NEWSFLASH! You better watch what you say about the police online because they’re watching YOU!
Just yesterday a Atlanta woman spoke out after she was arrested for making terroristic threats against police officers via her Facebook page (click HERE if you missed that) and now metro Atlanta area authorities have arrested yet another woman for allegedly making terroristic threats online.
Latausha Nedd (aka Eye Empress Sekhmet) pictured above, an outspoken supporter of The Black Lives Matter movement, was arrested yesterday by Clayton County police after she posted several YouTube videos calling for a war on white people and police.
According to authorities, Nedd’s videos “are filled with profanity and hate for white people” and they claim her words are stronger than any weapon could ever be, with the ability the incite a riot. *sigh*
Details + watch one of the videos that may have got her arrested below…
WSB-TV was the only media outlet present as officers from the FBI, the U.S. Marshals Service and a joint terrorism task force moved in Thursday to arrest the youtuber. They report:
Nedd had a lot to say as she was put into handcuffs.
“This is about a YouTube video? I’ve seen worse on YouTube,” Nedd said from the back of a police cruiser. “All I said was defend yourself against people who want to kill us. That’s all. I never said anything more than that.”
Nedd claims she’s harmless. But according to police, her words are as dangerous as any weapon.
“It’s also the reaction she solicits or anyone solicits from people who may be listening,” Register said.
Nedd remains in the Clayton County Jail, charged with making terroristic threats and transmitting those threats through social media.
As she was placed in the back of a police car, Nedd stated, ‘If I should die in police custody, know that I DID NOT COMMIT SUICIDE.’ (a reference to the controversial Sandra Bland case).
Nedd claims she was only telling people to defend themselves, but according to authorities her videos indicate otherwise. She has called for activists to “take over” police stations and in one video removed by YouTube, she is seen holding a gun while issuing threats against white people, declaring “open season” on “crackas.”
“I say let’s have a take a gun day, and start walking up on these untrained (expletive deleted) and stealing their weapons,” she said in another video.
Check out her most recent video below (posted just prior to her arrest) and judge for yourself… Warning (explicit language)
VIDEO: September 24, 2015
FYI – Nedd appeared in court earlier this morning and a judge denied bond.
I’m not so sure these charges are going to stick, but who knows? This is feeling like NWA all over again…
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