Photo: Ahmaud Arbery murder verdict reveals primitive emotions

Brunswick, Georgia – On Wednesday, three white men were convicted of murder for shooting Ahmad Arbery, a 25-year-old black man.

65-year-old Gregory McMichael and his 35-year-old son Travis McMichael and their neighbor William “Rody” Bryan Jr., 52, ran through the coastal port city of Brunswick in Abery During the nearby Satila Coast Division, they drove a pickup truck to chase Abery. The young McMichael shot him to death.

These people later said that they were trying to arrest a citizen and Travis McMichael was in self-defense because he fired after Abery rushed towards him and his gun at the last minute.

People stood and sat in the courtroom.

On November 24, 2021, in Brunswick, Georgia, Greg McMichael (center) and his son Travis McMichael (left) watched their family sitting in the gallery walk into the courtroom. The Green County Court read out the jury’s verdict.

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People raised their arms behind the roadblock.

After the guilty verdict, people reacted outside the Green County courthouse.

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Two people hug.

Ahmad Arbery’s mother, Wanda Cooper-Jones, was hugged by a supporter after being found guilty.

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A person is holding a sign that says, "I ran with Ahmed," In the crowd outdoors.

A woman held up a sign during the rally to protest the Abery shooting in Brunswick.

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Two people hug.

After a jury found Travis McMichael guilty in the Green County Court, Abery’s father Marcus Abery (center) was embraced by his lawyer Benjamin Crump.

(Stephen B. Morton / Pool Photo)

A woman is standing next to a painting of a man outside the building.

In February 2021, Arbery’s mother Wanda Cooper-Jones holds his son’s painting during a candlelight vigil at New Springfield Baptist Church in Waynesboro, Georgia.

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A man is holding a shotgun in court.

Brian Leppard, a gun expert at the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, examined a 12-caliber Remington pump shotgun as part of the evidence during the trial in the Green County Court.

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People embrace.

After the jury made its verdict in court, lawyer Laura Hogg (right) embraced Greg McMichael’s wife, center Leigh McMichael and his daughter Lindsey McMichael.

(Stephen B. Morton/Associated Press)

People raised their arms outdoors.

After the guilty verdict, people reacted to the appearance of Arbery’s family and their lawyers outside the Green County Courthouse.

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A group of people outdoors.

After the verdict, Wanda Cooper-Jones, lawyer Lee Merritt (right) and Pastor Al Sharpton were welcomed outside the court.

(Sean Rayford/Getty Images)

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