Attorney: Polygraph Confirms Man Who Filmed Fatal Shooting Not InvolvedThe Ahmaud Arbery family’s attorney says they want the man who recorded the incident arrested despite his attorney's claim a polygraph confirms Bryan was not involved in the death.
Police Officer Texted Homeowner He Could Contact Arbery Shooting Suspect To Help With Potential TrespassersA text message obtained by CNN shows a Glynn County police officer said the owner of a home under construction near Brunswick that he could contact Gregory McMichael for help with potential trespassers seen in surveillance video.
Newly Released Video: Ahmaud Arbery Not The Only Person To Visit The Home Construction SiteNewly released videos have recently emerged that may help explain what Ahmaud Arbery was doing at the house construction site the day of the fatal shooting.
McMichaels’ Attorneys: Public Has Rushed To JudgmentLawyers 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.
Neighbor: Travis McMichael Confronted Black Man Days EarlierLess than two weeks before Ahmaud Arbery death, a suspect arrested in the case confronted an unidentified African American man who had entered a neighboring house under construction, according to an attorney for the homeowner.
Updated: Attorney General Carr Requests GBI Investigation Into Ahmaud Arbery Case ConductAttorney General Chris Carr yesterday formally requested the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) to conduct an investigation related to the conduct of the District Attorneys of the Brunswick and Waycross Judicial Circuits in the Ahmaud Arbery case.
‘Pawn In A Much Larger Game’: Attorney For Man Who Videotaped Ahmaud Arbery ShootingDespite accusations to the contrary, the man who took that video -- William "Roddie" Bryan -- was just a bystander his attorney Kevin Gough said.
Autopsy Report: Ahmaud Arbery Shot Twice In The Chest, Once In WristAn autopsy report released late Monday showed Ahmaud Arbery was shot three times, including twice in the chest.
Updated: Georgia AG Carr Appoints Cobb DA Joyette Holmes To Lead Ahmaud Arbery CaseAttorney General Chris Carr today announced that he will formally appoint District Attorney Joyette M. Holmes of the Cobb County Judicial Circuit on Monday to lead the prosecution of Gregory and Travis McMichael who have been charged with aggravated assault and the murder of Ahmaud Arbery.
GBI Makes Arrest For Terroristic Threats Related To The Ahmaud Arbery Murder InvestigationGBI makes arrest for terroristic threats related to the Ahmaud Arbery murder investigation.
Georgia Attorney General Carr Requests DOJ Investigation Into Ahmaud Arbery Case ConductGeorgia attorney general Chris Carr has requested that the U.S. Department of Justice conduct an investigation into the handling of the Ahmaud Arbery case.
Keisha Lance Bottoms: Ahmaud Arbery's Death A 'Lynching Of An African American Man'On Sunday, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms called the shooting death of an unarmed African American jogger a "lynching" and said arrests of two accused men would not have been made if there was not video of the incident.
Updated - GBI: Gregory & Travis McMichael Arrested In Fatal Shooting Of Ahmaud ArberyGregory McMichael and his son, Travis McMichael, the two men involved in the fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery near Brunswick, Georgia, have been arrested and face murder and aggravated assault charges, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.
COVID-19: Gov. Kemp Gives Update On Pandemic, Says All Georgians Can Now Test For CoronavirusGovernor Brian Kemp said now that coronavirus testing capacity has increased, there is more supply than demand. As a result, all Georgians, whether they have symptoms or not, are able to get tested.
#IRunWithMaud: Supporters Running 2.23 Miles Dead Jogger’s BirthdaySupporters will gather virtually Friday to mourn Ahmaud Arbery, a black man who was fatally shot while jogging in February, by putting on their sneakers and posting on social media to say #IRunWithMaud.