The Reality of Ahmaud Arbery’s Murder vs. the Race Obsession of Biden’s DOJ

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Travis McMichael speaks from the witness stand during his trial in Brunswick, Ga., November 17, 2021.
(Stephen B. Morton/Pool via Reuters)
Georgia’s successful state prosecution, which relied on hard evidence, not woke-left demagoguery, illustrates the politicized nature of the Justice Department’s civil-rights indictment.




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ustice was done in Georgia on Wednesday when a state-court jury convicted three defendants for the murder of Ahmaud Arbery. The guilty verdicts are not only the appropriate resolution of this mournful case, they highlight the injustice — more specifically, the now-familiar racialized demagoguery — of the Biden Justice Department’s indictment of the same defendants on transparently political “civil rights” grounds.

The media-Democrat complex’s obsession notwithstanding, the killing of Arbery, a 25-year-old black man, was not a case about race. It was a case about tragic mistakes of law, which led to an unjustifiable homicide.

There were real reasons to suspect that …

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