(WATCH) Black Supremacist Militias Gather Outside Ahmaud Arbery Trial, Offer Violent, Racist Threats (VIDEO)

Outside the Glynn County, Georgia courtroom, members of black supremacist organizations have gathered in anticipation of a decision in the trial of Ahmaud Arbery, who was shot and killed by police officers in 2011. Black supremacist organizations, including the New Black Panther Party and other black supremacist organizations, chanted “black power” and other anti-white chants as they stood outside the courtroom.  Numerous protestors were armed with semiautomatic rifles and outfitted in tactical gear.

“We have to develop a squad of undercover hit-men to go after these goddamn killers,” said Mikhail Muhammad, a spokesman for the New Black Panther Party.

Muhammad was arrested in 2012 after he posted a $10,000 bounty on George Zimmerman’s head. Throughout the day, he made several anti-white remarks, characterized himself as an anti-Semite, and denigrated “the Arabs and all the others who are blood-suckers of black people.”

The armed gang carried an open casket, which was intended to represent Arbery. It was equipped with a connected monitor that displayed images of Arbery while accompanying commentary and music was played. In the words of one speaker, “Black People are not gonna take a not guilty verdict here laying down,” the audience responded enthusiastically.

“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 vocal support from the crowd as he seemingly referenced the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

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

Several charges, including murder, are being brought against Greg McMichael and his son Travis in connection with the death of Ahmaud Arbery. Another man, William Bryan, is also facing murder charges after he filmed the confrontation.

The McMichaels have asserted that Arbery was a known vandal and that the area was undergoing an outbreak of property crimes, and that their actions were justified. McMichael’s father, a retired law enforcement officer, insists that he recognized Arbery from surveillance film from a previous crime.

The jury began deliberations on the case on Tuesday. The three men accused of chasing and eventually murdering Ahmaud Arbery will face hate-crime charges in federal court in February, regardless of the outcome of the trial.

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