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Iraqi woman in California was killed by the daughter and her boyfriend, it wasn't a hate crime against Muslims
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Johnny Asia
2012-04-08 13:34:47 UTC
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http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2012/apr/04/records-hint-iraqi-womans-death-not-a-hate-crime/

EL CAJON — Search warrant records obtained Wednesday in the beating
death of an Iraqi-American woman show a family in turmoil and cast
doubt on the likelihood that her slaying was a hate crime.


Shaima Alawadi, a 32-year-old mother of five, was apparently planning
to divorce her husband and move to Texas when she was killed, a family
member told investigators, according to the court documents.

The records obtained at El Cajon Superior Court also reveal Alawadi’s
17-year-old daughter, Fatima Alhimidi, who called 911 to report the
attack, was distraught over her pending arranged marriage to a cousin.

A search of Fatima’s cellphone records shows that while she was being
interviewed by investigators hours after the attack, While she was
being interviewed by police hours after the attack, a text was sent on
Fatima's cellphone, “The detective will find out tell them (can’t)
talk,” the affidavit states.

Fatima and her mother were the only ones at their El Cajon home on
Skyview Street when the attack occurred about 11 a.m. on March 21.

Alawadi’s husband, Kassim Alhimidi, had reportedly left to take the
couple’s other younger children to school, although police state in
the March 27 affidavit that his whereabouts had not yet been
confirmed.

Fatima told El Cajon police that she heard her mother squeal, and 10
seconds later heard the sound of glass breaking, the affidavit said.
She told police she thought her mother had dropped a plate. Ten
minutes later, the daughter discovered her mother lying unconscious on
the ground, near a computer, and called 911.

A neighbor reported seeing a skinny dark-skinned male running west
from the area of Alawadi’s house. He was described as being in his
late teens to early 20s, 5 feet 7 inches tall, 150 pounds, wearing a
dark blue or black hooded sweatshirt and carrying a brown
doughnut-shaped cardboard box.

Alawadi died at a hospital three days later.

An autopsy noted the assault was “extremely violent” and showed
Alawadi had at least six hits to the head, with at least four skull
fractures. The injuries were possibly caused by an object similar to a
tire iron, with a striking edge that is narrow and made of a hard
material, according to the records.

The sheriff’s crime lab determined a threatening handwritten note
found near the victim was a copy, not the original, the records state.

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It is obvious that the daughter is faking grief in this video:


Aviroce
2012-04-09 02:54:25 UTC
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Johnny. I am a scientist Mathematician and believe Everything is
Possible. Anyone could have done it. We must see an investigation.
This is my take on the original story when the murder was originally
announced:

SHE BETRAYED IRAQ, FOUND UNWELCOME HOME IN USA, BURIED IN IRAQ ONLY
REAL HOME

By Aviroce


They betrayed the Iraqi people and therefore achieved earned USA
citizenship. But Americans are not the same as their government.
These Americans are under the delusion that Iraq perpetrated harm
against the United States of America. That is false. It was the
United States of America who perpetrated atrocities and crimes
against humanity to steal Iraqi oil and facilitate the Mosul-Haifa
Pipeline for Israel. On the international platform USA is evil and
USA and Israel (substitute for Jews) are the Twin Devils. Jews
never quit attacking Palestinians, Arabs and Muslims to bulldoze
Palestinian homes, steal the land and build homes for Jews. Jews
are
subversive savages in USA.


Aviroce
http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2012/apr/04/records-hint-iraqi-womans-...
EL CAJON — Search warrant records obtained Wednesday in the beating
death of an Iraqi-American woman show a family in turmoil and cast
doubt on the likelihood that her slaying was a hate crime.
Shaima Alawadi, a 32-year-old mother of five, was apparently planning
to divorce her husband and move to Texas when she was killed, a family
member told investigators, according to the court documents.
The records obtained at El Cajon Superior Court also reveal Alawadi’s
17-year-old daughter, Fatima Alhimidi, who called 911 to report the
attack, was distraught over her pending arranged marriage to a cousin.
A search of Fatima’s cellphone records shows that while she was being
interviewed by investigators hours after the attack, While she was
being interviewed by police hours after the attack, a text was sent on
Fatima's cellphone, “The detective will find out tell them (can’t)
talk,” the affidavit states.
Fatima and her mother were the only ones at their El Cajon home on
Skyview Street when the attack occurred about 11 a.m. on March 21.
Alawadi’s husband, Kassim Alhimidi, had reportedly left to take the
couple’s other younger children to school, although police state in
the March 27 affidavit that his whereabouts had not yet been
confirmed.
Fatima told El Cajon police that she heard her mother squeal, and 10
seconds later heard the sound of glass breaking, the affidavit said.
She told police she thought her mother had dropped a plate. Ten
minutes later, the daughter discovered her mother lying unconscious on
the ground, near a computer, and called 911.
A neighbor reported seeing a skinny dark-skinned male running west
from the area of Alawadi’s house. He was described as being in his
late teens to early 20s, 5 feet 7 inches tall, 150 pounds, wearing a
dark blue or black hooded sweatshirt and carrying a brown
doughnut-shaped cardboard box.
Alawadi died at a hospital three days later.
An autopsy noted the assault was “extremely violent” and showed
Alawadi had at least six hits to the head, with at least four skull
fractures. The injuries were possibly caused by an object similar to a
tire iron, with a striking edge that is narrow and made of a hard
material, according to the records.
The sheriff’s crime lab determined a threatening handwritten note
found near the victim was a copy, not the original, the records state.
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