Trial closing arguments made in Georgia murder case

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BRUNSWICK, Ga. – Jurors in the murder trial of the three Georgia men charged in Ahmaud Arbery’s killing listened to hours of closing arguments Monday as four attorneys presented various views of what happened on that day early last year.

The prosecution said Arbery was “under attack” by white men who saw a Black man running in their small coastal neighborhood and hopped in pickup trucks to pursue him.

Defense attorneys for two of the men painted a picture of residents on edge about crime in the neighborhood and said the men were trying to detain Arbery for police. An attorney for the third said his client was a witness who merely documented the killing.

The nearly all-white panel of 12 jurors and three alternates is scheduled to hear a rebuttal from the prosecution Tuesday morning before receiving charging instructions and beginning deliberations.



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