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The new prosecutor in the Ahmaud Arbery murder case is already drawing comparisons to Tammy Kemp, the Black Texas judge who was heavily criticized for embracing former cop Amber Guyger at the end of her murder trial.

Guyger was sentenced to 10 years in prison for the shooting death of her Black neighbor Botham Jean.

The Internet gave a unanimous vote of no confidence to Joyette Holmes, the Black Cobb County prosecutor who was tapped to lead the Arbery murder case on Monday.

Arbery, 25, was killed by two white men in Brunswick, Georgia on Feb. 23.

Holmes is the 4th prosecutor to take over the case.

Black Twitter users reacted with anger after Twitter activist Tariq Nasheed posted a photo of Holmes posing with law enforcement officers in Cobb County, a majority Republican district north of Atlanta.

"There is no point in having black ppl in the justice system they are worse than the white ppl," tweeted on user. "All they care about is their status and pleasing white ppl. It’s a slap in the face honestly."

"Why didn't they just get Diamond and Silk??" wrote another.

"Another Tammy the mammy," tweeted a third user.

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Cobb County DA's Office

Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr on Monday named Cobb County District Attorney Joyette Holmes to take over the Ahmaud Arbery murder case, NPR reported.

Holmes will be the 4th prosecutor and the first Black woman to lead the investigation.

Arbery, 25, was killed by two white men in Brunswick, Georgia on Feb. 23.

Travis McMichael, 34, and his father Gregory McMichael, 64, a retired police detective, were arrested last week and charged with felony murder and aggravated assault.

In a statement on the Cobb County district attorney's Facebook page, Holmes said, "Our office will immediately gather all materials related to the investigation thus far and continues to seek additional information to move this case forward."

The previous prosecutors recused themselves because they were either friends with or colleagues of the suspects.

Holmes was previously both a prosecutor and defense lawyer in Cobb County, according to her bio on the county website.