HERE WE GO AGAIN
Two white men WENT FREE after gunning down unarmed black man
Nothing has changed in the good ole USA since the lynch mobs of the early and mid-1900s that killed more than 3,400 black people.
Two white men, a father and son, were never charged after shooting an unarmed black man in cold blood on a Georgia street in February.
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The 25-year-old black man, Ahmaud Arbery, was shot dead in Brunswick, Georgia, but the case has resurfaced after 911 calls were revealed this week.
”There’s a black male running down the street,” one of the shooters, former cop Gregory McMichael is heard saying.
Arbery was jogging when he was chased by the two white men, McMichael, 64, and his son Travis, 34, in a pickup truck. They said at the time they thought he was a burglary suspect.
Neither of the shooters was arrested after the cold-blooded killing.
The prosecutor, George Barnhill, refused to press charges, saying the two white men were within their rights to make a citizens arrest and carry guns.
Now, a different prosecutor wants to convene a grand jury to determine if the two men should be charged, but the courts are backed-up due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The two white men were within their rights to make a citizens arrest and carry guns, the prosecutor said.
But were they within their rights to gun down an unarmed man?