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Anthony Hill was naked, making it clear he did not have a weapon, and obviously mentally disturbed, based on his behavior. But he was gunned down nonetheless Monday by a white police officer just outside of Atlanta who said Hill charged him at an apartment complex. Although Robert Olsen, a seven-year DeKalb County officer, had a Taser in his possession at the time, he instead fired two bullets into Hill, 27, killing him.


It will be one of the most closely watched trials with civil rights overtones in the United States since the April murder conviction of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer who was captured in a bystander video kneeling on the neck of another unarmed Black man, George Floyd, for roughly nine minutes. The video of that incident created an international uproar and raised serious questions about the treatment of minorities at the hands of police.

The slaying of Mr. Arbery was also captured on a videotape that was widely viewed by the public.

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And the trial of his accused killers will also bring up issues of policing — although in this case, it will involve questions about private citizens and their rights to detain people who they believe to be breaking the law. Those rights in Georgia were spelled out in a controversial Civil War-era statute that was ificantly weakened by state lawmakers in direct response to the outrage over the Arbery killing. All of that sets up a remarkable kind of trial in which the defendants will claim they are not guilty based in part on an old law that their actions helped to dismantle.

At the same time, they will not be charged under the new Georgia hate crimes law.

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For the state murder charges alone, all three men, who have been detained in a Glynn County, Ga. Arbery, 25, was a former high school football standout who was living with his mother outside the small city of Brunswick. He had spent a little time in college but seemed to be in a period of drift in his 20s, testing out various careers and working on his rapping skills. He also suffered from a mental illness that caused him to have auditory hallucinations.

He was shot dead in a suburban neighborhood called Satilla Shores.

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Friends and family said he liked to stay in shape, and he was an avid jogger who was often seen running in and around his neighborhood. On Sunday, Feb. I learned about this story in early April. I was up to my eyeballs in coronavirus coverage, along with my other colleagues in the national desk.

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And on April 2, my colleague Kim Severson, a food writer for The Times here in Atlanta, and a dear friend of mine, sent me a very brief note. And it looked to be a story of two armed white men, who were chasing an unarmed black man by the name of a Ahmaud Arbery through their neighborhood, and that that chase ended with a confrontation and with the black man being killed. And although the shooting had occurred on February 23, here we are in April, and no one had been arrested for it.

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It was very disturbing. And it seemed like there were a lot of unanswered questions. But I had to set it aside for a while, just because we had this avalanche of news rolling in. So 10 or 11 days after getting this initial from Kim, I started filing a flurry of open records requests.

And I had a sense of what I was pretty sure I could get from this from covering controversial shootings in Georgia. I knew that I should be able to get a copy of the incident report, which is this brief summary that police file of what they saw when they arrived at the scene. And then there was this other really just last-minute request that I filed. And I filed it with the county. And it was really just kind of a fishing expedition that I filed that turned out to be the most important public records request. And in that request, I asked for Atlanta black nude men of the s to and from public officials from the day of the shooting up to mid-April.

So essentially, you were trying to figure out if people in power in this community in the hours after this shooting are doing what you might expect them to do, which is saying oh, my god. Did you hear about this? What do we do? What do you think? That kind of thing. I thought maybe there would just be some chatter. They might have just been gossiping. But I think that was my first thought.

So under Georgia law, all of those entities have three days to respond to my request. So I talked to my editor, and we decided that I would wake up super early, drive down to Glynn County, Georgia — which is about four and a half or five hours from my home base in Atlanta — to a neighborhood called Satilla Shores, and do some social-distancing reporting.

Satilla Shores is a middle-class neighborhood — you know, ranch houses and a few nicer homes that look like retirement homes. And it kind of evokes Faulkner — I mean, Faulkner with ranch houses. And Satilla Shores is in the unincorporated part of Glynn County.

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Glynn County is a majority white place. And like almost every part of the south, it has a very tragic and awful racial history, a history of lynchings of black men in the late 19th century. This is the home of the two men who chased Ahmaud. And almost as soon as I parked, a woman came out. And she started asking me what I was doing there. And I told her. And she told me she was armed. You know, I think there was just a lot of tension in the neighborhood. And people were suspicious of my presence there. One very angry woman drove up to me as I was just walking the street and asked me repeatedly what I was doing there in a pretty hostile way.

I came across another couple, and they had already made up their mind that Ahmaud Arbery deserved what he had gotten. So on Thursday night, I drove back to Atlanta.

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And on Friday morning, I received the response to this last public records request that I had filed. And Michael, as you know, a lot of times, those kinds of public records requests just bring back just a bunch of dross, you know, just garbage. But in this case, when I opened this fat attachment, I knew immediately that I had found something pretty explosive. So the first document in this file was a three- memo written by a district attorney in Waycross, Georgia named George Barnhill, who at the time was the prosecutor in the case.

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Barnhill, in this letter, laid out an extensive justification — legal justification — for why he believed there was not sufficient probable cause to issue any arrest warrants for anyone. And his argument was that Mr. Arbery had grabbed the shotgun. He had initiated the fight.

But there were a lot of pieces of this that I knew a lot of lawyers and even other prosecutors were very likely going to take issue with.

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They were allowed to carry the guns. They were allowed, in his telling, to defend themselves from this unarmed man. In Mr. You had two armed white men in a truck chasing after an unarmed black man in a suburb in the deep south. The black man is shot and killed. And no one has been arrested. So I reported my story about this case. And I included this information about this district attorney, who gave this legal justification for why no one should be arrested.

It also included the fact that, by that point, that district attorney had recused himself for a conflict of interest. And the reaction to this story was pretty strong.

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But we were also in the midst of a pandemic. And we were social distancing.

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And the country was locked down. And so it was sort of unclear, really, where this whole drama was headed. But then on Tuesday, a video emerged online. It was a second video. And that started to change everything.

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Liam Campbell is editor and photographer of the indie print mag, Elska , a project centered on traveling around the world, meeting some everyday local gay guys, and introducing them and their city to readers through honest photography and personal stories.


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AP — A former Georgia police officer convicted of aggravated assault and other crimes in the fatal shooting of an unarmed, naked man was sentenced Friday to 12 years in prison.


During the Atlanta race riot that occurred September , , white mobs killed dozens of Black Georgians, wounded scores of others, and inflicted considerable property damage.