William ‘Roddie’ Bryan (Ahmaud Arbery’s Videographer) Bio, Age, Arrested

William 'Roddie' Bryan (Ahmaud Arbery's Videographer)
William ‘Roddie’ Bryan (Ahmaud Arbery’s Videographer)

William ‘Roddie’ Bryan Biography

This is what you need to know about the man who recorded the video of the fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery. ‘Roddie’ Bryan recorded the video from a neighborhood outside Brunswick, Georgia. He has been arrested on charges including felony murder, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.

Bryan witnessed the deadly encounter between Travis McMichael and Arbery on February 23 from a vehicle behind a pickup that stopped in the road. Gregory McMichael, who was in the bed of the pickup during the shooting, told police that Bryan had tried to help them stop Arbery earlier, according to an incident report.

A person can be charged with felony murder in Georgia if he or she is alleged to have contributed to another’s death, even unintentionally, while committing another felony. Bryan also faces a charge of criminal attempt to commit false imprisonment.

William ‘Roddie’ Bryan Age

‘Roddie’ Bryan is 50 years old.

Ahmaud Arbery
Ahmaud Arbery

Ahmaud Arbery’s Murder

Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old black man, set out for a jog in Brunsick, Georgia, one afternoon in late February but was killed by Gregory McMichael, 64, and his son, Travis McMichael, 34, both of whom are white. McMichael and his son, Travis McMichael say they mistook Arbery for a burglary suspect. So, they grabbed two guns, hopped into their pickup truck, and pursued him. Arbery was shot during an altercation with the pair, and died of his wounds. The men who killed him roamed free for more than two months.

This incident was thrust into the national spotlight in early May when a video filmed by a witness, William ‘Roddie’ Bryan showing the gruesome footage of Arbery’s final moments, was uploaded to social media and shared widely. It has since led to the arrests of the McMichaels on felony murder and aggravated assault charges, been assigned to a fourth district attorney, and prompted widespread anger and calls for justice