Fox News Legal Analyst Says He's 'Very Embarassed' by Defense Attorneys' Antics in Arbery Trial
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"When you give a closing argument and you talk about a dead man's dirty long, black toenails, that in and of itself is very offensive," Fox News contributor Ted Williams declared.
Immediately after all three defendants were found guilty of murdering Ahmaud Arbery on Wednesday, Fox News contributor Ted Williams tore into the defense team's "very offensive" actions throughout the emotional trial.

Attempting to build a case that their white clients were trying to enforce a citizen's arrest on a supposedly dangerous criminal and were forced to kill the unarmed Arbery in self-defense, one attorney went so far as to traffic in racist tropes about the deceased Black man.

"Turning Ahmaud Arbery into a victim after the choices that he made does not reflect the reality of what brought Ahmaud Arbery to Satilla Shores in his khaki shorts with no socks to cover his long, dirty toenails," Laura Hoge, lawyer for Gregory McMichael, said this week to audible gasps from people in the courtroom.

Kevin Gough, attorney for William "Roddie" Bryan, sparked outrage and admonishment from the judge for complaining earlier this month that he didn't "want any more Black pastors coming" into the courtroom during the trial.

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