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Fresno Shooting Suspect Yells in Court: ‘Let Black People Go’

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A road is blocked by police tape after a multiple victim shooting incident in downtown Fresno, California, U.S. April 18, 2017.

The man who allegedly gunned down four white men in Fresno, California was in court early Friday morning over the racially motivated attacks, shouting about natural disasters and to "let black people go." Kori Ali Muhammad is accused to killing security guard Carl Williams, who was unarmed, at a Motel 6 last week. But Williams, police said, was just the first of four people Muhammad murdered before his arrest. He told police he had tried to kill as many white people as he could before he was apprehended. A doctor has been assigned to examine him, and his bail is set at $2.6 million.