Black Lives Matter & F*** Yo Flag Activist Arrested for Video Threats to Kill White People, Police

A Black woman who goes by “Eye Empress Sekhmet” was arrested in Clayton County, Georgia on Thursday for making video-taped threats to kill white people and police, reported WSB-TV. WSB reported she also called for activists to ‘take over’ police stations.

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Eye Empress Sekhmet, video screen image via WSB.

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Eye Empress Sekhmet from an earlier ‘F*** Yo Flag’ demonstration. Image via RespectThatMelanin.

Eye Empress Sekhmet made threats to kill white people in a recent video that was taken down from YouTube but was reposted at SendVid. The video was titled, “DECLARATION OF OPEN SEASON ON CRACKAS”.


In the 3:32 video, a camouflage-jacket wearing Eye Empress Sekhmet wields a machete and a large caliber handgun as she repeatedly calls for ‘open season’ on ‘crackas’ while the sound of gunfire is played in the background.

An excerpt can be found at YouTube.

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Eye Empress Sekhmet arrested, image via WSB/Scoopnest.

WSB posted video of Eye Empress Sekhmet being arrested Thursday. She was not so bold as she was meekly taken away, telling the station it was “ridiculous” that she was being arrested over a video.

UPDATE: WSB reports the woman’s name is Latausha Nedd and that she has been charged with ‘making terroristic threats and transmitting those threats through social media.’

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