Jason Vaughn Fights for Justice

Really good article in The Washington Post today about Ahmaud Arbery’s high school football coach’s fight for justice.

Vaughn knew Arbery loved to run. Arbery lived in the neighborhood of Fancy Bluff, and his route would often take him about two miles across U.S. Route 17 — a bustling four-lane highway connecting Brunswick and the sandy-beach resorts of Jekyll Island on the Atlantic Ocean. He would cross into Satilla Shores, a small subdivision comprised mostly of 20th-century ranch homes nestled beneath towering oak trees cloaked in thick Spanish moss.

That’s where Arbery was on the afternoon of Feb. 23 when he was shot and killed after being chased through the neighborhood by three White men.

Ahmaud Arbery’s killing was met with silence. His high school football coach vowed to find justice.

Such a sad time we live in…