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Gregory McMichael & Son, Travis shot dead a black man jogging in Georgia



A Georgia man identified as Ahmaud Arbery was chased and shot by Gregory McMichael & Son, Travis two months ago. But investigation relating to Ahmaud Arbery death are kept under the carpet.

The family of Ahmaud Arbery  are now demanding justice for the death of their son.

Relatives of  25 year old Ahmaud Arbery shot dead while jogging in southeast Georgia by a man and his son who chased him believing he was a burglar said Thursday they’re discouraged by the lack of charges in the case.

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How Gregory McMichael & Son Shot Ahmaud Arbery

Gregory McMichael had told the police they have sighted Ahmaud Arbery two times in the neighborhood and that he stuck his hand down his pants on that occasion, leading McMichael to believe he was armed.

Narating the story to the police Gregory McMicheal said he alerted his son Trevis after seeing Arbery jogging.

“Travis, the guy is running down the street, let’s go,” McMichael said, according to the report.

The two grabbed a shotgun and a pistol and followed Arbery in their truck, police said. Travis McMichael, the driver, followed Arbery and then attempted to cut him off, the report said. Arbery turned around and began running in the opposite direction, the police report said.

They chased Arbery to a nearby intersection where they caught up to him, the report said.

“Stop, stop, we want to talk to you,” Gregory McMichael shouted at Arbery, according to the police report.
Travis McMichael then exited truck with the shotgun, the police report said. His father told officers Arbery “violently attacked” his son, the report said, and they struggled over the gun. Travis McMichael fired two shots, the report said, and Arbery fell. Arbery was ruled dead by a coroner.

Neither Gregory McMichael nor his son, Travis, have been arrested in the shooting death

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