The killing of Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old black man who was gunned down in Georgia earlier this year, is being investigated by the Justice Department as a possible hate crime, according to multiple reports. More "
For Ahmaud Arbery, the young black man shot and killed in Georgia in February, running was about staying in shape and contemplating his next move. After some legal trouble that began in his teenage years, Arbery planned to become an electrician. (May 25)
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has arrested and charged William Bryan, the man who filmed Ahmaud Arbery shooting, with felony murder and criminal attempt to commit false imprisonment. CBS News digital journalist Jessi Mitchell joined CBSN to discuss the latest details of the case.
William Roddie Bryan, who recorded the final seconds of Ahmaud Arbery's life, is now facing two charges in connection with the 25-year-old's death. Arrest warrants say Bryan tried to block Arbery's path with his vehicle, though Bryan's attorney says he was a bystander and "committed no crime."
William "Roddie" Bryan Jr. was arrested Thursday in Ahmaud Arbery's killing on charges of felony murder and criminal attempt to commit false imprisonment. Bryan, 50, is the man whose phone video of Arbery's shooting prompted a national outcry. (May 22)
A third suspect, the man who recorded the last moments of Ahmaud Arbery's life, has been charged with murder. Omar Villafranca spoke to the attorney of Arbery's father, who says the arrest is further proof that his son was targeted and executed.