William "Roddie" Bryan is facing charges of felony murder and criminal attempt to commit false imprisonment in the Arbery case.
The state hasn't had a statute on the books in 16 years, and now, legislators are considering two bills.
William “Roddie” Bryan Jr., who participated in chasing Arbery and filmed the encounter, overheard Travis, according to a state investigator.
All three families have the same high-profile lawyers, and they're calling on the UN Human Rights Commission to get involved.
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The Arbery family's attorney called the failure to arrest Travis and George McMichael "a vast conspiracy."
William "Roddie" Bryan Jr., who filmed the killing of Arbery, was charged with felony murder and criminal attempt to commit false imprisonment.
“I’m just so aggravated because I work hard, six days a week,” Arbery said at one point during the incident.
Texts revealed a local cop basically deputized Gregory McMichael to help a nearby property owner with any trespassers.
“There is more than one video of the incident,” an attorney for Greg McMichael said. “The truth will reveal that this is not just another act of violent racism.”
“We have a law that not only would allow what happened in Georgia but actually goes a step further,” one South Carolina Democrat told VICE News.