McMichael’s attorney, Amy Lee Copeland, said he has already gotten “hundreds of threats” and pointed to a U.S. Justice Department investigation into the safety of Georgia’s prison system as cause to keep him out of a state facility.
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Arbery Shooter Denied Request to Stay in Federal Prison Rather Than State Jail
Travis McMichael, who was convicted of killing Ahmaud Arbery, said he is worried he will be killed by fellow inmates if he serves his life sentence in a state facility. However, a judge denied his request to remain in federal custody. So reports NBC News.
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