The fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery has shook the Black community and a card that was left at the crime scene is even more shocking. As we learn more about the 25-year-old and his assailants, a lot of thangs are starting to unfold.

It seems  there was a mysterious card left at the crime of the tragic incident.

Captured by a local news station—News4JAX—the card reads, “I am sorry. I should have stopped them.” Many are wondering if someone else witnessed the crime, at the time of the fatal shooting?

According to TMZ, the card will be turned over to the GBI and is a “critical piece of evidence.”

Arbery’s family attorney, Lee Merritt, tells TMZ …a picture of the note will be sent immediately to GBI agents along with investigators working for District Attorney Joyette Holmes.

If you recall, Ahmaud Arbery was fatally shot, in February, while taking a jog in a neighborhood located in Brunswick, GA. The arrests of Gregory and Travis McMichael came after a video of the crime was released and many expressed their outrage.

As we previously reported, Joyette M. Holmes has been selected as the lead prosecutor in this case.

According to NPR, Travis and Gregory McMichael are currently being held without bail, and they have been charged with murder and aggravated assault.

“We have to convince a judge to set him a bond,” Hogue said, during a press conference in Macon, Ga. “A tall order for a judge to set a bond in any murder case, but let alone one that’s gotten a lot of attention like this one.”

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