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    Guns Network Contributor 01/2015 Altarboy's Avatar

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    Anybody watching the Ahmaud Arbery murder trial?

    I'm told that a black militia has formed outside the courthouse. How is that allowed?

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    Based on the videos, if the shooter isn't found guilty, then more than the black militia need to protest.

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    All three defendants were found guilty, but only Travis McMichael was found guilty on all counts. The other two were found not guilty on minor charges, but were found guilty on all the felony charges.

    Justice was done here, too.
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    This case was basically the polar opposite of the Rittenhouse case. While Kyle did everything right, these guys did everything wrong.
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    Oh I agree. It's just the dysfunction on the part of all players. A prowler who passes as a jogger. Rednecks who chase people down. I'm glad I live in the woods.

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    I wonder about someone stopping to look in a home under construction...oh wait, my wife and I did it all the time. Wanted to see the different construction techniques, styles, ideas, and just basic curiosity about how well the different builders build. So was Arbery just curious about how homes are built? Why not.

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    "A good portion of the opening statements focused on the fact that Mr. Arbery had been spotted inside the partly built house on the McMichaels’ block moments before the men chased him. Mr. Arbery had been captured on surveillance cameras visiting the house four other times, but no evidence has emerged that he ever took anything.

    Judge Timothy R. Walmsley of Superior Court has prohibited the jury from hearing that Mr. Arbery, according to court documents, was suffering from mental illness, and had reported auditory delusions that sometimes commanded him to “rob and steal.” The judge also prohibited jurors from hearing about Mr. Arbery’s criminal record, saying it was “neither relevant or admissible.”"
    https://www.nytimes.com/2021/11/05/u...ery-trial.html

    odd how agenda media doesn't mention these facts, nor that one doesnt usually go for a run in construction boots
    "And how we burned in the camps later thinking, what would things have been like, if every security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain, whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family?"

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    Yeah I never bought the innocent jogger narrative.
    He wasn't a good guy. They were even worse. I live in the woods because people become more goofy and dangerous every day.

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    Innocent jogger my ass.....we all know damn good and well why he kept going back, but obviously the workers at the site were smart enough not to leave anything of value lying about for some random "jogger" to steal.

    But it's their own stupidity that it even went to trial. No charges were brought and they would have probably walked away scot-free if one of the dumbasses wouldn't have taken a video of the incident to some radio or TV station and it went viral. Duh!!!
    Where are we going and why are we in this handbasket???

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    my cwp instructor said, if you ain't got a dog in the fight, don't shoot somebody.

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