's see if the investigation states that as fact, otherwise to state what led up to the death of Arbery be it this or that.
To me you can charge them with being stupid but Travis had a right to protect him self.
Not sure how it will go. Without all the evidence to review, it's pure speculation outside of the court proceedings.
we see the video
Not enough. Just one part of it.
It’s enough for me. NOT GUILTY
Ok, for you.
If your the jury, based on what you saw, that’s it.. is he guilty of murder?
Who is guilty of murder ?
When you take a life while engaged in self defense it is not called murder but justifiable homicide.
Yes, in self defence, but the case has not been vetted completely, yet you draw your conclusions on what evidence there is in completion of, if it has not been completed vetted yet ?? I'm not willing to complete the analysis before the completed evidence is all in, and a review of it all is given with court verdicts issued .
Well, you are in for a long wait.
Yes, some cases are drawn out for long periods of time, and this could very well be one of those cases all due to the chaos involved in it all.
In truth it is a very simple case with good evidence available . The chaos is a result of the media attempting to confuse people and spin this case into something it is not. Right off the bat they come out with the outrageous headline of Evil white racist hunt negroes to kill......in a effort to stir up and incite the black community to get all agitated and bring political pressure to bear on the politicians in Atlanta to take control and reverse a legitimate investigation by the local authorities. George Zimmerman case all over again.

Thus the real issue or the most important issue of this case is one of corrupt politicians caving into media pressure and a dishonest media performing as usual. Covering up the truth the best they can and constantly spinning and distorting the facts of the case to try and divide America.....that is what really needs to be addressed.
Why the delay of the case for months, and a trial or hearing not set in the normal time period if it is an easy case ?
The political authorities in Atlanta fear riots may break out in this majority black city...thus they want to slow everything down and give the blacks time to cool off as they have been led astray and are agitated due to media propaganda designed to do just that.

Thus they are motivated to slow this case down as much as possible.
That's understandable, but also to get to the truth that lay within every aspect of the case in which is what most are hoping for right ?? A truth that will satisfy all curiosity, and satisfy all the true believers in law and order in every case brought. Do the right thing, and 99.9% of the people are ok with the outcomes.
Unfortunately the politicians in Atlanta who are behind this overruling of the local authorities are not interested in the truth...of that you can be damn sure. They are kowtowing to the media and the blacks....and would be perfectly willing to send innocement white men to jail to protect their careers or to enhance them....that is the said reality of these sorts of political cases......and that is what needs to be understood first....this is a political case....enabled by the media.
 
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#1 Displaying weapons in Georgia is LEGAL. Its called open carry. At least try to pretend you've read up on the law.
yes, but you cannot commit simple assault with your weapon.

It was simple assault when the three white men committed an act which placed a black man who was jogging in reasonable apprehension of immediately receiving a violent injury.” Right here is all the video evidence required to press charges for simple assault in Georgia.View attachment 340523
Simple assault becomes a felony, (aggravated assault) when a firearms are displayed when trying to stop a jogger from running his intended route.

and when the victim of aggravated assault is killed it automatically becomes murder because it occurred during a felony. The intent, motive and question of self-defense is not relevant in this case. Arbery’s visit on Private property just before he was killed is not relevant to the crimes of aggravated assault and murder during the commission of a felony.
Your narrative your desperately trying to create just doesn’t add up, WE HAVE A VIDEO OF THE ATTACK
 

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Well, maybes the McMichaels will luck out and find some goober attorney willing to represent them pro bono.

If not, they’re looking at giving away their life savings for some stupid stunt.

No sympathy here.

Someone might have been subject to False Arrest, based up a stunt by the liberal media to build up ratings, and all you can say is "tough shit"?
Good point. The poster you refer to obviously has no concern regarding the truth of this case. He just touts his personal opinion like that has any value.

Pc morons are dime a dozen on here and all they do is come on here and waste board space.
 
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Lol This guy has a clear history of being a thug we have videos of him being arrested, stealing tv’s, tell cops to F off.
Arbery wasn't even sentenced to any jail time. Wow, a "thug" that has hardly spent a day in jail.


Arbery later pleaded guilty and received first offender status, which mean no jail time and 5 years probation.
He was a mental case who took a gun to school and if he had not been spotted and apprehended who knows what he might have done or how many kids he might have killed....we see that time and again with mental cases having weapons they should not have and taking them to school and kiilling students just for the hell of it.

He got five years probation for that which he promptly violated by committing theft and should have been in jail...and if he had been he would still be alive...but according to the former D.A. he was not locked up because someone had sympathy for him due to his mental condition...and he was quite pitiful lookng.

The media post that picture of him all dressed up and touched up aka photo shop..... but look at how he really looked when he was confronted by the police....very pitiful looking and obviously a damaged individual aka someone not right in the head.
 

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It is puzzling to me why some seem to think that is not a good thing.
It has nothing to do with it being a good thing. What the do-gooders did was a felony because the black victim was not armed and was no threat to the community when three white men armed up and decided he had to be stopped and held until real police arrived.

You need learn what assault means in Georgia law.


in OCGA 16-5-20?
A person commits the offense of simple assault when he or she either: or
  1. Commits an act which places another in reasonable apprehension of immediately receiving a violent injury.
What circumstances transform simple assault into aggravated assault?

The presence of any one of the following conditions will make assault aggravated:

2. Use of deadly weapon or any object,
 
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It is puzzling to me why some seem to think that is not a good thing.
It has nothing to do with it being a good thing. What the do-gooders did was a felony because the black victim was not armed and was no threat to the community when three white men armed up and decided he had to be stopped and held until real police arrived.

You need learn what assault means in Georgia law.


in OCGA 16-5-20?
A person commits the offense of simple assault when he or she either: or
  1. Commits an act which places another in reasonable apprehension of immediately receiving a violent injury.
What circumstances transform simple assault into aggravated assault?

The presence of any one of the following conditions will make assault aggravated:

2. Use of deadly weapon or any object,
A black taking a gun to school is not threat? Constantly breaking into a dwelling is it a cause for concern? Putting your hands down your pants pretending you have a gun the night before it’s not a cause for concern? Running with a hammer is not a cause for concern?
 

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He was a mental case who took a gun to school
Doesn’t matter. He had no weapon when two white men attempted to detain him with a .357 Magnum and a shotgun. They committed a felony the day Arbery died.

Two grown men commit a felony and a young man dies because of the felony. And you want to talk about what the dead ban did five years earlier.
 
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He was a mental case who took a gun to school
Doesn’t matter. He had no weapon when two white men attempted to detain him with a .357 Magnum and a shotgun. They committed a felony the day Arbery died.

Two grown men commit a felony and a young man dies because of the felony. And you want to talk about what the dead ban did five years earlier.
They were following someone who committed a possible felony crime
 

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He was a mental case who took a gun to school
Doesn’t matter. He had no weapon when two white men attempted to detain him with a .357 Magnum and a shotgun. They committed a felony the day Arbery died.

Two grown men commit a felony and a young man dies because of the felony. And you want to talk about what the dead ban did five years earlier.

Apparently the detectives who first investigated the shooting were satisfied that Mr. Arbery attacked the 2 men and that they were justified in defending themselves. Of course, that was before the video went viral and the politicians forced the DA to file charges.

But now 12 angry men are going to see the same evidence and hear the same arguments as the first detectives saw and considered. What makes you think that they won't see a reasonable doubt about this case? What's changed as far as evidence?
 

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He was a mental case who took a gun to school
Doesn’t matter. He had no weapon when two white men attempted to detain him with a .357 Magnum and a shotgun. They committed a felony the day Arbery died.

Two grown men commit a felony and a young man dies because of the felony. And you want to talk about what the dead ban did five years earlier.
Nope....standing by your truck with a shotgun is not a felony...if so half the men in Georgia would be behind bars. Standing in the bed of your own pickup truck with a handgun is not a felony.

Try again.
 

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He was a mental case who took a gun to school
Doesn’t matter. He had no weapon when two white men attempted to detain him with a .357 Magnum and a shotgun. They committed a felony the day Arbery died.

Two grown men commit a felony and a young man dies because of the felony. And you want to talk about what the dead ban did five years earlier.

Apparently the detectives who first investigated the shooting were satisfied that Mr. Arbery attacked the 2 men and that they were justified in defending themselves. Of course, that was before the video went viral and the politicians forced the DA to file charges.

But now 12 angry men are going to see the same evidence and hear the same arguments as the first detectives saw and considered. What makes you think that they won't see a reasonable doubt about this case? What's changed as far as evidence?
Just like in the zimmerman fiasco...the state has no case. The media essentially by lying and mistating the facts of the case convinced a lot of easily duped people into thinking they do unfortunately, yet the truth will come out in the trial and the truth will prevail.

So it has been said and so it will be done.
 

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He was a mental case who took a gun to school
Doesn’t matter. He had no weapon when two white men attempted to detain him with a .357 Magnum and a shotgun. They committed a felony the day Arbery died.

Two grown men commit a felony and a young man dies because of the felony. And you want to talk about what the dead ban did five years earlier.
They were following someone who committed a possible felony crime
Yes, and has been presented on here many times.....following someone is no crime....in fact you can follow anyone you so desire to follow....again not a crime.
 

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It is puzzling to me why some seem to think that is not a good thing.
It has nothing to do with it being a good thing. What the do-gooders did was a felony because the black victim was not armed and was no threat to the community when three white men armed up and decided he had to be stopped and held until real police arrived.

You need learn what assault means in Georgia law.


in OCGA 16-5-20?
A person commits the offense of simple assault when he or she either: or
  1. Commits an act which places another in reasonable apprehension of immediately receiving a violent injury.
What circumstances transform simple assault into aggravated assault?

The presence of any one of the following conditions will make assault aggravated:

2. Use of deadly weapon or any object,
The fact the black suspect was not armed is meaningless. He definitely had a proclivity to be a danger to society....his taking a loaded weapon to school was just one example....there are others...stealing, tresspassing and who knows what else.

Criminals wake up every day looking to do something wrong...no doubt this black dude was involved in things that still have not come to light....it is just the nature of the beast of the field.

Law abiding folks have a severe lack of knowledge of criminality and criminals....criminals are deviant...unlike most..they have no moral proclivities to stop them from doing anything that they may profit from or get pleasure from...like beasts of the field no ethics to guide them and no morals to hold them back...like beasts of the field roaming around town like a wild predator, in fact even more dangerous than a wild predator because they resemble humans....other humans make allowances for them, have pity on them, try to help them....unfortunately beasts of the field like this are beyond help.

Hence our forefathes who were much wiser than we knew what to do with them. They strung them up.....sometimes without bothering to wait for a trial which was not only a waste of resources but time also. That is why so many blacks are frightened by nooses
 

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....following someone is no crime....in fact you can follow anyone you so desire to follow....again not a crime.
Didnt say it was. This is not following..

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The guy taking the video is following. The two armed thugs stopped on the road are comitting a felony called aggravated assault right there recorded on video for all to see.
 

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Hence our forefathes who were much wiser than we knew what to do with them. They strung them up.....sometimes without bothering to wait for a trial
Got your message racist.

The men that Mr. Arbery had the confrontation weren't criminals in any way. Their records were totally clean, and they were just ordinary neighborhood busybodies.

That counts for something.

What also counts for something is that Arbery had a considerable record of violent crime and was far away from his own home.

These are facts that the 12 angry men will hear, when they decide if there is a reasonable doubt that the McMichael men are guilty or not.
 

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He was a mental case who took a gun to school
Doesn’t matter. He had no weapon when two white men attempted to detain him with a .357 Magnum and a shotgun. They committed a felony the day Arbery died.

Two grown men commit a felony and a young man dies because of the felony. And you want to talk about what the dead ban did five years earlier.
They were following someone who committed a possible felony crime
What WAS this "felony" crime? Stealing a hammer? Have the police even CONFIRMED THAT?
 

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He was a mental case who took a gun to school
Doesn’t matter. He had no weapon when two white men attempted to detain him with a .357 Magnum and a shotgun. They committed a felony the day Arbery died.

Two grown men commit a felony and a young man dies because of the felony. And you want to talk about what the dead ban did five years earlier.
They were following someone who committed a possible felony crime
What WAS this "felony" crime? Stealing a hammer? Have the police even CONFIRMED THAT?
There's been some wild and not so wild speculation back and forth in here, welcome aboard... LOL
 

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