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The three men serving life in prison for Ahmaud Arbery's murder were again handed lengthy prison sentences Monday on federal hate crime charges.

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Travis McMichael, who fatally shot Arbery, will serve his federal sentence of life plus 10 years. His father, Gregory, who initiated the deadly pursuit of the jogger,

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will serve life prison plus seven years. Their neighbor William "Roddie" Bryan, who took a video of the killing, was sentenced to 35 years in prison.

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They will serve the federal sentences concurrently with the state time. The judge denied each man's request Monday to serve his sentences in federal prison.

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In February, a jury found that the three men, who are white, violated Arbery’s civil rights and targeted him because of his race. Arbery was Black.

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Although the men are already serving life sentences, the additional punishments mark "an important moment for the Civil Rights Section of the Department of Justice

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an important moment for the Civil Rights Section of the Department of Justice and an important moment for the federal judiciary,

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Arbery, 25, was killed Feb. 23, 2020, after the McMichaels grabbed guns and jumped in a truck to chase him after he ran past their home

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The McMichaels and Bryan were found guilty of one count each of interference with rights and attempted kidnapping in February.

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