Two police officers were ambushed and murdered in Kissimmee, FL on Friday night. The man who has been arrested, Everett Glenn Miller, opened fire on the two before they could even draw their guns. He fled the scene but police apprehended him a few hours later with two guns still in his possession.
He called himself a Moor, a group which is based on the Moorish Science Temple founded in 1925 and was originally based on Islam. “I am a moor..I need a Warrior Queen becuse [sic]…I am a King of know person..i am a King of Myself. I am A Moor!”
A look at the man’s social media reveals a self-proclaimed Black supremacist who had grown increasingly upset towards police, President Trump, and white people in general.
Miller took the name Malik Mohammad Ali on Facebook and his posts are disturbing. He is a veteran of the Marines but appears to have taken a drastic turn towards hatred and vigilantism at some point. The events in Charlottesville seem to have pushed him over the edge.
Posting a picture of James Fields, the man accused of killing Heather Heyer, Miller writes, “D**n Terrorist…White Terrorist in America. Be on the look out [sic] for white males that look like him.”
Miller then goes on to express his hatred for white people;
“White parents taught you to hate my skin color. Thats [sic] why…i always say white ppl hate. My parents told me to be scared of white ppl. Why..cause why [sic] ppl kill.”
His post got even more violent at that point, reading;
“When them ni$$@ wake up..its [sic] going to be some hell to answer for. You only can poke a tie up dog for so long. Once that chain breaks its [sic] over. Wake up America before its [sic] too late.”
— Mike DeForest (@DeForestNews6) August 19, 2017
Obviously hatred of the police won out over skin color because one of the officers that Miller killed was a Black man.
This is the second known attack on police officers by a self-proclaimed Moor. Last year Gavin Long, a member of a Moorish sect called the Washitaw Nation, ambushed six officers, killing three of them. Sadly, Long was also a former Marine.