The defense is preparing to call first witnesses

BRUNSWICK, Ga. Defense attorney Kevin Gough told jurors on Wednesday that evidence would show that his client did not intend to injure Ahmaud Arbery on the day he was killed as the defense prepared to call its first witnesses in the murder case against the three men who were charged with murder. Arbery.

In his opening statement, Gough said that while William “Roddie” Bryan has admitted to having tried to block Arbery’s road, there is no physical evidence from the road in Satilla Shores where Arbery was killed on February 23, 2020, suggesting that Bryan drove a car. aggressively or trying to assault him with his truck.

“The evidence will show that Mr Bryan did not intend to harm Mr Arbery,” Gough said. “He regretted that Mr Arbery was injured.”

Gough began his opening statement by trying to separate his client from his co-defendants, father and son Gregory and Travis McMichael. All three defendants were arrested and charged with murder and other crimes two months after Arbery was killed when cell phone video of the shooting taken by Bryan was released.

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