Media and activist narratives aren’t relevant to the legal case, yet are pushed really hard to establish a presumption of guilt in the public mind.
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In this video about the Ahmaud Arbery case I touch on two closely related topics, and share a police body cam video with you.
First, we compare the photos preferentially used by the media in the Trayvon Martin case with the photos preferentially used by the media in this Arbery case.
Second, we look at 42 USC §1983 as a financial motive for such propaganda (e.g., ka-ching).
Third, we share a police body cam video of Ahmaud Arbery in an event independent of Arbery’s confrontation with the McMichaels. It’s probably not relevant for purposes of the trial of the McMichaels, but may well play a role in the propaganda wars currently being fought over this event.
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Attorney Andrew F. Branca
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