Man arrested for death threats against US service members

A man in south Florida is now facing federal charges after he made several threatening messages towards minority groups online.

34-year-old Mostafa Hussaini was responsible for a string of bizarre YouTube videos, which often involved Hussaini rambling about his hatred for American people and his desire to burn them.

“I don’t like blacks,” he said, operating under the pseudonym Vam Vima. “I don’t know any blacks, I can not even name any blacks. I don’t know any black people.”

“I don’t like blacks, Spanish, some white, but there is no whites in Miami,” he added.

Hussaini’s videos were often semi-coherent and shot while he was walking on the beaches of South Florida.

“Black people uses these beaches when you speak of black, you look where your stuff is cuz they steal your stuff they’re thieves,” he said.

In one video, Hussaini (incorrectly) filmed a roadside and claimed that Miami Beach allows the concealed carry of automatic weapons that anyone can get.

“Imagine burning some black Soldiers,” he said in another video. “They’re going to look very black after I’m done burning them. I convert thousands of millions of that so there will be lots of burning…”

Hussaini rambled on further, discussing how people were burned in the Vietnam War.

According to CBS Local Miami, Hussaini was finally rounded up after an interaction with Nova Southeastern University security assets and the Davie Police Department led to him finding himself on the FBI’s radar.

Hussaini will remain in detention until a hearing on Wednesday.

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