- Dec 19, 2007
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The D.A. better be very careful on that tight rope or his office will be burned to the ground when the situation flips.He can be charged with the same crimes, because like Texas, Georgia has a law that says all persons involved in the commission of a felony are legally responsible for the actions of all participants. This includes murders that occur during the commission of other crimes.
Because he was aware of the intentions of the two men to illegally detain Arbery, he can be found guilty of the same crimes they are charged with, including murder.
In Texas, there have been multiple executions of accomplices to murder over the years. Simply driving the getaway car can result in a death sentence.
It'll take a while to happen, but I fully expect the guy to be charged. He'll then get a plea bargain offer from the state to flip on the other two. That'll help secure their murder conviction.
Georgia Law on When a Person is a Party to a Crime
§16-2-20 state every person concerned in the commission of a crime is a party thereto and may be charged with and convicted of commission of the crime. ... Intentionally advises, encourages, hires, counsels, or procures another to commit the crime.
Fuckin Whitey always killing the black man for no reason according to the MSM while ignoring actual stats.