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I’m Shocked That Ahmaud Arbery’s Murderers Were Convicted

But a guilty verdict isn’t justice

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I felt some type of way upon learning that Travis McMichael, Gregory McMichael, and William Bryan were each found guilty of the horrific murder of Ahmaud Arbery in 2020. I couldn’t place a finger on the exact emotion because it was sandwiched somewhere between delight, surprise, immense sadness, and indignant vindication.




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Zoey Hale

Zoey Hale

Writer, seeker, truth teller, writing about relationships, race, mental health, and whatever moves me. I write my life.

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