Former Georgia District Attorney Jackie Johnson is facing five years in prison for allegedly helping “protect” Gregory McMichael after his son fatally shot Ahmaud Arbery. The former Brunswick District Attorney was indicted by a grand jury on Thursday over her alleged actions surrounding the 2020 shooting. The indictment claims that Johnson violated her oath of…
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