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- 【アーマウド・アーベリー ジョギング中に元警察官らが殺害】US GA Shooting Mother
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- Arbery's mother: Killers should get death penalty
- Wanda Cooper-Jones says she wants the dealth penalty for the people responsible for the shooting death of her son Ahmaud Arbery. "Ahmaud wasn't given a chance, he wasn't given a chance to to live. He chose to fight and still was killed," she told the Associated Press on Wednesday. "So, I think that they should get what Ahmaud got." Arbery, 25, was pursued by a white father and son before being shot on a residential street just outside the port city of Brunswick, Georgia. His death has fueled a national outcry and questions about whether the slaying was racially motivated. Cooper-Jones says her son was the most humble person she knew. All she wanted was for him to be successful. "As long as you're above ground, you have opportunities to do whatever you want to do," she says she would tell Arbery. "So we just got to keep pushing." Arbery was fatally shot Feb. 23 by the men who told police they chased him because they believed he matched the appearance of a burglary suspect caught on surveillance video. Cooper-Jones says an investigator called her that evening and told her that Arbery was involved in a burglary and killed in a resulting confrontation. "It was, it was a numb feeling," she says. "It was a feeling that I had never felt before, a feeling that I would never like to feel again." Cooper-Jones has said she thinks her son, a former high school football player, was just jogging in the neighborhood before he was killed. On Monday, Georgia's attorney general appointed a black district attorney from the Atlanta area Monday to take over the case. She is the third outside prosecutor on the case. Federal prosecutors are also considering hate crimes charges, the Justice Department said, which would allow for a separate case in federal court. Video leaked last week shows a black man running at a jogging pace. A truck is stopped in the road ahead of him, with one white man standing in the pickup's bed and another beside the open driver's side door. The running man attempts to pass the pickup on the passenger side, moving briefly outside the camera's view. A gunshot sounds, and the video shows the running man grappling with a man over what appears to be a shotgun or rifle. A second shot can be heard, and the running man can be seen punching the other man. A third shot is fired at point-blank range. The running man staggers a few feet and falls face down. Gregory McMichael and his son, Travis McMichael, were arrested last week, more than two months later, after video of the shooting appeared online and provoked outrage. Waynesboro, Georgia - 13 May 2020 1. STILL of Wanda Cooper-Jones during Zoom interview 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Wanda Cooper-Jones, Ahmaud Arbery's mother: "Ahmaud was the most humblest individual that you could ever meet. Ahmaud cared, Ahmaud was kind, Ahmaud was well mannered. Ahmaud was, like I basically say all the time, to know Ahmaud is to love Ahmaud. And I really wish people could have really gotten to know Ahmaud, to really really know Ahmaud, because Ahmaud was love." ++SEPARATED BY BLACK++ 3. STILL of Wanda Cooper-Jones during Zoom interview 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Wanda Cooper-Jones, Ahmaud Arbery's mother: "I was told that Ahmaud, he fought for his life. I think it's that, I mean, he would just probably say keep fighting." ++SEPARATED BY BLACK++ 5. STILL of Wanda Cooper-Jones during Zoom interview 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Wanda Cooper-Jones, Ahmaud Arbery's mother: "Honestly, I really do think that the parties involved should be given the death penalty. You know, my son was, he was shot and killed. Ahmaud wasn't given a chance, he wasn't given a chance to to live. He chose to fight and still was killed. So. I think that they should get what Ahmaud got." ++SEPARATED BY BLACK++ 7. STILL of Wanda Cooper-Jones during Zoom interview 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Wanda Cooper-Jones, Ahmaud Arbery's mother: "I just wanted him to be to be successful. I mean he was 25 and Ahmaud, had a chance to do anything that he, that he chose to do. And I used to always tell I mean all my kids, you know, as long as you're above ground, you have opportunities to do whatever you want to do. So we just got to keep pushing. And that's what we were striving to do." ++SEPARATED BY BLACK++ 9. STILL of Wanda Cooper-Jones during Zoom interview 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Wanda Cooper-Jones, Ahmaud Arbery's mother: "It was, it was a numb feeling. It was a feeling that I had never felt before, a feeling that I would never like to feel again. I immediately reached out to my family members to tell them what I, what was just shared with me. I wasn't proud that Ahmaud had been killed while he was committing a crime, they say burglary, but that I was forced to share."
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