While we wait to hear the outcome of the two men who shot and killed Ahmaud Arbery, who was just jogging in his neighborhood, there still seems to be unanswered questions. Of course the real reason why the two men decided they needed to arm themselves to approach Ahmaud. There has even been video footage of Ahmaud looking at a home construction site, although he did nothing but technically trespassed. Then there is the man who recorded the shooting, William "Roddie" Bryan. Why was he recording instead of trying to help. While both Gregory and Travis McMichaels sit in jail now, there is another thing in question. According to TMZ, there was a note left at the shooting site where there is a makeshift memorial. The note read, "Ahmaud, I am so sorry. I should have stopped them. I am so sorry." No one knows who left the note because there is no name left and it seems as if that person was a witness. The news station News4Jax captured the photo of the card, which is now in question. Arbery's family attorney, Lee Merritt said a picture of the note will be sent immediately to GBI agents along with investigators working for District Attorney Joyette Holmes and it will be a part of the case.