A Group Of Armed Black Men Protested Through The Georgia Neighborhood Where Ahmaud Arbery Was Killed
“You don’t win wars by marching and protesting you win wars by fighting back,” one of the organizers said.
May 15, 2020 at 4:51 pm
A group of armed Black men posted up in the neighborhood where Ahmaud Arbery was killed in protest of his death.
On Saturday, the Panther Special Operations command armed patrol, along with members of I Fight For My People and My Vote Is Hip Hop, led a procession that celebrated Arbery’s life, reports the Daily Mail. A group of about 1,000 Black bikers and protesters walked through Satilla Shores with the 25-year-old’s family and friends and released balloons in the neighborhood where Travis and Gregory McMichael gunned down the unarmed jogger, according to WTOC.
The men, who were legally armed, seemed unfazed by the predominantly white residents.
“You think they would have shot me if I was running through they goddamn neighborhood?” one gun-toting man said. “Well I’mma give them an opportunity.”