Attorney Kevin Gough Confronted About ‘Black Pastors’ Comment

On Thursday, defense attorney Kevin Gough said no more “Black pastors” should be allowed to come into the courtroom during the trial of the three men accused of killing Ahmaud Arbery.

This came after Rev. Al Sharpton sat with Arbery’s family in the courtroom. BNC correspondent Dray Clark spoke with Gough outside of the Glynn County courthouse to ask him about his comments. When asked if his comments were racist, Gough responds, “What I say in court, I say in court.” As Clark walked with Gough and asked if he would apologize, the defense attorney said, “Watch the proceedings this morning.”

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