$70K bond granted to woman accused of online threats against police

A Clayton County judge granted bond Friday to a woman accused of posting videos online of herself threatening police and white people. But there’s an extra condition if Latausha Naomi Nedd wants to get out of jail.

She can’t make any more videos.

Nedd was arrested last month after police received videos depicting the 42-year-old woman making violent threats, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution previously reported. Investigators identified the woman as Nedd, who lives less than 2 miles from police headquarters. The FBI and U.S. Marshals assisted Clayton County officers and deputies with arresting Nedd, who was charged with terroristic threats and criminal solicitation.

Attorney Gerald Griggs, who represents Nedd, said his client was defending herself from someone who threatened her, Channel 2 Action News reported. Griggs said his client has a First Amendment right to say what she said.

Judge Wanda Dallas previously accused Nedd of inflaming and inciting.

“You show two police officers and say it’s open season on killing cracker cops,” Dallas said. “Does that fix the problems that we have in this country?”

In a separate case, Nedd is accused of beating a friend’s teenage daughter, according to police. She has been charged with cruelty to children and battery in that case.