Medical Examiner Says Ahmaud Arbery Was ‘Dead Before He Hit the Ground’
In Georgia. a medical examiner says that Ahmaud Arbery was dead before his body hit the ground.
Dr. Edmund Donoghue said Arbery was hit by two of the three shotgun blasts fired at him. He said both gunshots caused severe bleeding, and either wound could have killed the Black 25-year-old.
Jurors also saw autopsy photos that showed Arbery’s white T-shirt stained entirely.
The jury also saw close-up photos of his injuries, including several large cuts to Arbery’s face from when he fell facedown in the street.
According to Dr. Donoghue, thirteen shotgun pellets exited Arbery’s back, and 11 more were recovered from his wounds.
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