The music industry’s most elite artist ranging from Jay Z, Meek Mill, Alicia Keys and more have officially teamed up to demand justice from Georgia officials upon the unethical and horrific murder of #AhmaudArbery!
According to TMZ, the Roc Nation family has signed and delivered an open letter this past weekend, to Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, Georgia AG Christopher Darr and District Attorney Tom Durden.
Sources have confirmed that label has vocalized the necessary, fairly however speedy trail of Ahmaud’s killers Greg and Travis McMichael. While also noting that the man behind the recording of the incident needs to be arrested and charged as an accomplice.
The letter reads, “By now, we’ve all seen the crime’s disturbing video, so the facts here are not in doubt: He was unarmed and innocent and the victim of a hate crime. Which is why we call upon you today, as official leaders of the Great State of Georgia, and with the entire world watching, to ensure that a fair trial is conducted, as that can only lead to the appropriate felony convictions of both McMichaels. We also implore you to charge William Bryan as an armed accomplice to the crime.”
Also noting the conflict of interest presented by DA Durden due to the fact that Greg McMichael is a former police officer and they know each other.
The statement continues, “We truly appreciate that you have arrested and charged these men with Ahmaud’s murder, and are hopeful that a trial and conviction will show that, in the state that gave us Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and has been the site of the best and worst of the Civil Rights movement, Dr. King’s words do ring true: ‘The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.”
Together they originally requested for a special prosecutor to be assigned to the case, which has now been appointed to a Joyette Holmes.