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Monday, November 29, 2021

Supporters of the Ahmaud Arberi family are watching outside the courthouse.

Arbury family supporters, who gathered outside a courthouse in Brunswick, Georgia, during their closing hearing on Monday, said they were worried but optimistic that a jury would find the three accused guilty of murder.

“I am confident that we will achieve justice for Ahmad, but if we do not, it will not be a surprise,” said Antwon Suiter, president of Black Lives Matter Shenandoah Valley.

Mr. Suiter is one of several activists who came to Braunschweig several times during the trial. He was joined on this trip by a handful of other Virginia supporters. He said that if the trial ends in an acquittal, it will be another example of the justice system not serving African Americans.

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Members of the New Black Panther Party in black berets and uniforms strolled through the courthouse at noon. When Marcus Arbury, Mr. Arbury’s father, arrived with Mark Baker, a pastor from Brunswick, the group led their supporters to chant the name of Ahmaud Arbury.

For Brenda Barfield, the trial was an opportunity to support Wanda Cooper Jones, the mother of Mr. Arbury. Ms. Barfield said she arrived in Brunswick on Sunday evening from the Orlando, Florida area, traveling with one of her sons.

“I am a black mother of two sons and I believe there is a need for change in this country,” she said. “Solutions need to be discussed and huge problems to be solved.”

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