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Photos: Raw emotions spill over guilty verdicts in Ahmaud Arbery murder case

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BRUNSWICK, Georgia – Three white men were convicted of murder Wednesday in the shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old black man whose murder last year helped fuel a national debate on racial profiling and vigilantism.

Gregory McMichael, 65, his son, Travis McMichael, 35, and his neighbor William “Roddie” Bryan Jr., 52, chased Arbery in their trucks as he raced through their Satilla Shores subdivision near the port city. coastal Brunswick before the young McMichael shot him dead.

The men later said they were attempting to make a citizen’s arrest and that Travis McMichael was acting in self-defense, because he fired only after Arbery, in his final moments, pounced on him and his gun.

People stand and sit in a courtroom.

Greg McMichael, center, and his son, Travis McMichael, left, watch family members seated on the gallery as they enter the courtroom to read jury verdicts at the County Courthouse. Glynn on November 24, 2021 in Brunswick, Georgia. .

(Stephen B. Morton / Pool Photo)

People raise their arms behind a barricade.

People react outside the Glynn County Courthouse after guilty verdicts.

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Ahmaud Arbery’s mother, Wanda Cooper-Jones, is hugged by a supporter after guilty verdicts.

(Stephen B. Morton / Associated Press)

One person holds a sign that reads:

A woman holds a poster during a rally to protest the Arbery shooting in Brunswick.

(Stephen B. Morton / Associated Press)

Two people embrace.

Arbery’s father, Marcus Arbery, center, is hugged by his attorney Benjamin Crump after the jury convicted Travis McMichael in Glynn County court.

(Stephen B. Morton / Pool Photo)

A woman stands next to a painting of a man outside a building.

Wanda Cooper-Jones, Arbery’s mother, stands with a painting of her son during a candlelight vigil in her honor at New Springfield Baptist Church in Waynesboro, Georgia, in February 2021.

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A man holds a shotgun in court.

Firearms expert Brian Leppard of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation examines a 12-gauge Remington pump shotgun as part of the evidence during the trial at the Glynn County Courthouse.

(Stephen B. Morton / Associated Press)

People hug.

Attorney Laura Hogue, right, hugs Greg McMichael’s wife, Leigh McMichael, in the center, and their daughter, Lindsey McMichael, after the jury verdict in court.

(Stephen B. Morton / Associated Press)

People raise their arms in the open air.

People react to the appearance of the Arbery family and their attorneys outside the Glynn County Courthouse after the guilty verdicts.

(Sean Rayford / Getty Images)

A crowd in the open air.

Wanda Cooper-Jones, attorney Lee Merritt, right, and Reverend Al Sharpton are greeted out of court after the verdicts.

(Sean Rayford / Getty Images)

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