Brunswick Man Says ‘Black People’ May Riot After Arbery Verdict

The Brunswick community is gearing up for a verdict in the trial of the three white men accused of killing Ahmaud Arbery.

BNC correspondent Jenyne Donaldson, who is live outside a Brunswick courtroom, says the mayor and law enforcement maintain they want to keep a small police presence, but they have state and local resources ready to respond if needed. Members of the community say they have concerns, but are hoping things remain as peaceful as they’ve been. Brunswick resident Gene Spalding says he shares a different sentiment, and believes “Black people are going to be a problem” if all three men aren’t found guilty.

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