Mohmoud Hassanen tells Guardian his 17-year-old daughter, Nabra, who was killed on Sunday, that he does not believe authorities’ version of events
Fairfax County police say there is no indication the murder of a 17-year-old Muslim girl, who was walking with a group of friends near their mosque, was based on the victim's religion.
Investigators looking into the killing of a 17-year-old Virginia girl celebrating the Muslim holy month of Ramadan said Monday that the attack does not appear to have been a hate crime but rather a brutal case of road rage.
‘I don’t want any family to feel like what I feel now:’ Answers sought after Muslim teen killed near Va. mosque
The slaying of Nabra Hassanen — whom police say was assaulted and abducted as she and friends headed to their mosque Sunday — raised fears by many that it was another hate crime targeting Muslims. But police say they have found no…
An aunt who was at the court but declined to give her name said Martinez Torres' family is shocked and mystified about the charges against him
(Reuters) - A teenage Muslim girl killed near a Virginia mosque was an apparent victim of "road rage" and her death is not being investigated as a hate crime, police said on Monday.
Darwin A. Martinez Torres, 22, is accused of killing Nabra Hassanen of Reston, Va., who was reportedly walking with her friends back to a mosque after getting breakfast early Sunday.
Police in Virginia on Monday blamed road rage for the killing of a teenage Muslim girl who was allegedly attacked by a driver while walking with friends to her mosque between Ramadan prayers this weekend.