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WASHINGTON - A Georgia man and his dad sentenced for government disdain wrongdoings for the homicide of a Black man who was shot dead while running were condemned to life in jail on Monday.

Travis McMichael, 36, and his dad, Gregory McMichael, 66, are now carrying out life punishments in the wake of being tracked down blameworthy in a state preliminary for the 2020 homicide of Ahmaud Arbery.

US District Judge Lisa Godbey Wood condemned the two men to life in jail on discrete disdain wrongdoings charges and denied their solicitations that they be permitted to carry out their punishments in a government jail rather than a state office.

The McMichaels, who are white, pursued Arbery in a pickup truck on 23 February 2020 as he ran through their area close to the town of Brunswick, Georgia.

Travis McMichael defied the 25-year-old Arbery as he passed by their truck and shot and killed him.

The racially-charged case added fuel to cross country fights over police killings of African Americans started at first by the homicide in May 2020 of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

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