First Responders Charged in Elijah McClain’s Death

Legal analyst Paul Henderson joins BNC to discuss Elijah McClain, Ahmaud Arbery and the Martinsville Seven cases.

It’s been two years since Elijah McClain’s death and the police officers and paramedics involved have just been charged with manslaughter. Henderson points out that the reason the charge took so long is due to prosecutors’ initial rejection of the case. He continues by discussing a Savannah judge who decided not to use Ahmaud Arbery’s past as evidence in the trial against the men charged in his death. The judge says that Arbery’s character isn’t relevant or admissible in a murder case like this. Lastly, Henderson explains the importance of the pardon of the seven men involved in the Martinsville Seven case.

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