Jackie Johnson Arrested for Her Role in Arbury Klan Murder

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ATLANTA/Raw Story — The indictment of former Glynn County District Attorney Jackie Johnson, accused of giving special treatment to the men charged with the murder of Ahmaud Arbery, “was a very huge win,” Arbery’s mother said Friday.

“I’m very thankful we got an indictment,” Wanda Cooper said during a virtual press conference with Arbery’s father and the family’s lawyers. Cooper and her ex-husband, Marcus Arbery, thanked Attorney General Chris Carr for bringing the case against Johnson and said the AG had kept in constant contact with them during the grand jury investigation. “He’s a man of his word,” Ar…

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  1. Arbury was innocently jogging along when the dreaded KKK guys, dressed in full regalia, rode up on horseback and with cold calculation shot the poor man dead as a door nail. Right. And the photos of Arbury holding on to the barrel of the Klan man’s gun and pulling it into his own belly, is pure photoshop. Right. As for that prosecutor of the KKK defendants, she was unlawfully, following the law. Right. Everyone knows that every White man in Georgia, and soon to be everywhere, Detroit too, is a Klan man and as such have no rights, and anyone who disagrees with that premise, should be, no will be summarily executed by hanging. I mean it’s just common sense. Right.

    • Your ridiculous scenario aside, at least they were fully within their rights to stop him in the first place, huh? I mean the cops were on the way and there was no time to lose, right? Oh, that’s right, they didn’t call the police, someone else did. After all, he stopped and looked into a house under construction in an area where there were numerous incidents (police reports state one). It’s always best for two or three to come at a single person with weapons (especially a shotgun, that way they won’t feel threatened), although he regularly jogs in the area (they’d seen him before). Then they realize he is suicidal by grabbing their gun, which they are innocently carrying, making McMichael fire 3 times. Later, after 74 days, they are victimized by the police for standing their ground after chasing him down where he commits suicide. Is that about how you see it? I guess the topper is that their word was taken as proof of self-defense and they were never arrested, even though Arbery was unarmed and there was 3 of them. Can one imagine the outcry if it had been 3 black men and a single white man (white genocide!!) and no arrests? At least they are doing something I have been saying for years now…prosecute those covering up for these POSs. I hope they throw the book at every member of the prosecutors office that had any part in this and they see prison time…in general population, not sequestered.

    • If by some miracle that actually happened, I’m sure the real “powers that be” would suicide her off to some tropical paradise like Epstein.