Jurors shown gruesome autopsy photos of Ahmaud Arbery’s injuries
Beverly Green with the Transformative Justice Coalition demonstrates outside the Glynn County Courthouse during jury selection for the three men charged with the shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery(AFP)

BRUNSWICK, Ga. — Ahmaud Arbery was shot twice last year after being chased through the Satilla Shores neighborhood, but the first shotgun blast alone was enough to kill him, a forensic pathologist testified. Dr. Edmund Donoghue, a renowned pathologist and former chief medical examiner of Cook County, Illinois, conducted Arbery’s autopsy the day after the shooting. From the stand, the GBI pathologist walked jurors through close-up photographs of the grievous injuries that Arbery suffered after being shot at close range by defendant Travis McMichael. Though his wounds were fatal, none of the pel...