Woman whose brother and father ‘murdered Ahmaud Arbery’ posted photo of the black jogger’s body

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Woman whose brother and father ‘murdered Ahmaud Arbery’ posted a photo of the black jogger’s body lying in the street on Snapchat because she is a ‘true crime fan’

Lindsay McMichael, 30, took pic of Ahmaud Arbery’s dead body on February 23

She then posted the photo to Snapchat because she said she’s a ‘true crime fan’

‘I had no nefarious or malicious intent when I posted the photo,’ McMichael said

She is sister of Travis McMichael, 34, and daughter of Greg McMichael, 64

The two men have been charged in fatal shooting of 25-year-old Arbery

Arbery jogged while unarmed through neighborhood when they accosted him The McMichaels claimed they suspected Arbery of burglarizing homes in area Initially, the two men weren’t charged after they claimed self-defense National outrage grew after video surfaced online showing the shooting Lindsay said her father and brother are not racist because they ‘loved’ her non-white boyfriends The white woman whose brother and father have been charged in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black jogger in Georgia posted a graphic photo of Ahmaud Arbery’s body on Snapchat .Lindsay McMichael, 30, took a photo of the 25-year-old’s blood-soaked body while police set up a crime scene in the Satilla Shores neighborhood in Brunswick on February 23.McMichael said she posted the image because she is a ‘true crime fan.’ Lindsay McMichael, the sister of 34-year-old Travis McMichael and the daughter of 64-year-old Gregory McMichael, posted […]

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