Remember, if local authorities in Georgia had their way, no one would have ever been charged for the murder of Ahmaud Arbery. It took weeks of protest before charges were even brought in the case, 74 days after Arbery was shot and killed in February 2020.

Nov 24, 2021 · 6:51 PM UTC

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Sometimes the wheels of justice need some greasing. Shouldn’t be that way, but here we are
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Then they need to be removed from their position, because this will happen again if it's a non-white person.
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Wonder if they get an invite to Mar a lago
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If there was no video I believe there would have been no trial
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Weeks? It took 2 months
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Like the OP said, it was 74 days. 10 weeks 2 months you’re arguing semantics
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There now needs to be an investigation as to why that happened and who was responsible.
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The prosecutor at the time is now facing her own criminal trial in February for advising the elder McMichael to wash his hands and telling the police to stand down.
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