31 Burst results for "Gregory McMichael"

"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:52 min | Last week

"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Trying to get in their truck That's what it shows Yes ma'am Gregory mcmichael was standing in the bed of the truck Again with his three 57 Magnum Arbery is shot three times with the last blast he pulls away from Travis mcmichael takes a couple steps and collapses February 23rd 2020 The mcmichaels would claim self defense and later they said they were making a citizen's arrest And now repealed law in Georgia and we'll get to that later Local police sectioned off the area did not search the trucks of Travis mcmichael or William Bryan They didn't arrest anyone at the time According to the arbury family his mother was later told her son was shot and killed as he was trying to break into a house She still pushed for justice It wasn't until that video surfaced that there was nationwide outrage We would see multiple DAs recused themselves or being taken off the case The first DA Jackie Johnson who Gregory mcmichael once worked for would later be indicted for misconduct in her handling of the case She's awaiting trial Then George barnhill would recuse himself and write a letter saying he thought the shooting was justified Tom durden had the case until the video went viral and the state took over Joy at homes was appointed to it but then she lost her reelection bid The new Cobb DA would appoint Linda donakowski to lead the prosecution team In the trial she would relay ahmaud Arbery as human a human being and donakowski would even address a defense tactic to blame the victim Perhaps that was no more evident than when Gregory mcmichael's attorney Laura hoag said what many fellow lawyers advocates trial watchers and others condemned Turning Ahmad.

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"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:52 min | Last month

"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A high profile murder trial is in its early stages Travis mcmichael Gregory mcmichael and William Bryan are all accused of felony murder in the killing of ahmaud Arbery It happened in February 2020 arbor was jogging through their neighborhood when the men chased him down and shot him One of the defense lawyers has said that they were simply trying to detain arbor under Georgia's now repealed citizens arrest law and that they only resorted to violence when Arbery fought them and fought over possession of Travis mcmichael's gun Rayshawn ray is a senior fellow at the brookings institution who specializes in criminal justice and race in American public policy He says that citizens arrest law will likely take center stage in the trial Part of what the defense is going to try to paint a picture about is that there have been a series of burglaries that fit a person like a mod Arbery's description They're going to try to show him in the home And they're going to try to frame him as a person that would be so much of a threat that they made Michaels will want to stop him and question him Given the national attention focused on Arbery's killing the trial could put a big spotlight on law's ray argues our outdated and deeply flawed In theory citizens arrest laws or laws that allow an ordinary person to see a criminal act occurring in be able to retain a person to hold a person down stop a person until law enforcement arrives Now these citizens arrest laws date back centuries And they were primarily originated for individuals in areas either where law enforcement was not located or where it might take law enforcement a long time to get there So we make sense in theory while these citizens arrest laws exist a person sees something going on They want to protect themselves They want to protect their community They want to protect others And so in some regards it makes sense why they exist but of course people have pointed out to numerous issues in terms of how they are practically applied Right And there's a lot of downside that has played out in real life And I think it is telling that the first thing you said was in theory with a pause So let's stick with that in theory though for a moment in 2021 when law enforcement is so much closer to where most people live is there any good reason for a law like this to be on the books Is there a situation you could think of and say yeah it could still be applicable here in a good way Well in theory sure it definitely could be As an example we know recently in Pennsylvania a woman was actually sexually assaulted on a train And there were individuals as bystanders standing around watching this occur And oftentimes bystanders are the ones who have the ability to interject themselves into a scene and prevent further harm from someone We also know that outside of urban centers even suburban areas there are still a lot of Americans who live in rural America where it takes law enforcement several minutes to get to a place It could make sense In theory wild person would hold someone or prevent someone from moving until law enforcement arrives All right so let's talk about practicality in real life though What are some specific examples of how laws like this have led to more problems than they've solved Citizens arrest laws actually can oftentimes lead to profiling And unfortunately that profiling falls along cultural lines falls along social class lines and in particular falls along racial lines where individuals are profiled not because they are doing something illegal But because they are perceived to be in the wrong place at the wrong time or they're perceived to be the wrong type of person in a particular place Which was of course the exact situation that ahmaud Arbery found himself in That is exactly right Research that I've conducted over the past decade looked at racial differences in physical activity And one of the main findings was that black men are significantly less likely to be physically active and predominantly white spaces because they experience criminalization That is the perception that black skin is oftentimes criminal or that a person might end up committing a criminal act So in a modern artery's case he's out for a jog he sees a home that seems to be open He looks in it you know what There of course his video evidence of other individuals looking in those same spaces white people that did not cause the same type of threat the same type of reaction ahmaud Arbery as a black man did and we know oftentimes that those citizens arrest laws come about because of profiling Not only in terms of people jogging but also delivery people people who are simply trying to enjoy a neighborhood that they recently moved into So it suggests that this is about being the wrong type of person or perceived to be the wrong type of person or at least the wrong skin color in a particular neighborhood You have a general sense of how many states still have a law like this on the books Well way more than people think So the thing about citizens arrest laws is that they not only are just about a person being able to make an arrest But they also morph into stand your ground laws of course a lot of people know about stand your ground laws related to the George Zimmerman trial for killing Trayvon Martin And similarly in the mcmichael's trial with ahmaud Arbery even though in the Zimmerman trial stand your ground ended up not being directly used in the court case it was definitely implied And the public definitely viewed it in that way The reason why this is problematic is because it's not simply about a person being able to arrest someone but a person being able to defend themselves even when that other person is not committed a violent act against them Stand your ground laws is oftentimes about a person perceiving the threat And in many regards they are in dozens of states around the country If you could what would your first priority be in addressing these I think it's probably similar to the death penalty right now We probably just don't need it And the reason why again in theory it makes sense But in practice these laws have so much bias based in them that it's unclear that they're going to be able to be corrected Similarly late leading into this trial jurors are going to be swayed by this narrative And we know that the racial composition of the jury plays a big role into this process So look the thing is I think a lot of people definitely want to be able to defend their home This also gets into the castle doctrine And maybe they're also become restrictions about when people are able to apply this If it's on your property that's very different from a person using public property but a lot of people own homes view their entire neighborhood as part of their property So we really have to look through that and really revamp people's ability to do that particularly when these laws are disproportionately applied in what happens to the person who was supposedly defending their home That's ray Shaun Rey a senior fellow at the brookings institution and a professor at.

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"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

09:22 min | Last month

"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Do this he said Can you tell us about the scene outside And the signs people are carrying the t-shirts people are wearing And why this you feel has captured the attention of so many Well the signs outside the courthouse are just really what they are Their size that suggested for a mod There's this save finally smell who killed a mark Guilty And their support signs You see this so many other places You saw it in Minneapolis You saw it when Philadelphia was cute You see that so many places so I'm not understanding what the issue is here It brought Georgia but I do understand that we face a lot of injustices here And this is just another part of the injustices that we face The signs are support I don't see what the issue is And these people came from Washington Pennsylvania Virginia all over the world just to be here and support So you know when they saw these type of emotions it just makes me question I do this to system and the things that we're still faced today Can you tell us about him on tell us who he was describe this young man who was cut down in the prime of his life And I spent a lot of time together in his younger years It's infant toddler years as he got older His mom she moved to another part of Brunswick and we kind of lost connection A couple of months before Ahmad was killed We spent a lot of time together out of his house his mom was working out in Texas And so we never missed a beat If I ran into him on his jog if I saw him out at blue beak where he was working he was still bright young man He had a beautiful smile it was amazing He always offered He was a giver He would see me and say can I buy you lunch Or you know do you have money If not I can give and I would always tell him you know you keep your money And I'll buy lunch But he was just such an amazing young man He was bright He had a bright future He had a dream He loved to rap He loved to spend time with his cousins who were like his brothers He loved his brother and sister most of all he loved his mom His mom was everything to him She was a jewel and his eyesight and he was just an amazing young man And that was something that they took away from us you know You know 5 minutes where you can say that the other people now that are coming up are just these remarkable people And no matter what they do in their past they've still a great people in Le Mans with love And that's all I can really say about him He was love He was that child that everybody would want We also have Lee Merritt with us attorney for the family of ahmaud Arbery Lee this story is not often talked about as a story about law enforcement They talk about three white men The mcmichael's father and son team and roddy Bryant But in fact Gregory mcmichael and his son Travis who got in that pickup truck and hunted down a mod and ultimately killed him The elder mcmichael was a former Glenn county police officer and investigator for the Brunswick judicial circuit prosecutor Jackie Johnson and she was recently indicted for directing police not to arrest the son And then steering the case to a sympathetic prosecutor Can you take us through this prosecution Lee Merritt Yes the we say take you through the prosecution Yes I mean talk about the connection to law enforcement and how long this took actually to bring charges and the final release of that video Amazingly by the third man who's been arrested here Sure So in February of 2020 this all happened It took 74 days before anyone was arrested And that was only after one of the defendants decided that this video would help clear up some of the rumors that were going on about how my was murdered And so he released it under the direction of his attorney He released it to a local radio station By then Wanda had been contacting the then appointed prosecutor in the case By the time that happened we were on our third prosecutor to get the case before grand jury to the rest of these men And when the video was released the Georgia bureau of investigation got involved because of the national outcry It went almost immediately viral And then the dominoes began to fall And the fact that Gregory mcmichael was in law enforcement was a police officer was an investigator And then that connection to Jackie Johnson who herself Brunswick judicial circuit prosecutor has just been charged So threatening Michael worked in law enforcement in Glenn county for decades his most recent job that he had just retired from the year previously was an investigator for Jackie Johnson vin Glenn counting prosecutor Right after a model was murdered before his before he actually received medical care Gregory mcmichael was on the phone with his old boss Saying that he needed help And I was Jackie Johnson's responsibility at that point to conflict out of the case to let the attorney general of the state know that there was a murder that took place in her region She didn't have the jurisdiction because of her conflict to deal with it She moved the prosecution as you mentioned to a sympathetic prosecutor George barnhill is he continue to sort of put a thumbs on a scale of justice She let law enforcement know these men should not be arrested Instructed them not to arrest the mcmichaels And ever since then you know that community is so small we're learning how small it is from the jury selection process But the community it's George barnhill for example his son worked also worked for Jackie Johnson and there was a lot of inappropriate relationships that were allowed to continue despite the early conflicts And can you talk about the citizen arrest law that the mcmichaels use as an excuse to stop Ahmad Which has been repealed by Georgia state lawmakers How does that change the defense So the citizens arrest law which is an old civil rights era law on the books that ultimately was designed to keep black people out of traditionally white neighborhoods And that's how it had been used In order to successfully avail themselves of even that law they would have to first prove that they witnessed the mind during the course of a crime a felony or that he committed a crime or suddenly within their immediate knowledge Here they said that they saw running they had a gut instinct that he may have been involved in some other car taking items out of the car I'm not sure the exact criminal statute for that but taking items out of the car That would not suffice to the law It is the defense that they're still fighting for and of note the people of Georgia elected to remove that defense from the books It is still available for the mcmichaels and mister Brian for his defense But ultimately that law is no longer available Fear Brooks Can you talk about how often you how often Ahmad was in that neighborhood of Brunswick And can you talk about the description of the community and the division between white and black kind of informal segregation Well I'm not only jogging at that community My job all over Glen county That was his thing He spent a lot of time or he talked a lot out that way because that's where he lived He ultimately was like literally if he would have been able to get out of the neighborhood on the road.

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"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

04:29 min | Last month

"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"Tears. They're now onto the final story of the free thirty. I so you remember the ahmad aubrey case. It was maybe year and a half ago or so it came out right before the floyd protests went kind of exploded and it was one of the stories that fueled the george floyd protests. Not as much as the others. But it was one of them. It was a racially divisive racially charged stories where three white men one of those four police officer. The other is his son and the other was a guy who joined in kind of halfway through filming the act. Were they chase down. A guy named ahmad aubrey. A kid who was was about twenty-five believe at the time who was running around the neighborhood. It's time this brunswick georgia and ultimately they shot and killed aubrey after attempting to stop him from running and the son travis mcmichael got into a confrontation. A fight over the gun and ended up shooting and killing. Aubrey of the three men charged into killing. Our george gregory mcmichael travis mcmichael and william bryan bryan is a guy who joined in the chase and filled it halfway through the charges that are being charged with our malice murder felony murder two counts of aggravated assault and one count of false imprisonment more on that in a moment that the defense is arguing that the mcmichael thought that aubrey was responsible for a series of burglaries. That had occurred in the neighborhood and they were trying to detain are under georgia's citizens arrest lol and only resorted to violence. When aubrey fought over the possession of the gun georgia's since repealed that citizens wrestle and the prosecution is basically arguing that aubrey was jogging had no connection to the burglaries and at the killings. Were racially motivated. Now to that point about it being racially motivated the there is a federal charge that all three have been indicted force. Federal hate crime interference with the rights with his rights which is specifically claiming that the defendants use force and threats of force to intimidate and interfere with aubrey's rights to use a public street because of his race. And i think that is why this story is going to be probably one of the biggest most vices stories that we have seen in cases trials and stories that we've seen in a very long time because they have been wanting to kind of code of codify hate crimes koto fai hate in a specific language specific profile. We see it on facebook. They want to regulate the ai to track down. What specifically hate is on facebook. We see it with this new framing of what a domestic terrorist is which is basically somebody who might have gone to the capital on january six. Everything that's been going on the past couple of years has had that hate theme woven into it and this case right here they have a winner. I think they they have what public relations wise can be easily portrayed as three dudes who may very well be racist driving around the neighborhood and then ultimately killing a black guy. Who was they say just jogging. Now there's a lot of complex said this thing about the stories is very complicated but it won't be presented as very complicated a lot of the complicated stuff. They're trying to get removed from the trial..

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"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Judge denied Travis and Gregory McMichael bail following two days of arguments. I'm Brian shut From Bloomberg World Headquarters in New York. I'm Doug Prisoner the US equity market rally today as the rotation into economically sensitive industries regained mo mentum. Despite an increase in virus cases, the S and P 500 finished at an all time high 3585 all major groups in the benchmark rose, led by energy, real estate and Industrials. At the same time, the Russell 2000 index of small cap stocks Finished at a record high Disney Cisco Systems, along with Applied Materials, reported metrics above estimates, and in the case of Disney, the company posted a loss. However, it was narrower than forecast here's Bloomberg Scarlet Fu. The problem, of course, is that Disneyland in California is still closed. It'll stay that way through the end of the year. Attendance is captain other locations, and there's not much about US box office to speak of, so Savior here for the CEO Bob K. Peck is really streaming, which is housed in the director Consumer Division and you can see their revenue jumping 41%. It's still unprofitable, but the losses there are narrowing. Today, Shares and Disney were up by more than 2%. We had the Dow rising nearly 1.4%. The NASDAQ composite gained 1% today after the Bell president Trump said a vaccine from Fizer will soon receive emergency use. Authorization shares and Fizer were up nearly 1% in late New York trading. Former Fed chair Janet Yellen is under consideration. As Treasury secretary in the incoming Biden administration were told. Yellen has already withdrawn from it least one upcoming speaking engagement because she's now in contention. Trump administration has given China's bike dance another 15 days to resolve national security concerns before the company would be required to sell the U. S operations of the video sharing APP, TIC TAC and Bitcoin rose above $16,000 today for the first time in three years, Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. This is Bloomberg. This'll.

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"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on KCRW

"Looking into it right now. And he's running around here right now. Okay. What is he doing? Underground Creek. Okay, That's fine. I'll get them out. I didn't know what he was doing. Gregory McMichael also saw Ahmad are very running down the street. Gregory, his son, Travis McMichael and another man named William Brian chased are buried down in to pick up trucks and shot him. Friend took a video of the whole thing. By the time the police arrived on the scene, a dozen people were milling around. But the officers on Ly interviewed one of them. Terry Hobbs, read the police report. This narrative is almost entirely told by Gregory McMichael, who says he's seen Quote, a blackmail hauling ass down the street. He was standing out in front of his yard. And he runs in the house grabs the 3 57 tells his son to Arma and his son grabs the 12 gauge shotgun and they go and hop in their pickup truck. And begin to chase this man down. This is in his own words. The report read, Like a couple of good old boys and ye ha! Let's get a pick up truck and go chase this guy down. This was not an officer involved shooting technically, but and this is important. Gregory McMichael once worked for the Glynn County Police Department. Then he spent more than 20 years working as an investigator at the local district attorney's office. He retired in 2019. A police officer even told someone in the neighborhood to call McMichael if they ever saw anything suspicious..

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Atlanta - 'Hunted down and executed': Shooter used racist slur as Arbery was dying, court told

Clark Howard

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta - 'Hunted down and executed': Shooter used racist slur as Arbery was dying, court told

"Kelly magistrate moves them murder cases forward for three men after prosecutor argues that they hunted and and executed executed the the unarmed unarmed Ahmad Ahmad armory armory in in February February D. D. B. B. I. I. special special agent agent in in charge charge Richard Richard dial dial testified testified Gregory Gregory McMichael McMichael told told police police that that his his quote quote gut gut instinct instinct told told him him Ahmad Ahmad armory armory was responsible for neighborhood burglaries when he saw John bye he and son Travis grabbed their guns Roddy Brian saw what was happening and jumped in his own truck to follow after yelling do you got him they all tried boxing in armory was already have tracking come jumping out of the way then after Travis shot arboreta re times Brian told them he heard cries Michael my statement Veronica waters ninety five point five W. S. B.

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"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Happens happens to Gregory McMichael in Travis Mike Michael in the third party indicted is William Bryan he recorded the whole thing it does look good to me on videotape but at the end of the day there was gonna be a jury see the gentleness and African Americans are not hunt you might recall the classic comment of one Jesse Peters I wondered when Jesse Jackson the Reverend Jesse Jackson and Washington when he said when I hear footsteps behind me in the dark and turned around I pray I look at a white face not a black face and that came from Reverend Jesse Jackson facts are stubborn things and so that's another point I'm gonna bring up the past an hour later but according to twenty eighteen FBI bureau of justice statistics there were about six hundred thousand non homicidal violence black white crimes each year which one would ninety percent involving a black perpetrator and a white victim according to the FBI and so it is much more common for a black male to do something criminal on a white person and vice versa but it does happen it's about nine to one and when it does happen if it's a racial incident I want the white guy fully prosecutor going after somebody black and I want the black guy going after someone why if there is a racial intent something in that character but to say every time lebron James steps outside he's being hunted down blacks killed twice as many whites as whites kill blacks blacks had thirteen percent of the population according the FBI commit fifty percent of murders in ninety percent of black murder victims are killed by other blacks it's somewhat rare for any crime to take place whether to work with the two races of the victim the perpetrator different very unusual but when it does happen it's about nine to one black on white and not vice versa those are the facts I don't care about the color of one's skin treat everybody exactly the same everyone exactly the same that's the goal doesn't happen all the time no according to The Washington Post being hunted down more whites are killed by police officers than blacks according to a black Harvard economist Roland fryer who were shocked to find out that officers killed numerically more white persons the black persons of course that doesn't make the news expectation of what occurs therefore it's not discussed but those are the facts and you know where I'm constantly told by CNN the facts are stubborn things those are the facts in fact the victims tend to be the same rate suggest a young black man in the ghetto live in danger of being shot by each other not police officers those are the facts but as the election gets closer the race card is played in order to convince African Americans to keep voting politically against their self interest which is for the Democratic Party and trump has done much better for African American families and others then now Barack Hussein Obama ever did but the media doesn't cover it that way and lastly before I begin taken some calls the sun unite Iran offered six PM tonight the latest stats on the crown of ours and by the way all over America today whether in Naples bay in Naples and fort Myers Florida or in the Great Lakes region or in California there were so many American flags out celebrating the American way of life on Memorial Day weekend and if you want to go out you feel safe going out by all means go out here are the top seven or eight worst places to be if you fear covert nineteen number one is New York hundred and fifty deaths per one hundred thousand number two is New Jersey number three is Connecticut number four is Massachusetts number five is Washington DC number six is Michigan number seven is Pennsylvania number eight is Eleanor do you see any connection there politically later my producer says yes I think they're all Democrats and the best places to be our places like Florida and Texas and Ohio and Montana and Wyoming and Alaska and Idaho and Arkansas and Nebraska those are the best places to be all controlled by Republicans and so if the media wants some political end of this thing look where to live look where the educational opportunities are look for the least crime is looking for the least covert nineteen deaths are the least disease for those who say well after all your city has a lot of subways I I don't I don't think Michigan has a lot of subways I don't think Pennsylvania has a lot of subway and so the fact is states with large cities like Texas and Florida have done a much better job in managing covert nineteen in states like New York New Jersey Massachusetts and Michigan in fact in Texas there are five deaths per one hundred thousand five per one hundred thousand in New York it's a hundred fifty not five in in Florida in Florida there are ten deaths per one hundred thousand in a New Jersey there's a hundred twenty five so where is the media focus it's time on crowds in Florida or Texas Arkansas not where their political basis let's continue full lines of course of whatever becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven coming up later tonight will be Eric trump also perished in art and Wayne Allen root bill Cunningham the great American with you every Sunday night a.

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"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:56 min | 1 year ago

"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on AP News

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the man who recorded the video of Ahmad armory slaying has been arrested another arrest has been made in the fatal shooting of Ahmad armory in February the Georgia bureau of investigation says 50 year old William Roddy Brian who video recorded armories fatal shooting on his cell phone has been arrested on charges of felony murder and criminal attempt to commit false imprisonment Gregory McMichael and his son Travis McMichael are charged with felony murder and aggravated assault for the slaying of the 25 year old armory who was running in their neighborhood Brian lives in the same subdivision where the shooting took place hi Mike Crossey up hi Mike Rossi a reporting the FDA is cracking down on unvetted corona virus blood tests the food and drug administration has published a list of more than 2 dozen coronavirus antibody test makers that either didn't file applications to stay on the market or have already pulled their products in a statement the FDA said it expects the listed tests will not be marketed or distributed the FDA website shows more than 175 tests for which applications have been filed or are in the process of being filed the FDA has already reviewed and authorized antibody test from a dozen companies antibody test might show if you had cold with 19 in the recent past Mike Rossio Washington

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"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:00 min | 1 year ago

"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on AP News

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the man who recorded the video of Ahmad armory slaying has been arrested another arrest has been made in the fatal shooting of Ahmad armory in February the Georgia bureau of investigation says 50 year old William Roddy Brian who video recorded armories fatal shooting on his cell phone has been arrested on charges of felony murder and criminal attempt to commit false imprisonment Gregory McMichael and his son Travis McMichael are charged with felony murder and aggravated assault for the slaying of the 25 year old armory who was running in their neighborhood Brian lives in the same subdivision where the shooting took place hi Mike Crossey up

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Man who filmed Arbery shooting video charged in his slaying

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Man who filmed Arbery shooting video charged in his slaying

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the man who recorded the video of Ahmad armory slaying has been arrested another arrest has been made in the fatal shooting of Ahmad armory in February the Georgia bureau of investigation says fifty year old William Roddy Brian who video recorded armories fatal shooting on his cell phone has been arrested on charges of felony murder and criminal attempt to commit false imprisonment Gregory McMichael and his son Travis McMichael are charged with felony murder and aggravated assault for the slaying of the twenty five year old armory who was running in their neighborhood Brian lives in the same subdivision where the shooting took place hi Mike Crossey up

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"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:38 min | 1 year ago

"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on AP News

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting an outside judge has been named to preside over court proceedings in the Ahmad armory slaying a judge based in Savannah has been appointed to preside over the trial of 2 white men charged with the murder of a 25 year old black man in the port city of Brunswick Georgia court documents filed in Glynn county show Superior Court judge Timothy R. wall mostly will preside over the trial proceedings for 64 year old Gregory McMichael and his 34 year old son Travis but Michael the book Michaels are jailed on charges of felony murder and aggravated assault in the fatal shooting of a mod armory on February 23 the appointment was made after all 5 judges and legal circuit were armory was killed recused themselves hi Mike Rossi up

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"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:38 min | 1 year ago

"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on AP News

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting an outside judge has been named to preside over court proceedings in the Ahmad armory slaying a judge based in Savannah has been appointed to preside over the trial of 2 white men charged with the murder of a 25 year old black man in the port city of Brunswick Georgia court documents filed in Glynn county show Superior Court judge Timothy R. wall mostly will preside over the trial proceedings for 64 year old Gregory McMichael and his 34 year old son Travis but Michael the book Michaels are jailed on charges of felony murder and aggravated assault in the fatal shooting of a mod armory on February 23 the appointment was made after all 5 judges and legal circuit were armory was killed recused themselves hi Mike Rossi up

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Outside judge named to preside over cases in Arbery slaying

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Outside judge named to preside over cases in Arbery slaying

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting an outside judge has been named to preside over court proceedings in the Ahmad armory slaying a judge based in Savannah has been appointed to preside over the trial of two white men charged with the murder of a twenty five year old black man in the port city of Brunswick Georgia court documents filed in Glynn county show Superior Court judge Timothy R. wall mostly will preside over the trial proceedings for sixty four year old Gregory McMichael and his thirty four year old son Travis but Michael the book Michaels are jailed on charges of felony murder and aggravated assault in the fatal shooting of a mod armory on February twenty third the appointment was made after all five judges and legal circuit were armory was killed recused themselves hi Mike Rossi up

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Outside judge named to preside over cases in Arbery slaying

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Outside judge named to preside over cases in Arbery slaying

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting an outside judge has been named to preside over court proceedings in the Ahmad armory slaying a judge based in Savannah has been appointed to preside over the trial of two white men charged with the murder of a twenty five year old black man in the port city of Brunswick Georgia court documents filed in Glynn county show Superior Court judge Timothy R. wall mostly will preside over the trial proceedings for sixty four year old Gregory McMichael and his thirty four year old son Travis but Michael the book Michaels are jailed on charges of felony murder and aggravated assault in the fatal shooting of a mod armory on February twenty third the appointment was made after all five judges and legal circuit were armory was killed recused themselves hi Mike Rossi up

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"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:30 min | 1 year ago

"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on AP News

"Hundreds of people came out to Glynn county Georgia Saturday demanding accountability in the case of a model or pre a black man killed during a pursuit by 2 white men in February speakers at the rally outside the courthouse at justice isn't just prison time for Gregory McMichael and son Travis it also requires changes in a local system that never charge them with a crime until may after the video leaked of the shooting there was national outrage and state officials stepped in Reverend Jim at the McDonald's the pursuit or because they believed he was responsible for recent break ins in the neighborhood I'm Julie Walker

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Hundreds demand justice for Arbery at Georgia rally

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Hundreds demand justice for Arbery at Georgia rally

"Hundreds of people came out to Glynn county Georgia Saturday demanding accountability in the case of a model or pre a black man killed during a pursuit by two white men in February speakers at the rally outside the courthouse at justice isn't just prison time for Gregory McMichael and son Travis it also requires changes in a local system that never charge them with a crime until may after the video leaked of the shooting there was national outrage and state officials stepped in Reverend Jim at the McDonald's the pursuit or because they believed he was responsible for recent break ins in the neighborhood I'm Julie Walker

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"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Issuing alerts photos at one restaurant show little social distancing and few if any masks Texas governor Greg Abbott sending in a task force to deal with a dramatic surge of covert nineteen cases in Amarillo stemming from meat packing plants there's a debate on whether Congress should require airlines to practice social distancing retired marine pilot ABC news contributor Steve Gander huge ecosystem that is supported by airline travel the United States and all of it is going to feel the pain of the next few months Anderson's most airlines are operated so that to be profitable they need to be at least eighty percent full returnees for one of the two Georgia men accused of killing twenty five year old almost are very are complaining about prosecutors ABC's Steve osunsami one of the things are saying is that their client which is Gregory McMichael the father isn't guilty of murder it sounds like what they're sort of indicating is that he may not have been seen on tape and he's not seen on tape directly shooting this young man and so they're trying to argue that a murder charge for him is inappropriate at this point you're listening to ABC news this straight insurance offices are open to serve you they've taken all recommended precautions from the CDC to serve the community you can also call eight eight eight five one one seven seven two two or go to S. straight insurance dot com road workers are only slow down right now the support is sponsored by compassion international will be in Dade County for this one I ninety five north bound between the dolphin in the airport express way looks like to the left lanes are still blocked off due to roadworks thankfully not too many commuters not too many delays it's easier to.

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The eerie similarities between the killings of Ahmaud Arbery and Trayvon Martin

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

07:24 min | 1 year ago

The eerie similarities between the killings of Ahmaud Arbery and Trayvon Martin

"I'm Jonathan Cape Part and this is Cape Up Benjamin crump. In attorney for the family of Ahmad arbitrary is perfectly clear on his view of what happened to the twenty five year old Black Man jogging near his Georgia home. On February twenty third chased him let community until they caught up with and then they executed him like a modern day. Mitch if crump's name sounds familiar. It's because he was the lawyer for the family of Trayvon Martin. The seventeen year old shot and killed by a neighborhood watch volunteer in Florida on February. Twenty Sixth Twenty twelve listen to crump talk about the eerie similarities between the February. Twenty twenty killing of the MoD arbitrary and the February twenty twelve killings of Trayvon Martin. Right Down Attorney Benjamin crump thank you very much for coming on the PODCAST. Thank you fabric down at their decades covering. They're for the story. So you and I got to know each other eight years ago because of the the killing of trayvon Martin and the similarities between the killing of Trayvon Martin and the killing of a Marbury are really. It's kind of Irie. Could you bring us up to up to speed on on the facts of the case as as we talk right? Now I'll tell you have ever similar those fat X. Between tricky behind and Ahmad Aubrey navigate tragically Ahmad. Aubrey was changed by a murderous duo of FOB. Said to a Gregory and Travis met Michaels and another man then William Brian who has yet to be arrested ads on this day. He is alleged to beat the individuals driving other a ambushed Ahmad and was taken the video recording of this execution ago. By saying a I have a teacher Johnson and Jive was on and he was a person who with are routinely. He liked to stay in shape as many people. A heat with said show as for whatever reasons we believe. We know why they did it but they suspected him of a burglary and a jumped into their pickup truck shotgun. Jonathan and a three fifty seven magnum and they chased him that community into they caught up with him and then they execute it him like a modern day mentioned. And we see on that. Video is so tragic Washing see that video. You can't see and that's what happens. We watched the execution of his young on all black man killed. We believe because he was racially profile. And the police show up and they take the words of the killer's apparently because the killers are allowed to go home and sleep in their bed. Bites while on. Albury is taken to the more you know There are so many things here In the The facts of the case that you just spelled out and I just want it there. Is the police report as it was filed in the moments after after the shooting after the killing where it says the witnesses said that arbitrary looked like a suspect who had been Breaking into that particular house and that They saw him quote unquote hauling ass down the street and when you look at the video I WanNa talk about how we got this video to begin with but when you look at the video. He's not hauling. Ass Johnson. He's doing what most people in America he is. Simply interest is and you know you put in contact. They come up with some a believable reasons. The killers down. It's you'd think about a walking while driving while black Both in general it is apartment literal while blatch Trae Bob more walking home while blatch may is submitted things Attia Jefferson sitting in her house living while black and now we come to Amman Albury and he's just Jonathan Wa black. They suspected him for that. All right let's talk about the McMichael's Chavis Michael Is the person who had the shotgun And fired the shots. That killed Ahmed Arbitrary and George. Mcmichael is the father who is standing in the back of the pickup truck with a three fifty seven magnum. A talk about why Gregory McMichael in particular is problematic in this case. Certainly we believe that the police did not arrest these murderous fob and said do also the cost Gregory met. Michael was a former police officer and had a thirty year. Employment will as a detected as a DA with the local district attorney. Glenn cowards so we believe they did not want to arrest their friends their colleagues and so that is what reason. We suspect Jonathan that they didn't arrest him. The other reason is even more heinous. We believe because Aubrey was a young for American that the police simply took the word of his white careless that he was up to no good that he was committing a burglary without doing any of appropriate investigation. Apparently because you know if he was A. Where's the burglar's mask? Where's the Burgers toes whereas the burger bags you know whereas the incident allegations of burglaries in this neighborhood? In the past says they suspended he had committed burglaries before. Or is it simply? They know that he wasn't a burger but it didn't matter because they had made a decision that they were not going to rest their France. Who happened to me? The killing this young black man

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Suspects in Ahmaud Arbery shooting make first court appearance

KOGO At Night

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Suspects in Ahmaud Arbery shooting make first court appearance

"A brief court appearance today for the white Georgia father and son who police say shot and killed an unarmed black man who was out for a run four days after the shooting death of Ahmad armory the father and son caught on camera chasing down and shooting the twenty five year old black man on a residential street have been charged with murder in their first court appearance today former police officer Gregory McMichael and his son Travis will read their rights issued no plea and were denied bond the shooting back in February did not get national attention until this week when a video was posted of the incident the two men involved were not charged for ten weeks within forty eight hours of becoming involved the Georgia bureau investigation took Nick Michaels into custody and said more arrests might be coming including the person who filmed

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"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on The News Junkie

The News Junkie

11:29 min | 1 year ago

"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on The News Junkie

"This has undoubtedly been the first big host covid story this story about this unarmed Black Jogger. That was shot and killed by this father and son in Brunswick Georgia has exploded and it's interesting just to have another story out there. I mean just to have something is grabbing headlines. That's on the top of all the news websites. That's not related to covid. Nineteen just legitimately a completely different story that has people all fired up and ready to go but we knew very little about this and I. I've seen a couple tidbits about somebody being shot in a neighborhood in Georgia and then everything changed when that video leaked out and the video was not released intentionally. As far as I can tell it looks like somebody just got a hold of this and leaked it out to the press and it was about a thirty second video on this video. You see a truck driving. That's the person that's filming. And there's another truck in the road that blocks off the road for this jogger and these two people got guns and it looks like it's out of like the eighteen hundreds or something for God's sake minus distrusting. Yeah just very very very weird to see this happening. Then there's an altercation and then this guy gets killed. He ends up getting shot and killed by this father and son duo but we didn't know what the hell led to all of this now as of last night there have been arrests so after the pressure from the public after everybody reacting to that video there have been arrest of Gregory McMichael is sixty four year old man. That's the father and Travis McMichael. The thirty four year old son. Those two were arrested on Thursday night on murder. They were arrested for murder charges count. I don't know if they did. Let me see what they say. This Georgia Bureau of Investigation. Gb I got involved and they just hauled ass and pulled up to this House and Yanked these folks out and arrested them. It doesn't say just says arrested for murder in what I'm seeing now Initially they had not been arrested. There was a lot of stuff going on. And you gotta remember beyond the racial implications here. There's other stuff going on to a lot of tossing around the phrase good old boys because this used to be high up in law enforcement in this town and then when you investigate one of your own it just so happens that you find them not guilty of anything or not worthy of charges. It does a charges of murder and aggravated assault. That sort of then. They find some stuff though Like digging past posts on facebook from these guys artists. You know anything about that that biggest. Obviously it's been word of mouth can't Haven't seen it myself. But I'll see if I can find. I heard nothing about that. I did hear that they. They knew who this guy was. They had some previous run in with him. They didn't say exactly when that was but both the father and son had been arrested really for a while they were saying. We're waiting on a grand jury grand. Juries aren't in session because of what's happening with the covert and here. We are so they finally did something so. I've got the information and that's what's most important. This is the incident report when this happened. It says on Sunday February twenty third twenty twenty. I responded to the intersection until driving. Homes drive in reference to shots fired while in Route. I was advised there were shots. Fired a male on the ground quote bleeding on quote a short time later. I was advised. The Mail on the ground was deceased. Upon my arrival I observed officer Minhsiu setting up a perimeter. I began speaking with Gregory McMichael. Who was a witness to the incident? But Michael stated there have been several break ins in the neighborhood and the suspect was caught on surveillance video and what are these incidents. Mcmichael stated he was in his yard and saw the suspect from the break INS quote hauling ass unquote down until the drive toward Buford Drag McMichael stated Iran inside. His House called Travis his son and said Travis. The guy is running down the street. Let's go McMichael stated. He went to his bedroom and grabbed his three fifty seven. You know because that's what you do right. We've got a guy out here. Let's get the gun and chase him down instead of calling the actual police. You're not up by an officer of the law anymore. So grabbed his three fifty seven. Magnum and Travis grabbed his shotgun because they didn't know if the mail was armed or not medical stated the other night they saw the same male and he stuck his hand down his pants which led them to believe. She was armed fixing his testicles. Like all guys do well. This is what they're suggesting like okay. Here's our reasoning for having the guns and chasing after alumnae really the raising reasoning for having the guns and chasing after the guy was because you wanted vigilante justice because racist pieces of crap that will because thought this guy was the guy had robbed other places in the neighborhood now checking on that too. Because that's that's what they keep running with rob multiple place in the neighborhood. There was only one reported robbery in the neighborhood in this past well in twenty twenty in this particular area then there was another guy who said he got a bunch of fishing equipment and stuff stolen but he didn't report it to the police. So that's that's what supposedly happening in the neighborhood so it can continue. Let me just get through this real quick. 'cause there's not too much more. Mcmichael Michael stated he and Travis. Gotten the truck so now the fathering center in the truck driving down the road after this this guy who was jogging his blackout. Mcmichael stated that. When he arrived at the intersection they saw the unidentified male running down. Buford Drive McMichael then stated Travis. Drive DROVE DOWN. Buford at attempted to cut off the mail. Now you're cutting him off in the road now. He is really legally able to defend himself. If something happens McMichael state of the unidentified male turned around and began running back the direction from which came. They attempted to block them but were unsuccessful. They said he jumped into the bed of the truck. And he and Travis continued after this guy so this keeps running away from you over and over and over and over again you them off here you chase them down here he keeps running away from you and you keep chasing him down so you know what you're getting yourself into. This is the end of it here. Mcmichael stated they saw the unidentified male and shouted Stop Stop. We want to talk to. You. Need doesn't have to stop big. Michael said they pulled up beside the mail and shouted stop again. This is one of the guy. Got Out of the truck with a shotgun. Then the unidentified male began to violently attack Travis and the two men started fighting over the shotgun at that point. Travis fired a shot and a second later. There was a second shot. Mcmichael stated demand fell face down onto the pavement with his hand or his body. They said they rolled demand over to see. If you had a weapon. Shocker he did not have a weapon now. Arbitrary is dead. Yeah He's twenty two. What's you know? You WanNa be a vigilante. Is there no sort of like citizens awraz student no option to detain? You brought out a shotgun. That sounds content to me. What did you? What did you think what's going to happen? How about? Don't approach the guy at all to call nine one one and let the police do it and if you really wanted to follow behind him aways back some executive? Stay on the phone with the police. The moment you engage with this person with loaded weapons fear for their life and are allowed to run away and defend themselves if they if they see fit while one of the key points is that they blocked off the road in front of him. If you if you're blocking this person's path you're now forcing them into an altercation. They can defend themselves. And that's where you get the murder charges from so despite where Adam. There was a photo that circulated and it's looking like it was miss. Captioned is what snow his now Defined it at ours is being false or true a photograph that shows governor or Georgia governor. Brian Kemp with Gregory McMichael under of the two men charged in the slaying of Aubrey. And it was it was him the McMichael guys wearing the trump hats and then islam-phobic shirt with sheriff says yeah I can read a laws not God and then it gets cut off but they said that it was a Muslim anyway. They said well. I mean but it just like going to the point that he's he's racing they're using the trump had and the the photo was controversial for different reasons when it started circulating in two thousand eighteen. Not the first time that that photo has gone viral. So this guy has popped up before stories and then the other thing and I'm not GonNa read all this. I'm GONNA spare you. But the office of the District Attorney released their information right and it. They they defended this father and son which clearly had a relationship with the police department and they said why they were going to do an arrest. There was an actual rest and one thing that I think people should be aware of is that there's something else that's going to come out on this. Because they said let me see what could armories mental health records and prior convictions. Help explain his apparent aggressive nature and is possible. Thought Pattern to attack an armed man without going into detail. They've just said they're what they're going to start to use on this. Apparently there's some sort of mental health record with this guy in the past and prior convictions with the guy who was shot and killed as well. Now Look I'm not suggesting that that's a reason to do this. I'm suggesting that's what's going to come out as a defense for these people in the next couple of weeks. Let's say there's no prior convictions? No indication of some sort of mental issues. In the past. If you run away and then they continue to block you the new runaway again. They continue to block. You feel like the logical adrenaline is rushing. Fight or flight move would be to get the shotgun out of the person trying to attack either hand. Y'All personally I don't. I don't care if you had mental issues or if he had prior criminal convictions. It doesn't it doesn't change anything for me. I'm not trying to convince you but I'm saying they're gonNA use that line. You know that people are going to jump on it and somehow justify this murder. Well you know what this is like. Remember the story about gotta get some of the details wrong. I think she was a dallas. Police officer she went to the wrong floor the apartment building and shot the guy. She was in her apartment in that story which was awful afterwards. They leaked this information. They're like he had marijuana at his house. And you go what who cares? Yeah how did this change anything? So after something happens like this they start to eke out information that this guy had mental health issues. This guy had a criminal conviction record. It doesn't matter. These people got in a truck and chased him down the road and by definition lynched him in the street in that neighborhood. They hunted him. Yeah they did. They hunted him down because they thought they were going to get some sort of revenge on. Somebody was stealing stuff in their neighborhood. All the neighbors were calling in is all this was going on and it's going to be very very hard for them to escape anything but the murder charges that they're facing right now. I think they've got a really hard defense to make here moving forward. We'll see what you think on it. We'll get your dispatches from the news junkie APP if you don't have it or if you're new to the show entirely all you have to do is search for a news junkie in the APP store but that's a big one. It's it's crazy that finally there's the first big post covid. Nineteen.

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"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"Again to city. A story gained national attention in recent weeks. A twenty five year old was shot down as we all know by sixty four year. Old Gregory McMichael and is thirty four year old son Travis McMichael while he was jogging in the Brunswick Georgia neighborhood on it happened in February but by main there was still no arrest to his case which prompted his family band justice by sharing his story of course a prosecutor later recused himself from the case claiming that the men were protected by state statute in a fatal shooting because they felt threatened but many people question how they felt threatened when they chased after him did. Gbi also said the McMichael men were both charged with murder and aggravated assault. Were taken into custody. Thursday we'll be booked into the Glenn County jail They said that. This case is being investigated with partnership with the district. Attorney who Tuesday's ago formally requested GB. Investigate I don't know why you work at them now when you can adjust did this but whatever so we're GonNa see I guess what happens. They've been charged arrested. Make by There is a new You can go online. I believe it's called. I run with Maude and a U. D. DOT COM. They're going to be doing a livestream tomorrow. They're asking everybody if you want to do a two point two three mile walk jog or run for in honor of a and you don't share your pictures they're gonna be streaming it you know as you know. Show support of his family solidarity and everything like that. So if anybody's able I'll know the weather's supposed to be crazy over here tomorrow but can't get out. You have a treadmill at home and WanNa to do that or something. If you want to get involved go to. Eireann with Maude. Madd DOT COM. So I'd have we know you're not going to you. Do a brisk walk. You know because the yes she she can. You don't 'cause you're gonNA work it out. Even though it's filled with fluid or whatever's going on my knee you still got to work it out so it says worse any A. Let's take a quick break city. We're cousins okay. Going TO SAY. Let me read you. Check of your comments out. Hey has good. Monica's thank you for joining going on. Have you been quarantining yourself in? That house. Getting is crazy but their story. I believe have video not been leaked so the public still probably would have never been hearing about the Daegu story. It's ridiculous that's already had me heated. Yesterday I was mad as hell. I wanted to go out there and to start fighting right right and I can't. I can't do that because I didn't WANNA be. You know I WANNA be a headline I mean. It's so hard sometimes. Because he accidentally saw video. I didn't go to get out and then I saw what it was and so sometimes I feel like sharing. Those videos are so upsetting to me right. It doesn't bring aware I will share it. You know should you not share it but if you know certain videos we have to share? Because if we don't won't bring lights and situation and we won't know about it. Somebody has since to me in my inbox. Because I don't I don't believe yours must meet a little bit videos like that counts somebody. I was with them losing Michael Right. Well Marsh Yeah and he recorded so no you need to be charged as an accomplice Yang. Get Off Right. You may not have done a but you can give them some competent conspiracy charges because that's greatness.

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2 men charged with murder in fatal shooting of black jogger

Mike Gallagher

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

2 men charged with murder in fatal shooting of black jogger

"One couple of arrests in a case that has sparked national outrage if shooting of a black jogger allegedly by two white men in Georgia Georgia bureau of investigation has announced sixty four year old Gregory McMichael and his thirty four year old son Travis but Michael have been jailed on charges of murder and aggravated assault the fatal shooting of twenty five year old Ahmad armory just outside Brunswick Georgia the shooting occurred in February but the public release of cell phone video that appeared to show the incident sparked a national

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White Georgia man, son charged with murder in shooting of unarmed black man

AP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

White Georgia man, son charged with murder in shooting of unarmed black man

"Georgia authorities are announcing the arrest of a white father and son reportedly videotaped in the shooting death of a black man our Mike Russia reports the Georgia bureau of investigation says sixty four year old Gregory McMichael and thirty four year olds Travis with Michael are charged with murder and aggravated assault in the February twenty third shooting of Ahmad armory just outside Brunswick the McMichael's pursued arboreta pickup truck and told police they believed he was

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Father and son arrested and charged with murder in death of Ahmaud Arbery

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Father and son arrested and charged with murder in death of Ahmaud Arbery

"Two arrests now in the February killing of an unarmed black jogger in Georgia arrest brought on by the release of a cell phone video of the shooting and this prompted nationwide outrage CDS Ammar Strawson the Georgia bureau of investigation says in a statement that murder charges have been filed against the white father and son sixty four year old Gregory McMichael and thirty four year old Travis McMichael the father is a former cop they've also been charged with aggravated assault and booked into the Glynn county jail the arrests come as the video has gone viral video showing an unarmed black man Ahmad armory jogging through a residential stretch when he was confronted and shot dead in Gregory make Michaels as they chased after armory because they suspected him in a series of neighborhood burglaries just outside the port city of Brunswick armories mothers as your son was into fitness and was just out for a daily jog when he was confronted by the make Michaels he was twenty five

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White Georgia man, son charged with murder in shooting of unarmed black man

AP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

White Georgia man, son charged with murder in shooting of unarmed black man

"Georgia authorities are announcing the arrest of a white father and son reportedly videotaped in the shooting death of a black man our Mike Russia reports the Georgia bureau of investigation says sixty four year old Gregory McMichael and thirty four year old Travis with Michael are charged with murder and aggravated assault in the February twenty third shooting of Ahmad armory just outside Brunswick the McMichael's pursued arboreta pickup truck and told police they believed he was a

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Family demands arrests after son was fatally shot while jogging

WBZ Midday News

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Family demands arrests after son was fatally shot while jogging

"Mates family of a man in Georgia who was shot to death while jogging is calling for authorities to make arrests on the man responsible for his death Ahmad's Aubrey's mother Wanda Cooper spoke to NBC's today show and shared how she's fell following the murder of her son in February we since it happened I just wanted to see it and think about what he was thinking that lacks this up as a sign he didn't know he was in the last minutes of five he he was he was unaware of what was going on he does his job you know and let's not get harm's way he had no idea according to police armory was chased down and killed by Gregory McMichael a son Travis while running through a neighborhood in Brunswick Georgia officials say the twenty five year old who was on armed struggle with the man over a shot gun before result me killed neither the meadow involved been arrested or charged the men claim armory looks like a suspect in recent robberies the victim's family argues he was just

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"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:01 min | 1 year ago

"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Released a video that shows the shooting and so these protests started Emily Jones of Georgia public broadcasting has been following the story good morning Emily good morning what do we know what happened on that day so Amman armory was out for a jog and a man named Gregory McMichael's saw artery running by and called his son Travis McMichael they got their guns hopped in a pickup truck and confronted armory and then one of them Travis McMichael allegedly shot him and we're saying allegedly but these two men have said they shot him right they said that one of them shot him what do you see a reason while they sit in a string of break ins in the neighborhood and that armory had shown up on security cameras and they said they were making a citizen's arrest but one of the organizers of the protest that we've seen Travis riddle says that argument doesn't really make much sense what ward Judit state you to beat out the chill the prosecutor in the offer but you could think this man again yep we will be able track and that the protest yesterday they were actually handing out running bids like you might where in a in a race that said that had the hash tag I run with mod on them because they're really just stressing the fact that he seems to have just been out for a jog like many people do and now there is video showing what happened this all went down in late February two months ago why haven't the authorities there done anything well that's a major question and source of the anger around this case one reason for it is procedural to district attorneys have had to remove themselves from the case because one of the men who confronted armory Gregory make Michael worked as an investigator in the Brunswick DA's office for more than twenty years but the protestors and lawyers for the family also say that police were slow to act because Mick Michael used to work in local law enforcement and still has ties to the police and DA's office are in fact the family's lawyers say that the whole system in the area is compromised and they're calling on federal authorities to step in they've asked the justice department to begin investigating so a lot of attention drawn to this small town you've been talking to people there what are they saying about the shooting and the fallout from the shooting well there's a lot of anger on social media really since it happened but now that the video has come out this week showing the shooting it's really inflamed the community and interestingly it's fueled outrage outside the bounds of the usual places a lot of people across racial and racial and the political spectrum are calling for justice and questioning why the McMichael's were never arrested but for armories mom Wanda Cooper Jones it's also personal and more than two months later it's still raw he had ambitions I mean he had plans amat was still young she had dreams that day wasn't revealed and he love live in the fly Emily should we expect a resolution to this anytime soon that's hard to say the Georgia bureau of investigation has now stepped in but they're asking for patience and Georgia has also stopped grand jury proceedings until June because of the corona virus pandemic so we don't really know we don't really know the M. Emily Jones Savannah bureau chief for Georgia public broadcasting's Emily thanks thank you over the past week president trump and his team have repeatedly claims to have intelligence showing the new coronavirus accidentally leaked out of a lab in China an official statement from America's intelligence chief says there is not yet conclusive evidence for that theory outside scientists say the chances of a lab accident or very small enters Geoff Brumfiel has been looking into these claims president trump was asked about the possibility of a leak from the lab by fox news last week and his answer was unequivocal have you seen anything at this point that gives you a high degree of confidence that they will have instituted for ology what is the origin of these fires yes yes I have secretary of state Mike Pompeii echoed that claim on Sunday both men cited classified intelligence but neither one divulged what evidence they had meanwhile a statement from the office of the director of national intelligence stated that the intelligence community was still looking into the theory former CIA deputy director Michael Morell says from what he's seeing trump is way ahead of the intelligence community when he discusses a lab accident I just don't think the evidence is there yet either from the intelligence community or from the scientific community to give the president the credibility to actually say that he says the situation reminds him of the run up to the Iraq war specifically when vice president Dick Cheney claimed there was a link between al Qaeda and Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein even though intelligence agencies had not yet reached a conclusion and then he continued to say that even after the intelligence community made the assessment that there was no relationship between Iraq and al Qaeda morale isn't the only one who sees parallels between the Iraq war in the current crisis Jeffrey Lewis is a professor at the Middlebury institute of International Studies he says in the case of Iraq the administration's interests warped intelligence and he fears it could be happening again they are creating these enormous incentives within the intelligence community to tell them what they want to hear so they can do what they want to do and things get even murkier outside the intelligence agencies in the case of a rock US agencies were fed to forge documents made to show a rock was trying to get uranium from Niger Lewis thinks the forgers were just after money and it could happen again let me tell you there are a lot of people around the world who would be only too delighted to fabricate a Chinese document talking about how there was an escape at the laboratory will want Rebecca Heinrichs of the conservative Hudson institute says she thinks intelligence analysts know how to keep politics out of their sustenance I don't think that they would come to the conclusion that this may have happened because they're feeling pressure from the top end Heinrichs believes trump doesn't actually have much political motivation for pushing the lab accident theory nothing does not need to have come from a lab in order for there to be perfectly legitimate case to be made that a lot of this illness and economic devastation is the fault of the Chinese government for former CIA deputy Michael Morell says he worries this is just part of a broader pattern president trump has put a lot of pressure on the intelligence community over the last three years to see the world the way he sees it any says past experience shows that pressure can lead to big mistakes Geoff Brumfiel NPR news Washington believe it or not there is a place in this world where no one is thinking about social distancing at all here's Molly Samuel of member station W. 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B. the mosaic expedition is an international project to study the warming arctic for a year scientists from all over the world are taking turns living in an icebreaker frozen alongside an ice flow in the Arctic Ocean so looking around me from the ship's bridge I can see the CI stretching away to the horizon in every direction Chris Marseille is a research associate at the university of Georgia he studies trace elements that get deposited on the ocean surface when he left for his three month shift the corona virus was only known to be in China no one on the ship has gotten that were able to get on with our daily work we sit together for our meals and sit with each other to chat in the evenings Marseille and his colleagues were supposed to have left the ship last month but because of the pandemic those flights were canceled it's been kind of surreal to hear of the restrictions on daily life for family and friends back home and there be plenty of conversations on board about how strange will be to get back and be confronted with a completely different way of life than that which we left in January some worry for friends and family back home now the plan is to break out of the ice and meet another ship so people can rotate on and off the new arrivals will be quarantined in a way Marseille says he and the others feel lucky to be on board I never expected to come to the middle of the Arctic Ocean and have my daily life be less restricted than it would be at home but in many ways that's certainly the case at the moment Marseille says some people are eager to get off the ship others served okay with staying as long as they can for NPR news I'm Molly Samuel support for NPR comes from member stations and from Charles Schwab swap believes a modern approach to wealth management starts with asking questions Charles Schwab own your tomorrow learn more at Schwab dot com and the law firm Cooley LLP with offices in the US Europe and Asia coolly advises entrepreneurs investors financial institutions and established companies around the world where innovation meets the law it's morning edition on WNYC I'm Sean Carlson as the corona virus pandemic continues to roil the nation some companies are weighing whether to keep giving workers hazard pay WNYC's George Joseph reports city MD is York city's largest urgent care chain and last week they ended hazard pay for their employees in an email to staff the company said business conditions could no longer support the three dollar an hour raise misperception and potentially amongst the general public that healthcare organizations are very busy right now that's Matt gov a company spokesman he said the number of patients drop significantly in April maybe because people were staying home and the company reasoned with fewer patients the work was less hazardous that we try to make decisions based on the long term health of the company the decision upsets some employees one of them said they're still working in confined spaces with victims of the virus as long as we're working through an emergency we differ however K. everybody in this city because you're taking a left that's a city MD medical scribe she asked to remain anonymous for fear of being fired and I took the job because I I love health care and I wanted to get my foot in the door and then to be treated like that children really I opening tensions over hazard pay or simmering across the country making companies like target and Amazon have promised to keep paying more but many hazard pay programs are temporary labor union officials note that bigger firms often have greater flexibility when it comes to hazard pay here's me how resort ski a teachers union researcher and co author of a book on Walmart's market advantages as a large corporation it's a large businesses whether in normal times or during a crisis like this pandemic are generally much better position to weather storms they have greater reserves they have importantly much better access to credit in New York powerful health care unions like local eleven ninety nine have.

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"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on AP News

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"gregory mcmichael" Discussed on AP News

"The parents of a black man shot and killed while being pursued by a white father and son in the Georgia neighborhood walked the 2 arrested a cellphone video made public in Brunswick Georgia purports to show the February 23 shooting death of 25 year old almond Arbury who was on an afternoon jog his mother Wanda Cooper Jones he had dreams that day wasn't for field attorney Lee Merritt tells reporters 3 shots 3 shot gun blast which goes towards the mindset of the shooter that is intent was to kill the model number retired district attorney's investigator Gregory McMichael told investigators he and his son thought are very fit the description of a burglary suspect and then when his son confronted him the 2 struggled over a shot gun and are very was killed I'm typical wire

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Georgia family demands arrests 2 months after son shot dead

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Georgia family demands arrests 2 months after son shot dead

"The parents of a black man shot and killed while being pursued by a white father and son in the Georgia neighborhood walked the two arrested a cellphone video made public in Brunswick Georgia purports to show the February twenty third shooting death of twenty five year old almond Arbury who was on an afternoon jog his mother Wanda Cooper Jones he had dreams that day wasn't for field attorney Lee Merritt tells reporters three shots three shot gun blast which goes towards the mindset of the shooter that is intent was to kill the model number retired district attorney's investigator Gregory McMichael told investigators he and his son thought are very fit the description of a burglary suspect and then when his son confronted him the two struggled over a shot gun and are very was killed I'm typical wire

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Shocking Video Leaked in Shooting Death of Ahmaud Arbery

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"Video now out showing the shooting of a man almost Aubrey last month in Brunswick Georgia the victim a black man the attackers to white men a father and son A. B. C.'s can moan the father Gregory McMichael is an ex cop and former investigator with the local DA's office in a sun have not been charged at the time of the shooting Gregory McMichael told investigators he thought it was a burglary suspect in ordered him to stop claiming his son got out of the truck and then Arbury began to violently attack him a lawyer for arborists family says they make Michaels are using a citizen's arrest statute in Georgia to justify the shooting

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