Ahmaud Arbery: Color of Law: May 17, 2020

Hey folks,

Today’s show is a short one focusing mostly on the just released news that Greg McMichaels was working cooperatively with the police and the homeowner of the structure Arbery unlawfully entered, to keep an eye on the property, particularly in the event of unlawful intruders.

This provides a perfectly legitimate rationale, free of any racial animus, for why the McMichaels might involve themselves in seeking to question an unlawful intruder fleeing from his unlawful trespass of the property.

It might also open the door to Benjamin Crump and the other propagandists behind this apparently false and divisive narrative of racial hate to sue the local police department in Federal court under §1983–which would be a huge payday of the kind Crump presumably seeks any time he agitates these cases.

Enjoy the show!

As always, remember:

You carry a gun so you’re hard to kill.

Know the law so you’re hard to convict.

Stay safe!

–Andrew

Attorney Andrew F. Branca
Law of Self Defense LLC

7 thoughts on “Ahmaud Arbery: Color of Law: May 17, 2020”

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  2. His parents think he made an unlawful entry into a dwelling to steal water. I guess they don’t see anything wrong with taking another person’s property. The homeowner paid good money for that water and it is his property. Does Georgia have a dollar limit on the value of property you have to intend to steal or actually do steal to make it a felony burglary? As for the theory of getting a drink, the homeowner advanced that theory yesterday based on the security tape. It doesn’t show him getting a drink of water, but the homeowner claims he hears the sound of running water while Arbery is off camera and that after coming back on camera he appears to wipe his mouth like he had been drinking. Immaterial as to the charges against the McMichaels, but I just thought I would throw it out there.

    1. Attorney Andrew Branca

      “His parents think he made an unlawful entry into a dwelling to steal water.”

      Arbery’s parents have no personal knowledge of why he went into the house, so what they “believe” is merely speculation at best, and is 100% irrelevant to this case.

      –Andrew

      Attorney Andrew F. Branca
      Law of Self Defense LLC

      1. Attorney Andrew Branca

        It doesn’t matter if the house has running water.

        Because it doesn’t matter if that’s why Arbery was unlawfully in the house.

        –Andrew

        Attorney Andrew F. Branca
        Law of Self Defense LLC

  3. Man, did I miss up that post, listening to my wife at the same time I am typing.
    Water is NOT turned on in a home under construction until they get the final inspection. Plumbers don’t want the liability of water damage. By The video the pumping is not even installed yet.

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