May 08, 2020
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President Trump said Friday he had watched the video of Ahmaud Arbery being shot and found it “very disturbing” and “heartbreaking,” but he is confident the Georgia legal system will come down on the side of justice.
Local prosecutors said they would bring the two-month-old case to a grand jury this week, after the video surfaced.
In a phone interview on Fox News Friday morning Trump said Arbery’s death on Feb. 23 in Brunswick, Ga. was “a very disturbing situation to me.” He did not comment on the outrage that has been sparked this week by the release of a video showing Arbery, a 25-year old black man who was unarmed, stopped in the middle of a road by two white men, a father and son, before he was shot to death.
The men, Gregory McMichael, 64, and his son Travis McMichael, 34, have been charged with murder.