TX: Local business owner accused of hiring hit man to kill HPD officer appears in court

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TX: Local business owner accused of hiring hit man to kill HPD officer appears in court

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Post by ELB » Thu Jun 28, 2018 10:05 am

https://www.click2houston.com/news/loca ... s-in-court
Acevedo said Mohamed was given several penalties and tickets by the officer for too many vehicles parked on his property. He was fined for city ordinance violations in the neighborhood of $2,000.

Police said Mohamed wanted the officer to be "disabled" by paying someone to throw acid in his face, but due to Mohamed receiving more tickets, he wanted the officer dead.

Acevedo said Mohamed met with someone he thought was a hit man, but who actually was an undercover police officer, covering his face with a baseball cap and bandanna. Police said Mohamed covered his face because he did not want to be extorted by the hit man.



Investigators staged the officer's death, took pictures of the officer looking like he was "dead" and staged it to look like a robbery.
I wonder if he advertised on Craigslist for his hitman?
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Re: TX: Local business owner accused of hiring hit man to kill HPD officer appears in court

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Post by Soccerdad1995 » Thu Jun 28, 2018 10:28 am

ELB wrote:
Thu Jun 28, 2018 10:05 am

I wonder if he advertised on Craigslist for his hitman?
I think it would be quicker just to call the police department directly and ask for a hit man. Every hit man out there seems to be either an undercover cop or an informant.

This is clearly a case of cultural bias. Who are we to tell this poor immigrant that he can't handle matters the same way he is used to doing things in his home country? We clearly need to have a little more compassion for this hard working man who is just trying to make a better life for his family...
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