The killing was captured on video and shared around the world.
Ahmaud Arbery’s killing became part of a larger national reckoning on racial injustice after the graphic video leaked online two months later.
The prosecution gets the final word because it carries the burden of proving its case beyond a reasonable doubt.
The man who shot Ahmaud Arbery testified that he pulled the trigger in self-defense.
The jury heard 10 days of trial testimony that concluded last week.
Jurors in the trial of three white men charged in Ahmaud Arbery’s killing watched security camera videos that show other people entering a home under construction in the months before the 25-year-old Black man was chased and gunned down after running
The Justice Department brought federal hate crimes charges in the death of Ahmaud Arbery, charging a father and son who armed themselves, chased and fatally shot the 25-year-old Black man after spotting him running in their Georgia neighborhood.
Arbery was slain Feb. 23 when Greg and Travis McMichael, a white father and son, armed themselves and pursued the 25-year-old Black man.
The Georgia man who filmed cellphone video of Ahmaud Arbery's fatal shooting was arrested and charged with murder.
In any homicide, it’s important to interview witnesses immediately while the facts are still fresh in their minds and before they’ve had a chance to coordinate stories.
Gregory and Travis McMichael were arrested two months after the killing of Ahmaud Arbery, after video of the shooting appeared online and prompted outrage.
The killing of Arbery by people with links to law enforcement raises important questions over why it took so long to make arrests in the case.
This photograph was controversial for a different reason when it first started circulating in 2018.
Video of the Feb. 23 shooting of Ahmaud Arbery outside Brunswick, Ga. surfaced online and led to a swelling outcry.
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“The modern-day lynching of Mr. Arbery is yet another reminder of the vile and wicked racism that persists in parts of our country,” said the Rev. James Woodall, state president of the Georgia NAACP.