Surveillance Videos Shows Multiple Trespassers at House Ahmaud Arbery Visited


Video clips of multiple people trespassing in the house that Ahmaud Arbery entered have been released by the owner of the house, according to CNN.

Homeowner Larry English made a confirmation through the release of surveillance videos that multiple people have trespassed at the house he owns, which is under construction. Arbery was the only one killed.

CNN obtained 11 different surveillance clips from Oct. 25 to Feb. 23 from Attorney J. Elizabeth Graddy, who is representing English, over the weekend. Two of the videos were obtained by CNN prior to this week.

Three new videos show a man and woman entering the property, children entering the property, and an unidentified male entering the property on separate occasions.

“I have chosen to stop questioning the grieving family of Ahmaud Arbery about images from the cameras mounted at the construction site of Larry English as Mr. English himself has said no criminal activity ever took place there and it is clear that Ahmaud was on the premises in the past along with many other people,” S. Lee Merritt, attorney for the Arbery family said in a written statement the lawyer emailed to CNN.

“We do not know who any of the individuals in the nighttime videos are and never have,” Attorney J. Elizabeth Graddy, said in an email. “The reason that Larry English sent the videos to his neighbor … in the first place was to ask, ‘Do you know any of these people?’”

Retired district attorney investigator Greg McMichael said he saw Arbery, 25, sprinting past his home in February in Brunswick, Georgia. He stated that he believed that Arbery was a robbery suspect, and he alerted his adult son, Travis McMichael, and both men grabbed their guns and followed Arbery in a truck.

After a struggle over a shotgun the son was carrying, Arbery was shot at least twice and killed.

Gregory McMichael, 64, and his son Travis McMichael, 34, were arrested in May for the February shooting. The father and son face charges of murder and aggravated assault.





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