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'Guilty for all three defendants': Former prosecutor shares hoped-for verdict after Arbery's death

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Former Cobb County District Attorney Joyette Holmes was one of several prosecutors tasked with seeking justice in the death of Ahmaud Arbery after months-long delays in charging his alleged killers. The case against Travis McMichael, the man who shot Arbery, McMichael’s father and former prosecutorial investigator Gregory McMichael, and area resident William “Roddie” Bryan, who filmed parts of the deadly encounter, has been mired in allegations of prosecutorial misconduct. In one example, former Glynn County District Attorney Jackie Johnson was indicted on counts of obstruction and violating her oath of office. Holmes, the first Black woman to serve as Cobb County’s district attorney, was essentially tasked with cleaning up the mess of a prosecution, but she was ultimately unseated last November by current District Attorney Flynn Brody Jr. She told WABE radio station in an interview that aired Monday she has “great confidence........

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