Roomies, the prosecuting attorney for the Ahmuad Arbery case has been announced. Sworn in as District Attorney in 2019, Joyette Holmes  has accepted the appointment as the prosecuting attorney.

In a press release issued by the Cobb County DA’s office, it stated:

 

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TSR Staff: La’Janeé @_lajanee_ _________________________________ #TSRUpdatez: #Roomies, the prosecuting attorney for the #AhmuadArbery case has been announced. Sworn in as District Attorney in 2019, Joyette Holmes has accepted the appointment as the prosecuting attorney. _________________________________ In a press release issued by the Cobb County DA’s office, it stated: “Cobb District Attorney Joyette M. Holmes announces that she has accepted Attorney General Chris Carr’s appointment of her office to handle prosecution in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery, and that the call to serve will not be taken lightly,” the press release stated. _________________________________ It continued, “The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has charged Gregory McMichael and his son, Travis McMichael, with aggravated assault and murder in Arbery’s death.” _________________________________ Ensuring that they will collect all necessary—Click the link in the bio to read more! (📷: Cobb County DA’s Office)

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“Cobb District Attorney Joyette M. Holmes announces that she has accepted Attorney General Chris Carr’s appointment of her office to handle prosecution in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery, and that the call to serve will not be taken lightly,” the press release stated.

It continued, “The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has charged Gregory McMichael and his son, Travis McMichael, with aggravated assault and murder in Arbery’s death.”

Ensuring that they will collect all necessary materials, they also ensured they will continue to seek new information related to this case. “Our office will immediately gather all materials related to the investigation thus far and continue to seek additional information to move this case forward,” DA Joyette Holmes said.

As the statement continues, the DA’s office also reiterated they are committed to the “process of seeking justice in this case.”

As you may recall, Ahmad Arbery was fatally shot by two white men—Gregory and Travis McMichael, while jogging back in February of this year.

It wasn’t until last week, after video of the incident surfaced, that the two were arrested and charged for the crime.

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