3 DEFENDANTS IN AHMAUD ARBERY MURDER CASE FOUND GUILTY ON MOST COUNTS
The jury in the Ahmaud Arbery murder case has found Travis McMichael guilty on all 9 counts, his father, Greg, guilty on 8 of 9 counts, and William “Roddy” Bryan guilty on 6 of 9 counts.
A man identified as Arbery’s father jumped from his seat and cheered audibly after the judge read Travis McMichael’s first guilty verdict on the count of malice murder and was promptly escorted from the courtroom.
The judge then continued, reading the other eight guilty verdicts against Travis McMichael: Four counts of felony murder; two counts of aggravated assault; and one count each of false imprisonment and criminal attempt to commit a felony.
The 9 charges against each man were identical.
Moving on to Greg McMichael, Travis’s father and a former police officer, the judge announced the not guilty verdict on the count of malice murder, then read the guilty verdicts on the other 8 charges.
As for William Bryan, he was found not guilty of malice murder; one count of felony murder; and one count of aggravated assault. He was found guilty on the other 6 charges.