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  • 'Let black people go!' shooting spree suspect Kori Muhammad yells in court

    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.

'Let black people go!' shooting spree suspect Kori Muhammad yells in court

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.
Aleksandra Konstantinovic The Fresno Bee