Ahmaud Arbery Shooting
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By Russ Bynum, AP

The Georgia man whose cellphone video of Ahmaud Arbery’s fatal shooting helped reignite the case has been charged with murder, making him the third person arrested more than two months after the slaying.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said 50-year-old William “Roddie” Bryan Jr. was arrested Thursday on charges of felony murder and criminal attempt to commit false imprisonment. Agents later searched Bryan’s home, several TV stations reported. The GBI said in a statement that it would hold a news conference Friday morning.

Arbery was slain Feb. 23 when a white father and son armed themselves and pursued him after spotting the 25-year-old black man running in their neighborhood. More than two months passed before authorities arrested Gregory McMichael, 64, and his son, Travis McMichael, 34, on charges of felony murder and aggravated assault. Gregory McMichael told police he suspected Arbery was a burglar and that Arbery attacked his son before being shot.

Bryan lives in the same subdivision just outside the port city of Brunswick, and the video he took from the cab of his vehicle helped stir a national outcry when it leaked online May 5.

The video quickly drew a strong reaction from Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, a Republican who called it “absolutely horrific.” The Georgia Bureau of Investigation soon took over the case from local police, and the arrests of the McMichaels followed on May 7.

Under Georgia law, a person can be charged with felony murder for committing any felony that causes the death of someone else. It does not require intent to kill and carries an automatic life sentence.

In the Glynn County police incident report on the shooting, Gregory McMichael told an officer that at one point Arbery “began running back the direction from which he came and `Roddy’ attempted to block him which was unsuccessful.” It’s the only mention in the police report of any potential involvement by Bryan.

Bryan’s attorney, Kevin Gough, did not immediately return a phone message Thursday. He has previously insisted Bryan played no role in Arbery’s death.

“Roddie Bryan is not now, and has never been, more than a witness to the shooting,” Gough said in a statement on the case Monday. “He is not a vigilante. Roddie did not participate in the horrific killing of this young man. Mr. Bryan has committed no crime, and bears no criminal responsibility in the death of Ahmaud Arbery.”

Meanwhile, attorneys for Arbery’s parents cheered the news of Bryan’s arrest.

“We called for his arrest from the very beginning of this process,” attorneys S. Lee Merritt, Benjamin Crump and L. Chris Stewart said in a statement. “His involvement in the murder of Mr. Arbery was obvious to us, to many around the country and after their thorough investigation, it was clear to the GBI as well.”

Bryan’s video of the shooting was taken from the driver’s seat of a vehicle following Arbery as he runs along a residential street. A pickup truck is parked in the road ahead of Arbery, with one man in the truck’s bed and another standing beside the open driver’s side door.

The video shows Arbery run around the truck to the right before he cuts back in front of it. Then a gunshot can be heard, followed by a second shot. Arbery can be seen punching a man holding what appears to be a shotgun, who then fires a third shot point-blank. Arbery staggers and falls face down in the street.

Gregory McMichael retired last year after more than two decades as an investigator for the local prosecutor’s office. Because of those ties, Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney Jackie Johnson recused herself from the case. Two outside prosecutors assigned the case have also stepped aside.

The McMichaels remain jailed in Glynn County waiting for a preliminary court hearing and for a judge to decide whether to free them on bond pending trial. Attorneys for the father and son have urged people not to rush to judgment in the case.

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    • So you missed the part where McMichaels implicated Bryan?

      “In the Glynn County police incident report on the shooting, Gregory McMichael told an officer that at one point Arbery “began running back the direction from which he came and `Roddy’ attempted to block him which was unsuccessful.”

      Yep, Bryan was indeed a member of the runaway slave patrol, and now he gets a felony murder charge.

      Other than involving himself in the Lynch mob, his biggest mistake was in conspiring with McMichaels to produce an edited video which was then released to the press.

      The authorities searched his home in order to find the complete video and any relevant communications between the conspirators.

      They’ll be in prison for quite some time.

        • The time to jump to conclusions is now. If we wait for all the facts to come out, it will be too late.

        • Don’t you love people that assume there isn’t a huge pool of evidence to draw from? Those people that research should shut their mouths because everyone else is too lazy to do it themselves, thus will accuse others of jumping to “unfounded” conclusions.

          • Yep! One wrong conclusion to jump to was “I can wrestle that shotgun away from that guy and shoot his ass”!! DUUUUUHHHHHH!!!!!

      • Runaway Slave Patrol 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 Fuck that’s beautiful. You histrionic bastard, that’s wonderful. Thanks for the laugh, clowns should be funny 🤡🤡

      • “….his biggest mistake was in…”

        Talking to the police without a lawyer present to represent him. Reports say that he thought he was just a witness when questioned. Yes, he was a witness against himself.

        • Well, looks like the Demokkkommies learned nothing from the Flynn debacle exploding in their face.

        • What debacle with Flynn?

          Traitor took secret meetings with Russian ambassador, then lied about it under oath.

          Took $40,000 from Russian government TV, then lied about it, have you seen a picture of him having dinner with Putin along with Jill Stein? He was just a pawn of the Russian disinformation game.

          Then he confessed, in court, allocuted
          and signed documents detailing his corruption.

        • You mean the plea that was withdrawn on the charge that even the DOJ now admits was a perjury trap?

        • The lawyer tried hard to make him look like a poor dummy that happened to be there. He even got him to pass a lie detector test 24 hours before being arrested, they thought that would work. He argued that Roddy is the only witness, therefore, should be treated only as a witness. The lawyer got pissed after hearing that his client was arrested and was speaking without him present; he told the press he would block anyone that asks him questions at this point.

        • “Traitor took secret meetings with Russian ambassador”
          Was he charged for this? No? Irrelevant. Besides, speaking to the ambassador was part of his job. Despite how the dems are portraying it, having a different opinion on foreign policy is NOT illegal.

          “then lied about it under oath.”
          We now know that the agents there didn’t think he lied at the time. Flynn and his attorneys were confidant he didn’t lie. He ended up signing the plea deal because the Office of Special Counsel leaked a threat to go after his son if he didn’t play ball with them. They were already bankrupting him. He didn’t want the same for his son.

          “Took $40,000 from Russian government TV, then lied about it, have you seen a picture of him having dinner with Putin along with Jill Stein?”
          Was he charged for this? Is this worse than the $500,000 that Bill Clinton accepted from the Russians when his wife was the Secretary of State and had influence over Russian sanctions that she ended up OPPOSING? Irrelevant again.

          “He was just a pawn of the Russian disinformation game.”
          You provided zero proof of this.

          The reason the media created all of this noise about Flynn, that you list, was so that it would look like he was a bad guy that had it coming. The propagandists are doing their job so weak minded fools won’t ask questions about someone’s civil rights being violated.

        • “having a different opinion on foreign policy is NOT illegal.”

          Negotiating with a foreign power before your team is in office is a crime, and then lying about it to the VP and others is also a crime.

          “Bill Clinton accepted from the Russians”

          Clinton never concealed the speaking engagement fee, and never had dinner with Putin and concealed the contact with foreign officials.

          Regarding the plea deal, you talk about the FBI going after his son. One wonders just what sort of criminal enterprise his son was involved in to have legal liability exposure leading to FBI interest.

          If they are all innocent why not fight it out in court? There are plenty of billionaire Republican donors ready to foot the bill, that would just be pocket change for secretary of commerce Wilbur Ross who accumulated billions working for the Rothschilds in NYC.

      • “Yep, Bryan was indeed a member of the runaway slave patrol…”

        The only “slave patrol” that operates in the 21st Century is when a minority is a Republican or conservative. Biden’s recent comment of “I’ll tell you what: If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black” displays that mentality.
        Other than involving himself in the Lynch mob,

      • “Other than involving himself in the Lynch mob…”

        The only “Lynch mob” here are those demanding blood from the McMichaels and William Byran sans a trial.

        • So you don’t own a dictionary and haven’t been looking at the evidence in this case?

        • Who said without a trial? Of course they’ll have a trial, then they’ll go to prison for life.

      • FACTS:

        There is ZERO video evidence of Arbery jogging anywhere in the neighborhood (with all the Ring/surveillance cameras these days that’s highly improbable).

        There is video evidence of Arbery entering this home numerous times prior so his “curiosity” over a home under construction should have already been satisfied.

        As soon as he sees the neighbor yell at him while on the phone he takes off at a SPRINT, not “jogging”.

        Arbery had both a juvenile as well as an adult criminal record including a weapons charge.

        Said weapons charge at the high school game involved Arbery running and trying to ditch the gun (not the actions of a legal CC’er who may be carrying in the wrong place).

        His probation violation in 2018 was for theft (so we know he likes to steal things).

        McMichaels was involved with Arbery’s earlier theft case and knew his criminal history (meaning he knew he could be armed too).

        Under Georgia law the house under construction is still considered a dwelling and entering a dwelling with the intention to commit theft is a FELONY (so there is REASONABLE suspicion by the neighbors a felony was taking place).

        Under Georgia law citizens are allowed to make citizen’s arrests (as well as the McMichaels having just as much right to be on a public road as anyone).

        The McMichaels asked Arbery to stop and wait for the police to arrive (obviously not a crime)

        If Arbery was “being chased by armed white supremacists” why continue running towards the truck? He could have cut left or right through the trees and houses to seek cover and is much more logical.

        No shots were fired until Arbery ATTACKED McMichaels. McMichaels has a right to defend himself.

        The wounds in the autopsy results are consistent with shots fired during a struggle (e.g. through the hand and another at an upward angle from inside of a foot).

        If there is more evidence then let it come out in court but based upon the totality of the circumstances it is pretty obvious to see why the McMichaels were not arrested at the time. Much like how George Zimmerman wasn’t arrested at the time and only after the blacks started to complain does the political machine start to turn and then an arrest is made. So in summation: don’t attack people with shotguns and your body is less likely to assume a room temperature.

        • You can *hear* the shot which hit him in the hand, and it was before he reached the guy. IOW, your rendition is wrong. And all the supposed “evidence” you present is a good reason to report him to the police. What happened instead was murder. Arguably a lynching.

        • Swing and a miss Larry. Autopsies can actually show an approximate distance from the muzzle via the amount of gunpowder/residue in the wounds themselves. All wounds were sustained inside of 2 feet therefore not until Arbery ATTACKED McMichaels.

    • I can’t remember the exact law, but it may be similar to last year when there was that big gang rape on the beach during spring break, and someone filmed it and posted it online. If I remember correctly, the people committing the rape were obviously charged but I believe the person recording was as well.

      • Yes there’s much more. Not only was he an accomplice during the commission of the unlawful detainment and murder, he and McMichael concealed the existence of the video tape for two months before releasing it.

        I am sure the investigating officers asked if there was any video of the incident, both McMichael and Bryan lied and said no, providing false information to the police officer is obstruction of justice in the furtherance of a felony.

        • Wait a minute and Serge is going to chime in and tell us that it isn’t a crime to forget about a video in Georgia.

        • “I am sure” is speculation, not evidence. Were they ever asked about any video? If so, what did they say? Unless there’s some law compelling citizens to produce evidence upon request by a LEO, there’s no basis for assuming that they lied about anything (if they were even asked).

        • Where’d you go to law school again Serge? Oh right. You didn’t.

          Read some case law (oh wait, you’re not a lawyer and don’t have access to current cases and shepardizing whether they’re good or bad law).

          It’s not just physical restraint – it’s the reasonable belief that you are not free to leave. Being held at gunpoint is sufficient to form the reasonable belief.

        • 1. Assumes facts not in evidence.
          2. Please cite the relevant case law… I’ll wait.
          3. Just because I’m not a practicing attorney doesn’t mean I have no training in the law. HINT: There are plenty of people with post-graduate degrees who don’t work in the field of their post-graduate degrees

        • Hey Beef, take another bite outta that Big Mack and watch the video again.

          “Being held at gunpoint…”——where in it do you see the shotgun being POINTED at the “jogger”???

          I’ll be waiting.

          • You don’t have to be a lawyer to have an opinion. Just some opinions are made with more knowledge than others. Every LAWYER has an opinion and they are usually never in agreement.
            That’s why the ONLY opinion that matters is a jury’s after they weigh ALL of the evidence. And so far NOBODY in this conversation has that.

        • I read that Roddy played the video for a responding officer (most likely Rash). I think there was one black officer there that wanted to arrest, but the DA blocked them.

          Alan Tucker got the video from Greg, who got the video from Roddy, so they could “leak” it to a local radio station to clear the white men before a race riot occurred in Greg’s neighborhood. They conspired to write the narrative, which is why there is now a separate investigation into the government.

          I would not be surprised if Alan Tucker gets in trouble too. Same with officer Rash, Diego Perez and Larry English. They all have been lying and aiding the murderers before and after.

        • @Joseph

          We have known for over a week that Travis pointed the shotgun at Arbery before Arbery attacked Travis. It’s on the damn video! Shit! Open your eyes. It’s literally on the damn video you watched (I assume you watched).

      • For sure there’s more going on in this case than has been released publicly. We’re all raging in the comments and choosing sides, but mostly we’re being manipulated by the lawyers who are releasing videos and snippets of information in order to shape the coming legal battlefield through public opinion.

        That said, it doesn’t look to good for these three who have been arrested. Chasing a guy down and threatening him with a firearm when he hasn’t acted violently and it isn’t even certain that he’s committed any kind of crime is just really, really stupid. Call the real, actual cops, report that there’s a suspicious person in the neighborhood, and save yourself a lot of jail time. Guns are a last resort for when your life is in mortal peril, not to get back some missing plywood and nails (if they’re even missing at all).

        • The media hasn’t put out the 911 calls from Larry English. He admitted to calling police in the past but not to filing reports. He sounded like he suspected white people of stealing his fishing stuff and his security cameras. He also reported a black male (with tattoos) looking through his boat and house with what appeared to be intent to steal.

          However, Larry went on national TV to say he never had anything stolen nor had any contact with the McMichaels. That appears to all be a lie. I suspected him of lying, now it appears that has been confirmed. That is not a shocker. Why else would he need a lawyer present to do an interview? Why else would he do a media tour and slowly release “newly found” evidence?

          Larry English is not the man you know from TV. He is trying to build a different character. He is not some innocent person who doesn’t understand technology. He isn’t the man who wouldn’t want people running around defending his new property. The dude followed people he suspected on his own, but he didn’t get out of his car to confront them, Greg went down there to do it for him.

      • They cut him off after 4 minutes of chasing him up and down the road. Travis gets out points the gun at Arbery. Greg yells at Travis to put it down and to stop it. Travis runs around the truck to intercept Arbery using his shotgun. Arbery then decided he can’t outrun a bullet and rushes Travis for the gun. Travis intentionally shoots Arbery 3 times and walk off like he is some kind of badass. Greg runs to the dying Arbery and searches his body for a gun.

        Here is the evidence the McMichael defenders refuse to see.

        • “Travis gets out points the gun at Arbery”—I never saw him POINT the gun at the “jogger”.
          And the “jogger” ran around the truck in order to attack Travis. That is plain as day in the video.

      • @Joseph

        Watch the video I linked. The man shows you clear as day what Travis did.

        By the way, I hear after Travis murdered the black man, he started destroying his social media and incriminating hate crime content on his computer.

        If the GBI wants to find out the truth, they can go to the internet companies to get the backups of his page. They could also recover deleted files on his computer if he didn’t go as far as Hillary Clinton to get rid of it.

    • According to Greg McMichael, Roddy helped block Arbery from escaping using his truck. The video uploaded was cut.

      I figured the entire community actually created a vigilante group to watch over the construction site, that has been confirmed. Not sure if they only focused on black people. This is where the neighborhood posted pictures of Arbery’s dead body. There are reports others on that private group said they would kill suspected criminals if they come into their community.

      I have seen evidence that proves Larry English is lying. He was part of this illegal vigilante group, who premeditated what is now a murder, essentially conspiracy to commit. He suspected white people of stealing his fishing stuff and his security cameras, he reported them walking into the house with a bag. He followed people to the bridge and sat in his car watching them. At one point Greg went down to that bridge to have “a little chat” with a homeless man and accuse him of stealing. Larry had communications with officer Rash, officer Rash had told Larry to just contact Greg to get stuff done. So far I have not seen evidence that Larry did contact Greg. Larry reported a black male with tattoos locking through his boat and property, he said that tattooed male was also caught on neighbors cameras looking around on their property.

      Apparently, this entire community didn’t want black people in their neighborhood because they suspected them of stealing. They may have put more effort on watching out for black people than the white people whom might have stolen the fishing stuff and cameras. Those white people could have been stealing for drug money. The black man with tattoos looks very shady and appeared to have intent to steal, he also looks like a person that would steal a gun for his personal use.

      This is all premeditated by the community. There are more people involved with this crime. Diego Perez and Larry English were in on it and have pretended they are completely innocent. Those men don’t understand how technology works. There are records you cannot delete, it’s up to the government to look into it.

      Larry English can be arrested for conspiracy, obstruction, interfering, etc. Wait until the public sees the evidence for those charges, they will call for his arrest too. The GBI said they might make more arrests.

    • So you would have us believe that he just happened to be stopped in the middle of the wrong side of the road making a cell phone video of a random jogger when suddenly and completely by surprise all this happened in front of him.

      If anyone buys that story, I’ve got a very nice bridge in Brooklyn that I’d be willing to sell at a good price.

    • Did you get the first comment because you didn’t actually read anything beyond the title?

  1. Can’t wait to hear how this guy is obviously a murdererracist and deserves to be killed because he hunted down the innocent jogger, too.

    • Yes, he is a murderer and I’m guessing, a racist as well.

      “In the Glynn County police incident report on the shooting, Gregory McMichael told an officer that at one point Arbery “began running back the direction from which he came and `Roddy’ attempted to block him which was unsuccessful.”

      • Yeah but you have to realize you calling someone racist doesn’t have any weight. Wether they are one or not.

        • True dat. That ship has sailed, most obvious racist in the last couple decades is Barack Obama. Nobody cares anymore.

      • “attempted to block him which was unsuccessful”
        How does that equal murder? Maybe we don’t know everything about this case. They also just searched McMichael’s house. That might be related.

        • Felony murder is what you get charged with when you participate in a felony that results in death. That includes cases where your partner in crime dies at the hand of the intended victim.

        • Yes, did you miss the murder charge?

          Both McMichaels were charged with murder, and now Bryan.

          Sergei, with your vast knowledge of Georgia code, do you seriously believe murder is not a felony in the state of Georgia? Or do you believe that murder of a black person is not a felony in the state of Georgia?

        • They are being charged with FELONY murder. FELONY murder requires an underlying felony. It’s the only way they can get away with not presenting evidence of intent, which they do not have.

        • Hey everyone! Serge and Miner are gettin’ into a tiff!

          (grabs popcorn, eases into the recliner chair, puts feet up…)

        • Climbing out of truck with a loaded shotgun in your hands as opposed to being cased, in a scabbard, or carried by a sling, chambering a round, flicking the safety to the fire position, pointing it at somebody, putting your finger inside the trigger guard on the trigger and pulling twice is pretty much all the evidence they are going to need to prove intent.

        • Yeah, not unless everything you just said was justified by the fact that they were in hot pursuit of a fleeing felon.

        • Fortunately for them, in Georgia, they don’t need a badge. You can disagree that the statute is too broad, but it is what it is.

        • For what they did, you do need a badge. That’s why they are sitting in a jail right now. And that’s why they will soon be filling out permanent change of address cards at the post office.

        • “they were in hot pursuit of a fleeing felon”

          I’ll ask a 3rd time, where’s your source for the felony conviction(s) you claim?

        • So… Serpent… You’re going to keep denying the basic facts of the case?

          The scumbag in question has two prior convictions.

          One for bringing a concealed weapon to a football game at a high school. (Then running and trying to ditch the gun when confronted.)
          One for stealing a TV while on probation for the earlier incident. (Which was pled down to “shoplifting” despite the fact that the sticker price of the TV in question was almost certainly above the $300 maximum for “shoplifting” under GA statute.)

          If you aren’t willing to discuss this from the basis of things everyone knows to be true, your arguments aren’t made in good faith.

          Let me repeat myself for those with severe ADD. The only matter of fact for a jury in this case is wether there was reasonable and probable suspicion of a felony to justify the citizen’s arrest. That’s it. If the justification was there, everything that happened was lawful. It doesn’t matter if you wouldn’t do it. It doesn’t matter if you don’t agree that the statute should exist. Those are not legal arguments.

          We can have a MORAL debate as to the events involved, but I prefer to avoid Monday morning moral quarterbacking. I wasn’t there. I don’t know the full history. I can’t judge the decisions of other people when I don’t know what they knew at the time.

          The LEGAL debate is simple. Was there enough cause to justify a citizen’s arrest. I would be tempted to say yes, or at least say that there is not enough evidence to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that there was not.

        • “If you aren’t willing to discuss this from the basis of things everyone knows to be true” – If everyone knows them to be true, shouldn’t be hard to point out a source that confirms it. In my searching, i can see that he was charged with bringing a gun to school and shoplifting. Have yet to see where he was convicted of either. If you have the links, that will be more convincing than your claim that he was convicted.

          On another thread, you claimed it was illegal for him to have a handgun at age 19, which is simply not true, so despite your self-proclaimed genius and legal experience, I don’t find you a particularly credible source.

        • pwrserge says:
          May 22, 2020 at 08:45
          They are being charged with FELONY murder. FELONY murder requires an underlying felony. It’s the only way they can get away with not presenting evidence of intent, which they do not have.

          Hey dummy, the mcmichaels are being charged with murder, not felony murder. roddie is charged with felony murder because he’s also charged with attempted false imprisonment which is a felony.

        • “If you aren’t willing to discuss this from the basis of things everyone knows to be true, your arguments aren’t made in good faith.”

          Absent any substantive reply, let’s look at what everyone knows to be true. As reported by AJC

          “When he was in high school, Arbery was sentenced to five years probation as a first offender on charges of carrying a weapon on campus and several counts of obstructing a law enforcement officer. He was convicted of probation violation in 2018 after he was charged with shoplifting, court documents show.”

          Looking at what may be less well known (but was perhaps within PwrSerge’s claimed encyclopedic legal knowledge?) about GA’s first-time offender law:

          “The first offender is not considered a convicted felon. During probation and/or confinement, the GCIC record contains “First Offender Act” remarks. The first offender’s exoneration of guilt and discharge shall not affect any of his civil rights and liberties. Thus, the offender has the right to vote and bear arms because he has no criminal conviction on record.”

          https://bixonlaw.com/georgias-first-offender-act-information-and-updates/

          So, still not seeing where there’s a felony conviction here, let alone the two felony convictions that would have put him away for life under a 3-strikes law (as PwrSerge has asserted elsewhere). At best, we’ve got one possible felony for his later probation violation/shoplifting, but even that remains an unsupported premise on the record we’ve got here.

        • Go take a look at fist offender statutes… When homeboy couldn’t keep his hands off of other people’s shit and violated parole, he lost his “first offender” status.

        • Still not seeing the conviction on the 2nd offense, or where the gun in the school was a felony.
          Feel free to post a link instead of the lazy instruction to “look it up”.

      • The only people on this earth who are not racists are idiots afraid of being called names by communists. Race is family and only a fool puts another before his family.

  2. So………. if whites kill a black it’s racist murder and national news before, during and after the trial. When blacks kill whites it’s business as usual…..nothing to see here, don’t mention race, cut the sentence 75% and let them out to do it again.

    • You left out the largest group, when black kills black, nobody cares enough to investigate.

    • I don’t know where this narrative comes from.

      Black men convicted of murdering whites have a significantly higher chance of getting the death penalty than do whites that kill blacks. Something like 241% off the baseline.

      This has been studied pretty extensively since the reinstatement of the death penalty post Furman since arbitrary imposition of the penalty was the crux of that case.

  3. In my neighborhood when you want to talk with somebody, it’s customary to leave your pistol in it’s holster and the shotgun in the truck. If you don’t feet comfortable with that it’s probably better to leave that conversation up to the police. If these boys had followed that advice they wouldn’t be in jail and Arbery wouldn’t be in the ground

    • In my neighborhood it’s customary not to go into other people’s property without permission.

      • I actually appreciate your extreme nature, but for real, do you have some kind of alert set up on your phone to where anything posted about this case notifies you?

        • Not really. Convicted felon went into a house looking to steal something. Convicted felon got caught and ran. Convicted felon resisted arrest. Convicted felon got shot. World a better place, news at 11.

        • When he brought a handgun to a football game at a high school where he wasn’t a student.

        • “When he brought a handgun to a football game at a high school where he wasn’t a student.”

          Yes, under the Constitution and the Bill of Rights he exercised his right to keep and bear arms at a public sporting event.

          95% of the people posting on this site believe that should not be a crime.

          So we can dismiss that felony conviction as just more evidence of government overreach and a loss of constitutionally protected liberties, right?

        • Reports say he was indicted for it; show the conviction.

          Show the law where having a gun on school property is a felony.

        • He was convicted at a football game? I doubt that, and given that as your only response, I believe he was never convicted of any felony, your (bullshit) case just went up in smoke, they’re going to hang.