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Black supremacist Kori Ali Muhammad, 39, shot and killed three white people in Fresco, California on Tuesday while screaming "Allahu Akbar."
Muhammad reportedly gunned down white people at random with a .357 revolver while making his way towards Catholic Charities on North Fulton Street.
Muhammad was wanted by police for allegedly murdering a security guard at a Motel 6 last Thursday.
A gunman with an affinity for the Dallas police shooter moved randomly from person-to-person, murdering three people in downtown Fresno, California, and he shouted Allahu Akbar as he was arrested, police said in a news conference.
Altogether, the gunman wounded four people in the downtown shootings, killing three of them; all of those victims were white men, reported the Fresno Bee, which added that police said Muhammad had also expressed “dislike of whites” on Facebook.Screenshots from his Facebook profile show he had a deep hatred for white people,
whom he called "white devils," and celebrated their deaths.
He also supported the Black Lives Matter movement:
Muhammad supported "Hotep" concepts which revolve around culturally appropriating the history of ancient Egyptians.
The AP attracted controversy on Twitter for saying Muhammad shouted "God is great" during the shooting. In fact he shouted "Allahu Akbar," which translated to "God is great" in Arabic.
Video from Muhammad's YouTube channel shows he called for bringing "destruction and wrath upon America."
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