VIDEO: Black Supremacist Militias Gather Outside Courthouse Where Ahmaud Arbery Trial Jurors Are Deliberating


Black supremacist organizations have gathered outside the Glynn County, Georgia courthouse where a verdict is soon expected in the trial over the shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery. Members of the New Black Panther party, as well as other black supremacist organizations, chanted “black power” and various anti-white slogans. Many of the demonstrators were armed with semiautomatic rifles and dressed in tactical gear.

“We have to develop a squad of undercover hit-men to go after these goddamn killers,” said New Black Panther Party spokesman Mikhail Muhammad. “These bastards didn’t want no questions they wanted blood, so we want blood today, the McMichaels. I’m not saying that all white people are bad, but there are way too many for me to feel comfortable.”

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Muhammad was arrested in 2012 after placing a $10,000 bounty on George Zimmerman. He made several anti-white comments throughout the day, described himself as an anti-Semite and maligned “the Arabs and all the others who are blood-suckers of black people.”

The armed group brought an open casket meant to symbolize Arbery. It included an attached monitor that displayed images of Arbery over commentary and music. “Black People are not gonna take a not guilty verdict here laying down,” one speaker said to resounding agreement from the crowd.

“A whole lot of people, just people, is not gonna accept a ‘not guilty’ verdict in this county as it came down in Milwaukee. Am I right?” he added, again drawing agreement from the crowd as he apparently referenced the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

“Y’all are in serious trouble because the wrath of karma is coming on America,” said a man who identified himself as the Supreme Commander of the New Black Panther militia. “We’re not taking it no more.”


Greg McMichael and his son Travis are facing multiple charges, including murder, stemming from the death of Ahmaud Arbery. Another man, William Bryan, is also facing murder charges for filming the altercation.

The McMichaels have argued self-defense, claiming Arbery was a known vandal and that the neighborhood was experiencing an epidemic of property crimes. The elder McMichael, a former law enforcement officer, maintains that he recognized Arbery from CCTV footage of a recent burglary.

Jurors began deliberating on Tuesday. Regardless of the outcome of the trial, the three men accused of pursuing and later killing Ahmaud Arbery will face hate-crime charges in federal court this February.