Georgia DA faces 5 years in prison for ‘protecting’ men who shot Ahmaud Arbery


A former Georgia District Attorney is facing five years in prison for helping to protect Gregory McMichael after his son fatally shot Ahmaud Arbery. A grand jury on Thursday indicted former Brunswick District Attorney Jackie Johnson for violating her oath of office and obstructing law enforcement.


The indictment alleges that Greg McMichael called Johnson’s cellphone – having worked in her office as an investigator until he retired in 2019 – and said:  ‘Jackie this is Greg. Could you call me as soon as you possibly can. My son and I have been involved in a shooting and I need some advice right away.’

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