Lawyers for Ahmaud Arbery defendants draw on racist legal legacy in trial
Hofstra University historian Alan Singer joins Here & Now‘s Robin Young to talk about the racist legacy of citizen’s arrest, which lawyers are claiming in the case of three men accused of killing Black jogger Ahmaud Arbery last year in Georgia.
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