Special Prosecutor says the Death of Ahmaud Arbery brought Divisiveness and Hatred in this Country to the Forefront

Cobb D.A. Flynn Broady says his goal is to find justice for the Arbery family
Ahmaud Arbery was 25 years old when he was chased and gunned down near Brunswick, GA on February 23, 2020.
Ahmaud Arbery was 25 years old when he was chased and gunned down near Brunswick, GA on February 23, 2020. Photo credit Family

Cobb County District Attorney Flynn Broady says his office is fully ready to prosecute the Ahmaud Arbery death case.

Arbery was the 25 year old black man shot and killed while he was out for a jog. It happened on February 23, 2020, near Brunswick, GA, in the area known as Satilla Shoals.

Today marks one year since Arbery's death.

While Arbery was killed in February, it wasn't until after a video surfaced of how his death occurred, that three white men were arrested and charged with murder.

That was three months after Arbery's death.

Travis McMichael, Greg McMichael, and William"Roddie" Bryan are charged with killing Ahmaud Arbery.
Travis McMichael, Greg McMichael, and William"Roddie" Bryan are charged with killing Ahmaud Arbery. Photo credit Glynn County Sheriff's Office

The Georgia Attorney General appointed the Cobb County D.A. as the special prosecutor in the case.

D.A. Broady spoke to Radio.com's Maria Boynton about what's next in the case.

Greg McMichael, Travis McMichael, and William "Roddie" Bryan remain jailed awaiting trial in the death of Ahmaud Arbery.

They are charged with malice murder, 4 counts of felony murder, 2 counts of aggravated assault, false imprisonment, and criminal attempt to commit false imprisonment.