In the wake of two Thursday evening arrests in the connection with the shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery as he jogged through a neighborhood near his home in Brunswick earlier this year, attorneys representing his family voiced continuing concerns about law enforcement response to his death.
Civil rights attorneys Ben Crump of Tallahassee, Florida, and S. Lee Merritt of Philadelphia, who represent Arbery’s father and mother, respectively, had more questions Friday. What took so long? And why only two arrests? What about the third person who watched the shooting and videotaped it with a dashboard camera?
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