Something tells me the mainstream media is going to drop this story fast.
The mainstream media was all set to mae a hate crime case out of the teenage Muslim girl beaten to death by a bat in Northern Va.
The suspect drove up on a curb and the group of teens ran. Detectives believe the suspect became enraged from the argument when he got out of his car and began chasing the group with a bat. He caught Hassanen and hit her with the bat before taking her in his car to a second unidentified location in Loudon County.
Here is how the Chicago Tribune headlines the story:
Islamic leaders are questioning Virginia detectives’ insistence that the beating death of a teenage Muslim girl appears to have been a case of road rage, saying the attack looks all too much like a hate crime.
Abas Sherif, a spokesman for the victim’s family, said Nabra and all the other girls in her group were wearing Muslim head coverings and loose Islamic robes when the driver approached.
“Road rage. Indeed. If you think for a minute that her appearance had nothing to do with this crime, you’re lying to yourself,” tweeted attorney Rabia Chaudry, a prominent Muslim activist who lives in the Washington suburbs.
ADAMS is one of the largest mosques in the country, and is particularly busy during Ramadan. Observant Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset during Ramadan, and since Ramadan this year overlaps with the summer solstice, and sunrise occurs well before 6 a.m., some Muslims will eat large meals in predawn hours.
And a typical reader comment:
Sadly, Middle Easterners who emigrate here are going to have to come to grips with the fact that in America, people kill others for almost any reason, especially if you look or act differently than the traditional white American.
But The suspect has been identified as Darwin Martinez Torres.
ICE said in a statement Monday that they have filed a detainer on Torres, a citizen of El Salvador, for potential deportation as he is believed to be in the U.S. illegally.
My guess is you will not be hearing much more about this story.