When you hear that a man can't go jogging in his neighborhood without being chased and murdered in the streets by some men who accused him of something, it makes you feel disgusted. That's what happened to Ahmaud Arbery. Ahmaud was shot and killed in Feb. 23, 2020 after Gregory McMichael, 64, and Travis McMichael, 34, his son, followed him in their pickup. Ahmaud's family has said he was out jogging, while the McMichaels, who are white, said they thought he was a burglar. Well it looks like a former Georgia district attorney was indicted Thursday by a grand jury, which said she showed preference to the McMichaels' men, according to NBC News. The former prosecutor, Jacquelyn Lee Johnson, was indicted on charges of violation of oath of public officer and obstruction of a police officer, Johnson was the Brunswick Judicial Circuit district attorney when Ahmaud was killed. She basically recused herself from the case days after the shooting. She noted that Gregory McMichael, a former Glynn County police officer, had been an investigator in her office for more than 30 years before he retired in May 2019. But her part was that she showed favor to Greg McMichael during the investigation. But Johnson also is alleged to have hindered two police officers by directing that Travis McMichael should not be placed under arrest. We are still waiting to see if Ahmaud's family will get the justice they deserve.