Who Is Jahmal Latimer? Jahmal is the leader of the Rise of the moors, a group of Wakefield Standoff Suspects.
Jahmal Latimer is the Moorish American Consular Post Head of the anti-government group Rise of the Moors. The group is a sovereign citizen movement, and they do not recognize any of the US laws. The followers of the group also believe they are the aboriginal people of the US.
Rise of the Moors has a Youtube channel with over 16k subscribers and a big social media presence. Jahmal and ten other people got arrested on July 3, 2021, and they are expected to appear in court the following Tuesday.
Who Is Jahmal Latimer?
Jahmal Latimer is also known as Talib Abdulla Bey.
Latimer is the self-proclaimed leader of a group of heavily armed men, Rise of The Moors.
Latimer claims that he is the head of the U.S. Moorish Consular Post. Jahmal is the co-founder of the Rise of the Moors, a nonprofit educational group in Rhode Island, as per their website. According to UK Time News, Jahmal Latimer claims to be the Grand Chief of the territory and his supporters are the American nationals.
Jahmal Latimer showed off him wielding a gun, and he also bragged about having three more guns in a Youtube video. The group was displaying the Moroccan flag, and they told the police they were heading to a training camp in Maine. The Moorish Sovereign Citizens movement’s followers believe that they are independent of the authority of any state or federal government.
Jahmal Latimer Religion And Nationality Details Revealed
Jahmal Latimer’s religion is not revealed to the public.
However, their group takes a part of their teaching from Moorish Science Temple’s religious sect.
Jahmal Latimer’s nationality might be American.
Latimer’s age might be in the late 30s.
Jahmal is not on Wikipedia, but one can read about the Rise of the Moors leader in recent news articles. The details about Latimer’s family and personal life are currently private.
Why Was Jahmal Latimer Arrested?
Jahmal live-streamed his standoff with the police.
Jahmal and other men got stopped on Route 95 in Wakefield. He and ten other suspects have been charged with illegal possession of ammunition and firearm, possession of a large number of magazines, use of bulletproof vests in a crime. They also got charged with improper storage of firearms in the vehicle, reports New York Post.
Latimer was previously arrested in early 2020 by the Rhode Island State Police for disorderly conduct, obstructing a police officer, and resisting arrest. The case is still pending as per court orders.