The video appears to show Edward Cagney Mathews repeatedly calling his neighbor the n-word
A man who police say yelled racist slurs in front of a residence in Mount Laurel, N.J., on Friday gave out his address to a person filming him, and then challenged them to visit his home.
“Bring whoever,” the man police identified as Edward Cagney Mathews, 45, added.
The video, which appears to show Mathews repeatedly calling his Black neighbor the n-word and a “monkey,” went viral.
Three days later, protesters started showing up at the address listed in the video. By Monday morning, dozens of protesters had gathered outside Mathews’s door, chanting “We want Edward!” the Philadelphia Inquirer reported. And, by the evening, the crowd appeared to have grown to more than 100.