Atlanta, Georgia 2021-11-24 17:57:40 –
Reactions struck around Atlanta and throughout Georgia after Travis McMichael, Greg McMichael, and William Roddy Brian were convicted of most of Amado Arbury’s death. Celebrities from across Peach County have joined, including Georgia Governor Brian P. Kemp.
“Amad Arbury was a victim of vigilantism not found in Georgia. The Arbury family, Brunswick Community, I, as legal efforts continue to hold everyone responsible. I hope that our state, and the people of the whole country who have followed his case, can now follow the path of healing and reconciliation. “
US Senator John Osov has expressed sadness for his family’s loss of Amado Arbury.
“I would like to express my deepest condolences to the Arbury family. Thank you to the jury and the court for their service. Armaud Arbury is from him, from his family, from the many who knew and loved him, and from him. Was a young man who lost his life to the countless lives he would have touched on in the coming decades. The murderer of Ahmaud Arbery is held accountable, but the murderer must be prosecuted in history. Civil rights mobilization was required. The murder was largely exempt and further investigation is needed to determine how and why the authorities first refused to track the case. The struggle needed to secure the situation and prosecution underscores the urgency of reforms to achieve equal justice in the United States. “
US House of Representatives David Scott, chair of the House of Representatives Agricultural Commission, today issued the following statement on the verdict of McMichael and Brian’s trial.
“This is one of the finest days in the history of our country, because by this ruling they have the right, even though only one of the twelve juries was black. He was found guilty of claiming the Arbury case in Georgia. The decision, the jury and our judicial system rose with a dedication to the right thing. “
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms issued the following statement:
“The jury is grateful that the three men responsible for the meaningless murder of Amado Arbury were found guilty of their crimes. This ruling has given Mr. Arbury’s family and people across the United States. I hope to give some relief to know that these men are being held liable for the lives of innocent young people. “
Atlanta Mayor Candidate and City Council Chair Felicia Moore have issued the following official statement regarding the verdict of the Amado Arbury case.
“Today we have justice and justice, so we can take a sigh of relief. We would like to express our condolences to Armode Arbury’s family and friends. And the verdict. Can’t get their loved ones back, but I hope this moment gives them some closure. “
Bishop Reginald T. Jackson, a prelate of the Sixth Diocese, issued a statement regarding Amado Arbury’s decision. The Episcopal District 6 of the African Methodist Episcopal Church (AME) consists of 534 churches in Georgia with a total of more than 90,000 parishioners.
“This jury has shown that justice can still win in our great democracy, and that fact is important. Even the lie of defense and the haze of fabrication, we are now true. There is an important fact that we know: First and foremost, without the faithful and decisive efforts of the Arbury family, this day would never have come. Each of us is in debt to them. Thank you for their strength, determination, and faith. Mr. Arbury has become part of our entire family, in this case he was and will continue to be a true victim. We will never forget to be.
Second, today is the accountability day needed for three criminals who have little respect for the rule of law. Third, this jury needs to praise all of us for faithfully bringing justice to our state and confirming the importance of black life.
Today, we concentrate and pray for the Arbury family, and not only will this decision bring gratitude, but it will begin to provide the peace they need for the horrific events they have suffered in the past few months. I hope. “
Finally, Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur M. Blank also issued a statement in support of the overflow of human rights and love for the Arbury family.
“Today’s verdict serves as a moment of justice and reminds us to steadily tackle the quest for human rights in Georgia and our country as a whole. We are ready to thank you together this season. I especially remember the tragedy of human life that was unreasonably shortened. I think there are too many Amad Aubrey loved ones and too many vacant seats at the table during times of fun. increase.
My hope is that from these tragedy in Georgia and across the country, we seek and find greater connections, common humanity, and respect. Our family foundation and corporate family unite people and celebrate what makes us all human, while helping our community respect all dignity: social justice, impartiality and justice. Brings a solution for. “
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