Ahmaud Arbery Murder Trial Day 3: Arbery’s Death Reveals New Details About What Really Happened


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By Rachel Pilgrim, The Root

Former Officers testify that the accused men changed stories, never saw Arbery burgularize any homes and more.

After Ahmaud Arbery was shot dead, an officer who responded to the scene testified that Gregory McMichael’s left hand was covered in blood.

McMichael, who initiated the chase, had checked the 25-year-old Black jogger’s body, as he lay bleeding on the pavement, for a weapon that he would never find…

McMichael’s account shifted when he spoke with a Glynn County detective at police headquarters late the same day. Whereas he’d first blamed the slain man for break ins at multiple houses, McMichael told Detective Parker Marcy the intruder had targeted a single home – one that was still under construction with no doors or windows.

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