An attorney's attempt to ban Black pastors isn't keeping the Rev. Jesse Jackson away from the Arbery killing trial

牧師. Jesse Jackson said he has amoral obligationto be in court during the trial off three White men charged with killing Ahmaud Arbery and will be present for the rest of the week and beyond.

“私は (standing) by people who are in need, backs against the wall,” ジャクソンは言った. “It’s what we do. So we are going to keep sitting with this family. It is a priority focus of ours now.
Jackson’s remarks Monday came after defense attorney Kevin Gough attempted to have Jackson removed from court as the civil rights leader sat with Arbery’s family. Gough insists that prominent Black pastors such as Jackson and the Rev. アル・シャープトン, who has also been at the trial, can influence the jury. 先週, Gough asked the judge to ban Black pastors from court and later apologized for it.
      月曜日に, Gough said he objected to Jackson’s presence in the public gallery inside the courtroom.
        How many pastors does that Arbery family have? We had the Rev. Al Sharpton here earlier last weekI don’t know who Mr. ジャクソン, 改訂. Jackson is pastoring here,” Gough said.
          We are concerned about whether it conscious or unconscious, the impact of their presence with respect to the jury and with respect to the proceedings in this case,” 彼が追加した.
          The judge denied Gough’s request.
          It’s common for prominent Black pastors to accompany Black families to court and public events to provide support when they have lost loved ones to police brutality or vigilante violence. Some have been appointed as spokespeople for grieving families.
          Jackson announced Friday that he would be in court this week, saying Gough’s line of thinking was “受け入れられない。” Gough had suggested that Jackson attended the trial last week, but he was not present.
            Sharpton said Gough is showing disregard for a family’s right to havesomeone present to give spiritual strength to bear this pain.
            This is pouring salt into their wounds,” Sharpton said.