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White Father And Son Savagely Kill Young Black Man Jogging In Their Neighbourhood With Impunity!

Ahmaud Marquez Arbery, 25, was murdered on Feb. 23, in the Satilla Shores neighbourhood of Brunswick, Georgia, after he was purposely followed and confronted on a street by two gun-wielding white men on a truck, Gregory McMichael and his son, Travis McMichael, according to a Glynn County Police report

Ahmaud and his mother

Mr Arbery was a former high school football player and a fitness enthusiast who was known in the neighbourhood for jogging regularly

On the tragic day of 23 Feb, as Mr Arbery jogged past 64years old Gregory McMichael, the retired Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney investigator, ordered his son Travis McMichael to fetch their killer weapons and they started following the unsuspecting Black man in their truck

Their excuse for going after the young innocent man was that he looked like a robbery suspect in a string of break-ins. Despite their admission that they basically hunted down and murdered an innocent terrified man who did nothing wrong; as of today 29th April, the two white men are yet to be arrested

From Asia to the Americas the racial assault and intentional murders of Blacks continue unabated; the question is, how have these horrors from non Blacks damaged the psyche and mental health of Africans worldwide?

Source: World News Media- Images: Facebook

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  1. Billy Bob Billy Bob May 9, 2020

    Stringer Bell
    3 hours ago
    December 2013.

    BRUNSWICK, Ga. – A quick acting police officer in Brunswick stopped a teenager with a loaded gun from entering a high school basketball game Tuesday night.

    Police arrested 19-year-old Ahmaud Marquez Avery (pictured below), who is not a student at Brunswick.

    “The man ran through the parking lot. I tried to get him to stop as well. He would not stop for us,” said Glynn County Schools Chief of Police, Rod Ellis. “We ended up chasing him to the back of the school were other officers helped us apprehend him.”

    Ellis said the .380 caliber semi-automatic handgun slipped out of the teen’s pants.

    A parent, who did not want to be identified, told Channel 4 he saw the gun as he was about to enter the school gym. He said police were everywhere.

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