After a police-involved shooting on Wednesday, which resulted in the injury of a state trooper and the death of one individual, demonstrators in Atlanta are now demanding for more violence to be used against law enforcement officers and agencies.

According to the Scenes from the Atlanta Forest Twitter account, they are calling for a “Night of Rage” to take place on Friday to engage in “reciprocal violence to be done to the police and their allies.”

“Consider this a call for reciprocal violence to be done to the police and their allies. On Friday, January 20th, wherever you are, you are invited to participate in a night of rage in order to honor the memory of our fallen comrade,” the group wrote on Twitter.

In a subsequent tweet the group said: “The police will kill you if given the chance. Now is the time for bravery. Take care of each other. Be dangerous together.”

In yet another tweet, the organization stated that its account “is not long for this world,” implying that it was aware that the post violated Twitter’s guideline that users should not incite others to violence.

Following an incident on Wednesday morning in which a Georgia State Patrol trooper was shot in the abdomen while wearing a bulletproof vest, the Friday event is taking place. It took place as the authorities were attempting to clear an encampment close to the location where the new Atlanta Police Department (APD) facility is about to be  constructed at a cost of $90 million.

The sweep was conducted as “an operation to identify people who are trespassing and committing other crimes on the property,” the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said.

“At about 9:00 a.m. today, as law enforcement was moving through the property, officers located a man inside a tent in the woods. Officers gave verbal commands to the man who did not comply and shot a Georgia State Patrol Trooper,” GBI said in a statement. “Other law enforcement officers returned fire, hitting the man.”

“Law enforcement evacuated the Trooper to a safe area. The man died on scene,” it added.

The bureau continued: “The injured Georgia State Patrol Trooper was taken to a local hospital where he underwent surgery. A handgun and shell casings were located at the scene. The GBI is working the officer-involved shooting and the investigation is still active and ongoing.”

The names of the officer and the person who passed away have not been made public at this time. The cop was taken to the hospital and is currently in stable condition.