Federal Judge Sentences Three Men Convicted of Racially Motivated Hate Crimes in Connection with the Killing of Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia
A federal judge in the Southern District of Georgia today sentenced Travis McMichael, 36, to life plus 10 years in prison; and his father Gregory McMichael, 66, to life plus seven years in prison; and William “Roddie” Bryan, 52, to 35 years in prison, for committing federal hate crimes and other offenses in connection with the killing of Ahmaud Arbery, a young Black man, who was jogging on the public streets of a Brunswick neighborhood when he was chased down and shot to death in February 2020.
Travis McMichael gets 2nd life sentence with hate crime conviction - CNN Video
Travis McMichael, one of the three White men who killed Ahmaud Arbery, was sentenced to life in prison plus 10 years after he was convicted earlier this year of interference with rights, a federal hate crime, and attempted kidnapping in connection with the 25-year-old Black man's 2020 killing.
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