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All 3 Men Involved With Ahmaud Arbery Killing Sentenced for Federal Hate Crime

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All 3 Men Involved With, Ahmaud Arbery Killing , Sentenced for Federal Hate Crime.
On August 8, Gregory and Travis McMichael
were sentenced to life in prison for
the killing of Ahmaud Arbery.
On August 8, Gregory and Travis McMichael
were sentenced to life in prison for
the killing of Ahmaud Arbery.
CNN reports that both men faced
federal convictions this year for
interference with rights, a hate crime.
CNN reports that both men faced
federal convictions this year for
interference with rights, a hate crime.
The men also faced attempted kidnapping
and weapon use charges.
The men also faced attempted kidnapping
and weapon use charges.
Neighbor Wiliam "Roddie" Bryan Jr.,
who was also involved in Arbery's killing,
received a 35-year prison sentence.
Neighbor Wiliam "Roddie" Bryan Jr.,
who was also involved in Arbery's killing,
received a 35-year prison sentence.
CNN reports that all three men are already
serving life sentences for state convictions
on a series of charges, including felony murder.
CNN reports that all three men are already
serving life sentences for state convictions
on a series of charges, including felony murder.
Arbery's mother, Wanda Cooper-Jones, and other members
of Arbery's family asked the judge to give Travis McMichael
the maximum possible sentence under federal law.
Arbery's mother, Wanda Cooper-Jones, and other members
of Arbery's family asked the judge to give Travis McMichael
the maximum possible sentence under federal law.
My son was shot not one time,
not two times, but three times, Wanda Cooper-Jones, Ahmaud Arbery's mother, via CNN.
I feel every shot that
was fired every day, Wanda Cooper-Jones, Ahmaud Arbery's mother, via CNN.
In February, the three men
were found guilty
of federal charges.
The jury accepted prosecutors'
arguments that the men acted out
of racial animus toward Arbery. .
The jury accepted prosecutors'
arguments that the men acted out
of racial animus toward Arbery. .
Requests by both Travis and Gregory's
legal team to have the men serve their
sentences in federal prisons were denied. .
Requests by both Travis and Gregory's
legal team to have the men serve their
sentences in federal prisons were denied.