Closer Look: Attorneys Say A Third Man Should Be Arrested For Involvement In Arbery’s Shooting Death

People return to their vehicles after gathering to honor the life of Ahmaud Arbery at Sidney Lanier Park on May 9 in Brunswick, Ga. Arbery was shot and killed while jogging in the nearby Satilla Shores neighborhood on Feb. 23.
People return to their vehicles after gathering to honor the life of Ahmaud Arbery at Sidney Lanier Park on May 9 in Brunswick, Ga. Arbery was shot and killed while jogging in the nearby Satilla Shores neighborhood on Feb. 23.
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National civil rights and personal injury attorney Benjamin Crump, one of the lawyers representing Ahmaud Arbery’s family, provides an update on the case. Plus, Becky Monroe, Fighting Hate and Bias Program Director of The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, shares why a collective of organizations is asking the United States Department of Justice to pursue federal hate crime charges in the Arbery murder case. And, finally, in other news, Lynette Bell, president of the Truist Foundation, discusses the bank’s COVID-19 relief efforts.