VT: We have our own suspicions at why the Brunswick Georgia Klan was sealing off certain neighborhoods. All one needs to do is look at the accused and figure it out…
Men like Arbery (and we aren’t saying Arbery is one of these by any means) have a very long, almost two century, history of “servicing” the womenfolk of Brunswick Georgia.
Now they call it “Tinder dating.” Back then it was “Mandingo.”
Women married to dickless Trumpers in the rest of the country simply “jump the fence” but in the South, particularly the “Deep South” things are different. They don’t hire Russian or Slovenian “skank whores” to piss on them, not hardly.
They watch. From CBS News:
A former Georgia district attorney has been booked onof the case of Ahmaud Arbery, a Black man who was pursued and gunned down as he jogged through a Brunswick neighborhood last year.
NEW MUG SHOT: Former Glynn County District Attorney Jackie Johnson, 49, has been arrested and booked for violation of oath and obstruction in the Ahmaud Arbery murder case. She was indicted by a grand jury last week. @cbs46 pic.twitter.com/Aatu2WSVAI
— Hayley Mason (@HayleyMasonTV) September 8, 2021
Ex-Glynn County District Attorney Jackie Johnson turned herself in to the Glynn County Sheriff’s office Wednesday morning, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, after a grand jury returned an indictment on counts of obstruction and violations of oath by a public officer last week. Johnson was released from the Glynn County Detention Center on a $10,000 bond, the paper reports. State prosecutors alleged that she used her position to delay arrests of the White men who chased and killed the 25-year-old Arbery.
I used to live close to Brunswick Georgia. It’s racist as hell, lots of Klan activity, and many cops are corrupt. Hate is the overriding emotion for these rednecks.
— hang my pants (@Darrylwarren80) June 25, 2020
Johnson was the county’s top prosecutor when Arbery was fatally shot last year, and one of the armed men who pursued him had worked for her as an investigator. Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr, a Republican, sought the indictment after requesting an investigation of possible misconduct by local prosecutors who failed to bring charges in the killing.
Father and son Greg and Travis McMichael armed themselves with guns and gave chase in a pickup truck on Feb. 23, 2020, after they spotted Arbery running in their neighborhood just outside the port city of Brunswick. Read more…