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Arheel's Uncle 05-13-2020 06:28 AM

Afraud Arbery black lies matter saga continues
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You can click and watch a short video on the frauds. In DaKoolElefante's thread, tells the real story of the fraudulent TNB. At this time, the thread is still up.


Arheel's Uncle 05-14-2020 04:22 PM

Re: Afraud Arbery black lies matter saga continues
Decatur firm to defend Travis McMichael in fatal shooting

By LARRY HOBBS lhobbs@thebrunswicknews.com
7 hrs ago
Atlanta-based criminal defense attorneys Robert G. “Bob” Rubin and Jason B. Sheffield announced Thursday that they will represent Glynn County resident Travis McMichael, who is accused of fatally shooting the unarmed Ahmaud Arbery on a neighborhood street in the Satilla Shores community on Feb. 23.
McMichael, 34, and his father, Gregory McMichael, 64, were arrested May 7 by Georgia Bureau of Investigation agents. Both remain without bail in the Glynn County Detention Center, each charged with felony murder and aggravated assault.
Ruben and Sheffield are part of the Decatur law firm of Peters, Rubin, Sheffield & Hodges.
The attorney said they believe Travis McMichael is “not guilty of the charges against him,” according to a statement from the law firm. Video of the shooting that was leaked to the media last week raised furor over the case. The video captures Travis McMichael firing a shotgun three times at close range as he and Arbery struggle for possession of the gun, a deadly ending to an incident that began when the McMichaels armed themselves and pursued Arbery through the neighborhood in a pickup truck.
“Travis has been vilified before (his) voice could even be heard,” Rubin said. “In a case such as this that is already highly publicized, it is imperative that no one rush to judgment and to allow the legal process to run its course.”

Arbery shooting breathes new life into Georgia hate crimes law, spurs new initiatives

19 hrs ago The recent shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery is renewing interest in some older legislation and spurring new initiatives in the Georgia General Assembly.

Mayor urges peaceful protests

19 hrs ago The Ahmaud Arbery shooting happened outside city limits, but it was the main topic discussed during Brunswick Mayor Cornell Harvey’s “fireside chat” Wednesday via teleconference.

Arheel's Uncle 05-14-2020 11:53 PM

Re: Afraud Arbery black lies matter saga continues
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Ahmaud Arbery Was No Stranger to Law Enforcement Records Show
USA Headline NewsPOSTED ON MAY 12, 2020


BRUNSWICK, Ga. 2013 – A quick-acting police officer in Brunswick stopped a teenager with a loaded gun from entering a high school basketball game Tuesday night.

Police arrested 19-year-old Ahmaud Marquez Arbery (pictured below), who is not a student at Brunswick.

“The man ran through the parking lot. I tried to get him to stop as well. He would not stop for us,” said Glynn County Schools Chief of Police, Rod Ellis. “We ended up chasing him to the back of the school were other officers helped us apprehend him.”

Ellis said the .380 caliber semi-automatic handgun slipped out of the teen’s pants.

A parent, who did not want to be identified, told Channel 4 he saw the gun as he was about to enter the school gym. He said police were everywhere.

“They were trying to keep everyone calm and away from the gun that was on the ground. They wouldn’t let anyone in or out of the gym,” said the parent.

The basketball game continued without interruption while police arrested Avery.

“The main thing is we stopped him from getting into the event,” Ellis said. “We don’t know what his intentions were but you know it’s never a good combination when you bring a weapon to a school event clearly when it’s posted that you can’t.”

At Friday night’s basketball game, Chief Ellis said they added more officers and from now on, every person will be scanned with a metal-detecting wand.

Police said Arbery is out of jail on bond. Two of the police officers suffered injuries. One has been treated for a fractured hand.

Arbery was sentenced to five years probation as a first offender on charges of carrying a weapon on campus and several counts of obstructing a law enforcement officer. He was convicted of probation violation in 2018 after he was charged with Theft, court documents show.

Arheel's Uncle 05-15-2020 07:43 PM

Re: Afraud Arbery black lies matter saga continues
McMichaels’ Attorneys: Public Has Rushed To Judgment
May 15, 2020 at 8:04 am

(CNN) — Lawyers for two men charged with killing Ahmaud Arbery in Brunswick asserted Thursday that the public has rushed to judgment, and that the full story has yet to be revealed.

Travis McMichael, 34, and his father, Gregory McMichael, 64, are charged with felony murder and aggravated assault in the February 23 death of Arbery, a black man who was shot dead while jogging just outside Brunswick.

But Robert Rubin and Jason Sheffield, attorneys for the younger McMichael, “conducted an extensive initial investigation and believe there is compelling evidence that Mr. McMichael is not guilty of the charges against him,” a statement from their law firm reads.

“Travis has been vilified before his voice could even be heard. … The truth in this case will exonerate Travis,” the statement reads.

At a news conference at the firm’s office in Decatur, Rubin said Arbery’s death was a tragedy, though that doesn’t mean that a crime was committed.

“Our hearts go out to the Arbery family, because, although, we don’t stand in their shoes, we understand their pain,” he said.

Gregory McMichael’s attorneys said the public has not heard the whole story, and “more of the truth will come out.”

“So often the public accepts a narrative driven by an incomplete set of facts, one that vilifies a good person, based on a rush to judgement, which has happened in this case,” Laura Hogue, one of the attorneys for the elder McMichael, said in her law firm’s statement.

“While the death of Ahmaud Arbery is a tragedy, causing deep grief to his family — a tragedy that at first appears to many to fit into a terrible pattern in American life — this case does not fit that pattern,” attorney Frank Hogue said. “The full story, to be revealed in in time, will tell the truth about this case.”

The Hogues will hold a news conference Friday.

The father and son were arrested May 7 in connection with Arbery’s killing, days after a cell phone video of the confrontation emerged. Gregory McMichael told police, according to the incident report, that Arbery attacked his son and was shot as they fought over the shotgun.

Attorneys for Arbery’s family said Travis McMichael’s lawyers were correct in saying no one should rush to judgment.

“The men who ambushed Ahmaud Arbery rushed to judgment on February 23,” the statement from S. Lee Merritt, Benjamin Crump and L. Chris Stewart reads. They also say Travis McMichael should be presumed innocent in the legal system.

“We only wish that (he) had provided that same presumption of innocence to Ahmaud Arbery before chasing and killing him,” the statement reads.

The McMichaels are being held in jail; a judge said last week that bail will be set later. Sheffield said he intends to ask a judge to release Travis McMichael on bail.

Gregory McMichael’s defense team said they will ask for bail and they think “more of the truth will come out” at a preliminary hearing.

Neither hearing has been scheduled.

The Bobster 05-16-2020 06:43 AM

Re: W father of Brunswick, GA shooter previously investigated dead negro

Gregory McMichael leaked viral video of Ahmaud Arbery shooting to press in shocking twist
By Laura Italiano
May 15, 2020 | 8:51pm | Updated

Viral video of the shooting of unarmed Georgia jogger Ahmaud Arbery was first leaked to the press at the request of the dad now accused of his murder — because he thought it would make him and his son look better.

The ironic shocker — that it was ex-cop Gregory McMichael who leaked the very video that would expose the Arbery shooting to the world, leading to father-son murder charges — was reported Friday by WSB-TV in Atlanta.

The video shows McMichael standing in the back of a pickup truck as his son, Greg, coonfronts and opens fire on the jogger with a shotgun.

The McMichaels are white :eek:, and Arbery was black, and yet the dad, an ex-cop, leaked the video to a radio station two months after the shooting because he thought it would ease rising racial tensions in the South Georgia community of Satilla Shores, WSB-TV reported.

The stunning plot twist was revealed Friday by Alan Tucker, a Brunswick attorney who had informally consulted with the suspects, and who was previously known to have been the source of the video.

Tucker told WSBS-TV that leaking the video, which had been shot from a second vehicle by a pal of the father and son, was Greg McMichael’s idea.
Video shows disturbing footage of fatal shooting of unarmed Ahmaud Arbery

The lawyer said Greg McMichael brought the video, and others, to his office for help getting it downloaded so it could be sent to local radio station WGIG in Brunswick.

Tucker, too, thought leaking the video would ease racial tensions.

“I didn’t want the neighborhood to become a Ferguson,” Tucker told WSB-TV.

As it turned out, the ease-tensions strategy backfired monumentally.

The video prompted a national outcry online and at rallies, and pressure for a prosecution contributed to the father and son being arrested and charged with murder and aggravated assault.

Arheel's Uncle 05-19-2020 01:47 PM

Re: Black suspect Ahmaud Arbery killed resisting Citizen's arrest by White son of ex-police officer
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It's a THUG LIFE after all, in a small small internet world! Driving on suspended license.

2017 "Ize jus rappin in the park, officer!"

Taken from new video

Exclusive: police fail in attempt to tase Ahmaud Arbery during 2017 incident

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Arheel's Uncle 05-19-2020 02:07 PM

Re: Black suspect Ahmaud Arbery killed resisting Citizen's arrest by White son of ex-police officer
What if Ahmaud Avery was his real name, and the family changed to Arbery to escape from family members being ostracized for having a criminal record?

It wouldn't be the first time a name was changed after criminal convictions for that reason.

Police arrest four in span of an hour
Four people are facing gun-related charges after area police had a wild hour Tuesday night in two separate incidents that involved guns at about the same time.

One incident [a diversion?] locked down the Brunswick High School gym during a basketball game while the other involved an AK-47-type assault rifle.

At about 7:20 p.m. Tuesday, Glynn County Schools Resource Officer Jody Vicent noticed a man with a handgun tucked in the waistband of his pants attempting to enter the basketball game between Brunswick High School and Glynn Academy at the Brunswick High School gym.

The man, identified by Schools Police Chief Rod Ellis as 19-year-old Ahmaud Marquez Avery, ran when Vicent tried to stop him, said Ellis, who was on alert in his police vehicle in a parking lot because of a nearby chase involving Brunswick police.

Ellis said he drove alongside Avery with his gun pointed at him as Avery ran along a sidewalk in front of the school. After being ordered to stop several times, Ellis said Avery ran between buildings to the back of the school, where two officers cornered him and arrested him.

"Once he was handcuffed, the offender confirmed by exculpatory statement that he was indeed armed, but he had dropped the weapon in his attempt to escape," Ellis said.

An intense search [at the school], joined by Glynn County police, Brunswick police and College of Coastal Georgia police, found a .380 caliber semi-automatic pistol under a folding sandwich board-style sign in front of the gym, Ellis said.

In the course of the chase, a school resource officer fell and fractured his hand.

Ellis said the gym was placed on lockdown immediately after Vicent spotted the gun, meaning no one was allowed into or out of the building.

Avery is charged with two felonies, possession of a weapon on school property and obstruction of an officer with violence, and a high and aggravated misdemeanor of obstruction of a public school. Ellis said other charges may be pending.

While the chase at the high school was going on, Brunswick Police were busy several blocks to the south after hearing gunshots while they investigated a report of an armed robbery.

Capt. Kevin Jones said officers responded at about 7 p.m. to the 2400 block of Union Street, where a man working on a three-man crew selling furniture from the back of a truck said he had been robbed.

The man told detectives he and his co-workers had met three men at a nearby fast-food restaurant who asked them to deliver furniture to an address on Union Street.

When the furniture truck arrived, Jones said the three would-be robbers, one of them carrying an AK-47-type rifle, ordered the man out of the truck, took his money and told him to undress. As the man was following the alleged robbers' orders, Jones said the man's co-workers who were still in the truck sped away in it.

While detectives were interviewing the man they heard what sounded like handguns being fired, accompanied by several rounds from an automatic rifle.

When officers got to an area near Ellis Street that they thought was the source of the gunfire they saw a car that matched the description of the one the alleged robbery victim had told them his robbers had been driving.

Police chased the car a few blocks before the suspects stopped and tried to run away. Police arrested all three, Jones said.
Officers found two .40 caliber pistols in the car and the assault-type rifle a short distance away, Jones said.

Police charged Jessie Fleming, 22, of Glynn County and Devonte Hicks, 21, of Brunswick with armed robbery and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime. They charged Donnie Baldwin, 27, of Brunswick with armed robbery, possession of a firearm during commission of a crime, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and involvement in criminal street gang activity.

Jones said other charges may be pending for all three.

Arheel's Uncle 05-19-2020 05:26 PM

Re: Black suspect Ahmaud Arbery killed resisting Citizen's arrest by White son of ex-police officer
LEO, "It's too hot to be wearing that jacket, dude."

Thieves wear big heavy coats & jackets even during hot summers inside stores to help them hide things they steal. My sister worked at Robinson's - May Co. Department Stores.

Ahmaud Arbery arrest for stealing or "shoplifting" 65 inch TV from Walmart

•May 19, 2020

On December 1, 2017 Ahmaud Arbery and three associates were by store personnel as they attempted to push a 65” Vizio television out of a Walmart. They were unable to produce a receipt and the store employees would not let them take the TV out of the store. Police were called and stopped the four persons of interest in the parking lot on suspicion of theft. Bodycam video of the incident shows that Arbery, then aged 23, lied and told the police officers he was twenty years old. When an officer asked Arbery about the 65” TV he tried to push out of the store, Arbery replied “I don’t know nothin’ abut no TV brother“ Shortly after that, Arbery claimed “I had a receipt bro.” Arbery was arrested. His associates were released and instructed that they were not welcome to return to the store. The Daily Beast, which reviewed the court files, has confirmed that Arbery was convicted of this "theft by shoplifting" charge: https://www.thedailybeast.com/the-sho... This arrest violated Arbery's probation on this earlier gun possession conviction: https://www.news4jax.com/news/2013/12...

Incident/arrest reports related to the Walmart incident are linked here:
1) https://www.scribd.com/document/462051857/Police-call-Ahmaud-Arbery-Walmart-theft-by-shoplifting

2) https://www.scribd.com/document/462051853/Arrest-report-Ahmaud-Arbery-theft-by-shoplifitng

voiceofreason 05-20-2020 09:39 AM

Re: Black suspect Ahmaud Arbery killed resisting Citizen's arrest by White son of ex-police officer

'THEY'RE NOT MONSTERS' Woman whose brother and dad ‘killed’ Ahmaud Arbery admits ‘mistakes were made’ but claims ‘it was no lynching’
Updated: May 15 2020, 18:09 ET

THE sister and daughter of Ahmaud Arbery's alleged murderers has admitted "mistakes were made" but claimed the shooting "was no lynching" in a shocking defense of her family.


Lindsay McMichael, 30
, was at home in her pajamas when she heard gunshots and commotion outside her house and ran out to witness the horrific aftermath of Ahmaud's killing allegedly at the hands of brother Travis, 34 and dad Gregory McMichael, 64.

She also claims her brother and father are not racist, saying they "loved" all her non-white boyfriends like a "brother or son".

The Bobster 05-21-2020 04:28 PM

Re: Black suspect Ahmaud Arbery killed resisting Citizen's arrest by White son of ex-police officer
Disgusting coalburning whore.

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