‘All Lives Matter’: Arbery’s Father Shocks Libs With Speech After Guilty Verdict

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Marcus Arbery, the father of Ahmaud Arbery, shook BLM leaders Wednesday in a speech he gave outside of the courthouse shortly after a guilty verdict was read against the three men involved in his son’s death.

“For real, all lives matter, not just black children, we don’t want to see nobody go through this,” Marcus Arbery said. “I don’t want to see no daddy watch their kid get [inaudible] or shot down like that.”

“So, it’s all our problem,” he continued. “It’s all our problem. So hey, let’s keep fighting and let’s keep doing it and making this place a better place for all human beings, all human beings, everybody. Love everybody. All human beings need to be treated equally.”



“The three men on trial in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery were convicted Wednesday by a Georgia jury on murder charges, closing a case that became a fixture of debates about racial injustice in America.

The three convicted in Arbery’s death are Greg and Travis McMichael, a father and son who chased after Arbery in February of 2020 in a pickup truck after they saw him running through their neighborhood, and their neighbor William “Roddie” Bryan, who recorded cellphone footage of Travis McMichael shooting Arbery.”

The turning point in the case was leaked footage from a motorist that contradicted McMichael’s claims that the shooting was in self-defense. During the court case, the defense explained that the men only exited their vehicle to confront Arbery after he refused to stop. The dashcam video showed that at least one man was standing outside the vehicle before Arbery approached. You could also make out in the video.

The video also contradicted the defense’s claims that Arbery attacked the group of men. In the footage, Arbery attempted to jog around McMichael’s truck to avoid the men but was met by one suspect once he made it to the other side. It is then that an altercation took place. The defense also failed to produce evidence of the alleged robbery the McMichael’s claim took place prior to the altercation.




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