Three white men have been sentenced to life in prison for killing a black jogger.


Three white men have been sentenced to life in prison for killing a black jogger.

Three “murderous b******s” were sentenced to life in prison after killing a black man, according to a women’s rights activist.

“Life without the possibility of parole for Travis and Gregory McMichael [e]xcept for William Bryan who gets [l]ife with the possibility of parole,” Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu tweeted.

For the murder of Ahmaud Arbery, three murderous racist b******s were convicted of felony murder and sentenced to life in prison.”

Travis McMichael, Gregory McMichael, and William “Roddie” Bryan were sentenced to life in prison by a Georgia judge on Friday for the “chilling” 2020 murder of Ahmaud Arbery, who was running through their mostly white neighborhood in the southern US state.

The McMichaels, a father and son, will now spend the rest of their lives in prison, but Bryan will be eligible for parole after 30 years in prison, the state’s minimum sentence for murder.

At the hearing in Glynn County Court in Brunswick, Walmsley stated that he gave the McMichaels the harshest sentence possible, in part because of their “callous” words and actions, which were captured on video.

The judge described a frame in a cellphone video of the killing in which McMichael begins to lift his shotgun at Mr Arbery while the 25-year-old is about 20 feet away as a “chilling, truly disturbing scene.”

Mr Arbery was hunted down, shot, and killed, according to him, because people in the courtroom took the law into their own hands.

Mr Arbery’s family had previously testified in court, claiming that the avid jogger’s death was caused by racial stereotyping.

Lawyers for the defense pleaded for mercy, claiming that none of the three men intended to kill Mr Arbery.

Gregory McMichael, 66, his son Travis McMichael, 35, and their neighbor Bryan, 52, were found guilty of murder, aggravated assault, false imprisonment, and criminal intent to commit a felony by a jury in November.

Due to the McMichaels’ “demonstrated pattern of vigilantism,” lead prosecutor Linda Dunikoski argued that the two McMichaels should die in prison and only Bryan should be eligible for parole.

Jasmine Arbery spoke to the court in a trembling voice, offering a poetic celebration of her brother’s blackness, which she claimed his murderers mistook for something frightening.

“He had dark skin that glistened in the sunlight like,” she said.

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