“The Five” responded to Ahmed Arberry’s inquiry, in which three men were found guilty Wednesday of felony murder in Georgia, noting that the justice system is an example.
“One interesting thing is that we are celebrating Thanksgiving as a country tomorrow and we thank our nation and our system [of] Jury trial. It’s sometimes … slow and it takes a long time – it’s been a year and a half. But you know what? It works, ”Dana Perino said of the outcome of the Arberry case.
Travis McMichael, 35, charged with felony murder; His father, Gregory McMichael, 65; And his neighbor, William Bryan, 52 – was convicted of aggravated assault, false imprisonment and criminal attempt.
McMichael, the youngest, has been found guilty of “malicious murder,” which the accused deliberately and unlawfully kills a person.
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“The Five” committee continued to discuss the full differences in the trial of the Kyle Rittenhouse and Ahmed Arberry case. Greg Gutfeld responds that if the media and others follow the facts rather than view everything through the race lens, there is a better chance to predict how the jury will decide on the case.
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“So you humans like to group things, especially when events happen together,” Gutfeldt said. “To me, you have the Rittenhouse case and you have the Arberry murders. These are close. But if you choose the right filter, it shows you that it is a self-defense filter. You can easily predict results. In both cases.”
“If you use a different filter, such as race, you don’t have to. But if you use self-defense, obviously, Rittenhouse, obviously self-defense. Arberry, obviously, obviously murder.
Arberry was a 25-year-old unarmed black man who was chased and killed while trying to flee the convicts in Satilla Shores, Georgia.
The prosecution believes Arberry was killed for “being a black man running down the street.” Defendants claimed that they were attempting to arrest law-abiding citizens, the law was repealed in Georgia, and Travis McMichael shot at Arberry for self-defense.
“The thing is, you have to have more than one filter in your life or you get very confused. I’m happy with this decision. The justice system worked … the media [assumed] It is … the white judges vote only in a certain way and they are grouped together in bigotry, uniformity, bigotry. And we know this is not true and it shows you how different each case is. Each case is sensitive. Avoid these sweeping generalizations, ”Gutfeld said.