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Tar Heel Terrorist: Indicted
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An update on the Muslim revenge driver at UNC-Chapel Hill:

A man charged with trying to kill students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill by driving through a popular campus gathering spot was indicted Monday on nine counts of attempted first-degree murder.

Mohammed Taheri-Azar, a UNC-Chapel Hill graduate, also was indicted on four counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill and five counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury.

Taheri-Azar is accused of driving through the gathering spot, known as the Pit, on March 3, hitting nine people. He has said his actions were in retaliation for the deaths of Muslims throughout the world caused by the United States.

Bob Owens observes: “I can only wonder if Chapel Hill (motto: “Left of Center, Right at Home”) will raise monies for his defense fund. Some people have already thought about doing just that.”



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