Muhammad has an extensive social media footprint showing a hatred of white people, as well as of President Trump and one of his advisers, Steve Bannon.
In one post, Muhammad refers to Bannon as a “racist grafted white devil.”
Muhammad was also active on Twitter and has posted several music videos to You Tube.
In one track entitled “U Gone Need Me,” Muhammad raps about being “on a mission for the liberation of my people.”
“Hollow points make a white devil body spin,” he raps.
“Kill a racist devil dead, cut off they head, put a bullet in they head, and get they bread.”
Muhammad also makes references to serving prison time.
Federal court records show that he was indicted by a California grand jury in Feb. 2005 for selling crack cocaine while carrying a firearm.
Had this not been the case he would have still be in prison where he belongs, saving the taxpayers of Fresno, California the cost of another trial.
On Monday, Muhammad made reference to killing people in a Facebook post.
He is facing four counts of murder and two counts of attempted murder,
Dyer said. He said Muhammad had expressed dislike of whites in Facebook posts; all of the victims were white. Dyer called it a “random act of violence.”
The Fresno Bee
April 18, 2017
Three people are dead in a shooting spree in downtown Fresno on Tuesday, and the suspect was wanted in connection to the Motel 6 killing last week, the Fresno Police Department said.
Kori Ali Muhammad, 39, shouted “Allahu Akbar” as police tackled him to the ground after the shootings which were spread over four locations, Police Chief Jerry Dyer said.
The victims appeared to be random, Dyer said.
Shot Spotter detected the first gunshots around 10:45 a.m. Muhammad shot into a PG&E vehicle killing the passenger.
The driver sped away and drove to Fresno Police headquarters.
Shortly after, he encountered another resident and shot and killed that person.
He then continued to the area of Catholic Charities where he shot and killed a person in the parking lot.
PG&E sent out the following statement:
Our hearts are very heavy today, as we have lost a member of our PG&E family.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of our employee, and all those impacted by this tragic event.
Public and employee safety is always our top priority.
While we focus on safety every day, no training or protective equipment can prepare one for events outside of one’s control.
We are cooperating with law enforcement authorities as they investigate the incident.