(Obtained by The Washington Post)
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Video appears to show fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery
This video appears to show the fatal shooting of Ahmaud Abery, a 25-year-old black man, on Feb. 23. Arbery was jogging in Brunswick, Ga., when Gregory McMichael and his son Travis followed him in their truck.
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