Mysterious Card Found At Ahmaud Arbery’s Memorial Will Be Used As Evidence


—“I Should Have Stopped Them” A new discovery in the case of Ahmaud Arbery reveals that a card was left at the memorial site that apologizes for not “stopping” the men that killed Arbery while he was jogging through his Brunswick neighborhood. The card read: “I am sorry. I should have stopped them,” and has been entered into evidence as many wonder if there was another witness to the crime. Lee Merritt, the attorney for the Arbery family says a picture of the card will be turned over to the Georgia Bureau of Investigations and District Attorney Joyette Holmes as “critical evidence.”

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