In yesterday’s show I presented the provocative and controversial argument that, in fact and law, the GA citizens arrest law is irrelevant to whether the conduct of Travis McMichael and/or Greg McMichael was criminal with respect to the death of Ahmaud Arbery. I also made the same argument during a lengthy, 3.5 hour, interview on the Rekieta Law YouTube show last night.
You can find yesterday’s Law of Self Defense show here:
Today, naturally a day after yesterday’s show, well-respected Professor John Banzhaf, George Washington University Law School, issued a press release in which he also argues that citizens arrest law is irrelevant to this case. (I presume he arrived at his position independently of my show yesterday.)
In the interests of sharing with the Law of Self Defense community the fact that it’s not just small-town lawyer Andrew Branca arguing that citizens arrest is in fact irrelevant to this case, but as well-respected a law professor as John Banzhaf, I share that press release with you in a roughly cited form in today’s show, and the actual press release itself below this video of today’s show.
Enjoy the show!
You can find a replay of the Rekieta Law show here:
Part 1: Andrew Branca about Ahmaud Arbery | Rekieta Law:
Part 2: Andrew Branca about Ahmaud Arbery | Rekieta Law
Part 3: Andrew Branca about Ahmaud Arbery | Rekieta Law
Part 4: Andrew Branca about Ahmaud Arbery | Rekieta Law
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Attorney Andrew F. Branca
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