Video by Dave Decker, Edited by Ford Fischer

An armed coalition led by Black Panthers and including Black Lives Matter groups marched Monday outside the Glynn County Courthouse where Greg and Travis McMichael and William ‘Roddie’ Bryan face charges of murdering Ahmaud Arbrey.

“What do we want? Conviction! If we don’t get it, shut it down!” chanted the coalition as they marched through Brunswick, GA, the day before deliberations began.

Attorney Malik Zulu Shabazz of the New Black Panther Party blasted the closing arguments by defense in the Ahmaud Arbrey case.

“That was a bunch of racist drivel” he said. “As an attorney at law, I’m ashamed of what I heard in that courtroom.”

Ahead of the armed march the group rallied and took turns stomping on a Confederate flag outside the courthouse.

“When Black lives are under attack, what do we do?” chanted JaPharii Jones of Black Lives Matter 757 in front of the courthouse.
“Stand up, fight back!”