Ahmaud Arbery’s Convicted Killers Gregory McMichael, Travis McMichael and William “Roddie” Bryan Jr. Sentenced

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In February 2020, Ahmaud Arbery, 25, was sentenced to life in prison by a father, son, and their neighbors for jogging in a neighborhood near Brunswick, Georgia.

Judge Timothy Walmsley sentenced Travis McMichael, who shot Arbery, and his father Gregory McMichael, who watched the shooting from the back of a pickup truck, to life without parole.

Their neighbour William Bryan, who videotaped Arbery’s final moments, was sentenced to life parole for his role in the death. Bryan, 52, is ineligible for parole under Georgia law until he has served 30 years in prison because he was convicted of a serious violent felony.

In addition to the life sentence for murder, Walmsley also imposed additional sentences on other felony charges.

The additional statement is:

  • for Travis McMichael, Walmsley, 35, was sentenced to 20 years in prison for McMichael’s aggravated battery conviction and five years for criminal attempt to commit a felony conviction. The additional sentences will be served concurrently, but consecutively with life sentences, for a total of life without parole, plus 20 years in prison, the judge said.
  • for Gregory McMichael, the judge sentenced McMichael to 20 years for aggravated assault, 10 years for false imprisonment, and five years for criminal attempt to commit a felony. The additional sentences will be served concurrently, but consecutively with life sentences, for a total of life without parole, plus 20 years in prison, the judge said.
  • for William “Roddy” Bryan Jr., the judge sentenced him to an additional 10 years in prison for his false imprisonment conviction and an additional 5 years for his criminal attempt to commit a felony. The judge ruled that a total of 15 years of additional sentences would be suspended, leading to life in prison with the possibility of parole.

More background: A jury of nine white women, two white men and one black man convicted the men in November of murder, aggravated assault, false imprisonment and attempted crime.

What happens next: All three men’s defense teams said they plan to appeal the client’s conviction.

The men will return to court in February to begin their federal trials, where they will face hate crime charges stemming from Arbery’s death.



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