Monday, January 18, 2010

Dhimmisota: Muslims Murder Muslims

Video: 2 charged in Seward killings

Muslim Teens appear in court in Minneapolis triple-murder case

Two teens charged in a triple homicide made first court appearances as the Somali community stood witness.
Last update: January 16, 2010 - 8:27 AM

More than 200 East African immigrants tried to squeeze into back-to-back Hennepin County court sessions Friday for two teenage Somali boys facing murder charges in the shooting deaths of three men last week at a Seward neighborhood store.
More than half those who came to support the families of the victims and the defendants had to wait outside as Mahdi Hassan Ali, 17, and his friend, Ahmed Shire Ali, 17, appeared before a judge for the first time since the Jan. 6 shootings at the Seward Market and Halal Meats in south Minneapolis. (The teenagers are friends and not related.)
During separate hearings, District Judge Gary Larson set bail at $3 million for each.
Mahdi Ali was the alleged gunman in what authorities have described as a robbery turned fatal. Ahmed Ali allegedly confined two people to the back of the store while his friend robbed and shot the men up front, according to a criminal complaint...


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