I’ll see his murder for rest of my life: Arbery’s dad as killers get life
The three men who ‘hunted down’ and shot Ahmaud Arbery will spend the rest of their lives behind bars
The three white men convicted of murdering Ahmaud Arbery while he jogged through their quiet Georgia suburb almost two years ago have been sentenced to life in prison, though one of them will be able to seek parole after 30 years.
Travis McMichael, his father Greg McMichael and their neighbour William “Roddie” Bryan were found guilty in November of multiple charges after a two-week jury trial which included video of the February 2020 shooting that was captured by Bryan on his cellphone.
Georgia Superior Court judge Timothy Walmsley, who was required by state law to give the men life behind bars, denied a request on Friday by the McMichaels to allow them the possibility of eventual parole. Walmsley said Bryan can seek parole after 30 years. Prosecutors chose not to pursue the death penalty...