The first police officer on the scene did not render aid to Ahmaud Arbery. John Iadarola and Senator Nina Turner break it down on The Damage Report.
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Read more here: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/ahmaud-arbery-shooting-case-testify-police_n_6189686fe4b06de3eb79023d
"As the trial of three white men charged with murder in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery entered its second day Monday, the jury learned about Arbery’s final moments — and that the first police officer to arrive at the scene did not render lifesaving aid.
Arbery, a 25-year-old Black man, was shot to death in February 2020 while out for a jog in the Satilla Shores neighborhood of coastal Georgia. A jury is now considering murder charges against Gregory and Travis McMichael and William Bryan.
On Monday, prosecutors asked former Glynn County patrol Officer Ricky Minshew, the first officer to respond to the shooting, about Satilla Shores, which he usually patrolled. The day Arbery was killed, Minshew told prosecutors, he’d received a call about a “suspicious Black male in the neighborhood wearing a white T-shirt.”"
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