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  • Police: Fresno killing spree suspect said 'I did it, I shot them'

    Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer describes the arrest of Kori Ali Muhammad, 39, after a shooting spree in central Fresno left three dead, including a new PG&E employee.

Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer describes the arrest of Kori Ali Muhammad, 39, after a shooting spree in central Fresno left three dead, including a new PG&E employee. Aleksandra Konstantinovic The Fresno Bee
Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer describes the arrest of Kori Ali Muhammad, 39, after a shooting spree in central Fresno left three dead, including a new PG&E employee. Aleksandra Konstantinovic The Fresno Bee

Experts say shooting rampage is a hate crime – but not an act of terrorism. Here’s why.

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