In his first Fresno County Superior Court appearance as a suspect in the shooting deaths of four men, Kori Muhammad yelled "Let black people go, and reparations!" on Friday, April 20, 2017. Note: Judge Kent Hamlin did not allow the media to photograph or video-record Muhammad in the courtroom.
Ashley Swearengin, president/CEO of Central Valley Community Foundation and a former Fresno mayor, speaks at Catholic Charities, where she announced the donation Thursday, April 20, 2017. Two of the three victims in Tuesday’s shooting rampage were clients at Catholic Charities.
At a news conference Wednesday, April 19, 2017, Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer lists the four men shot and killed allegedly by gunman Kori Ali Muhammad. Carl Williams died April 13. Mark Gassett, David Jackson and Zack Randalls were gunned down in a shooting rampage Tuesday.
Faith leader from Islamic Cultural Center of Fresno and Faith in the Valley respond to a string of shootings that killed three people in downtown Fresno on Tuesday, April 18, 2017. The suspect, Kori Ali Muhammad, was arrested immediately after the shootings.
Community members and faith leaders from On Ramp Covenant Church hold a prayer and vigil in the alley behind the Catholic Charities' Fresno Family Resource Center to honor the three shooting victims that were killed in Fresno on Tuesday, April 18, 2017. Two of the victims were shot near the building by suspect Kori Ali Muhammad.
Monique Skinner, of Fresno, describes watching one of the victims take his last breath and die near her apartment behind Catholic Charities on Tuesday morning, April 18, 2017. Three men were killed when suspect Kori Ali Muhammad went on a shooting rampage in downtown Fresno.
Kori Ali Muhammad, accused of killing three people in a shooting rampage Tuesday, April 18, 2017 in Fresno had recorded at least two HipHop or Rap albums. The video for one show Muhammad in west Fresno. This is an abbreviated version of one recording called 'U Gone Need Me: True Story Kori.'