WTF are you talking about...Aubrey was jogging. McMichaels and his son drove up from behind and tried to cut him off several times....that should have constituted reckless driving.Aubrey could see the truck and the McMicheals from a distance far enough away that he could not have been shot by them, if he had any reason to think they were going to shoot him. Travis had a shotgun which sprays pellets at long range, and doesnt have accuracy that way. I own a 12 gauge shotgun myself. It is a close range, home defense type weapon, Rifles are for longer range targets.
McMicheal did not try to block Aubrey's path. As I already stated (and the video shows). Aubrey could have kept jogging past the truck, or gone to the right. He had no need to jog toward the truck in the first place.
Correct. They were not conducting a citizens arrest , or doing anything. Aubrey is who initiated the conflict and contact.
No they did NOT shoot and kill an innocent man. Aubrey was in the act of committing a violent Crime of assault & battery, mind he was shot in self-defense, video clearly shows. McMicheals are being charged under the black privilege obscenity of blaming white persons, to avoid black riots. Nothing new here.
McMichael says Aubrey "looked like" a suspect in several breakins in the neighborhood...except that the police say there had not been any reported breakins in the previous two months.
McMichael shot Aubrey three times with a shotgun...after chasing him down. Georgia's law says you may arrest someone if they see a crime.
“A private person may arrest an offender if the offense is committed in his presence or within his immediate knowledge.”
McMichael saw no such crime. Confronting Aubrey with a shotgun and never saying anything at all about a citizen's arrest which is certainly a matter of brandishing a weapon and threatening an innocent man who then tried to defend himself and was killed can only be seen as murder....and since this was not a "heat of the moment" attack on Aubrey...it is murder in the first degree.