Franklin County Sheriff's Deputy Jason Meade was indicted on two charges of murder and one count of reckless homicide in the death of Casey Goodson, Jr.
Federal prosecutors have charged the three men with interfering with Arbery's civil rights and attempting to kidnap the Black jogger "because of his race."
"Steve Bannon did nothing wrong," tweeted Representative Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.).
The Republican state senator, Brian Kelsey, was reportedly assisted by a local Nashville restaurant owner.
The Maryland couple was charged with violating the Atomic Energy Act—a federal law that assures the proper management of nuclear materials and their byproducts.
"I did not lie to them. I told them what I knew," Fortenberry said in regard to allegations he lied during testimony before FBI agents.
"Maryland residents should always demand honesty and integrity from those in government," Acting U.S. Attorney Jonathan Lenzner said.
A grand jury declined to indict the former Houston officers, who fatally shot Nicolas Chavez last year after he picked up a stun gun.
The three suspects allegedly ran a multi-functional cable theft scheme between March 2016 and November 2019.
Bryan Scarlatos said he has "strong reason to believe" more indictments are coming while arguing for more time to review evidence submitted by prosecutors.
Chauvin went "beyond the point when such force was needed under the circumstances" during four instances dating to 2014, prosecutors said.
Martique Cabral Vanderpool was an officer with the Fairmount Heights Police Department when he arrested a 19-year-old female following a traffic stop.
"Ahmaud was killed, and nothing was done," said Wanda Cooper, the victim's mother.
Former District Attorney Jackie Johnson allegedly violated her oath as a district attorney by "showing favor and affection to Greg McMichael," one of the men accused of killing Arbery.
Stephen Alford was allegedly part of an extortion plot promising Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) a presidential pardon in exchange for $25 million.
Barrack has been accused of acting and conspiring to act as agents of the United Arab Emirates between April of 2016 and April of 2018.
"I'd like the Biden Administration to show some gumption and take action against the Islamic Republic," she told Newsweek. "Only a stern response will make the Iranian government stop its malign behavior."
Dick Morris claimed prosecutions against the Trump Organization are nothing more than an attempt to keep the former president quiet.
The indictments represent the first criminal cases to emerge from a two-year investigation into the business practices of former President Donald Trump.
Earlier this month, Vallow Daybell, who was also accused of murdering her two kids, was ordered to the custody of the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare.
One of the men indicted on federal charges allegedly messaged his co-defendants about desiring to "be on the front steps and be one of the first ones to breach the doors" of the Capitol.
Sheila Denise Dunlap, 50, allegedly conspired to fraudulently claim 121 stimulus payments worth $1,200 each.
Kolfage was indicted by a federal grand jury in Florida and charged with filing a false tax return with the knowledge that his real income was in "materially in excess of that amount."
Pharmacy owners Peter Khaim and Arkadiy Khamov used emergency medical billing codes to obtain roughly $30 million from Medicare, the indictment alleged.
New York rapper Casanova is still at large after being indicted on charges of conspiracy to commit racketeering, conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, and firearms possession.
"Cuties" released on Netflix in September.
The outrage against the French-Senegalese movie continues after a grand jury in Texas indicted Netflix for "for promoting material in Cuties film which depicts lewd exhibition of pubic area of a clothed or partially clothed child who was younger than 18 yrs of age which appeals to the prurient interest in sex."
In a video posted to her Instagram, the rapper called out people who defend the charges in the Breonna Taylor case.
"I believe that the public deserves this information," Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear said on Wednesday.