With no arrests made, a grieving Georgia father wanted justice for his son, Ahmaud Arbery, who was fatally shot while jogging on a Glynn County road near his home in the Brunswick area Feb. 23.

On Tuesday, the father, Marcus Arbery, hired Ben Crump, the personal injury attorney who represented the family of Trayvon Martin—the teenager killed by a neighbor in Florida while walking home.

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