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Witness says Ethiopian man beaten near D.C. club pleaded for mercy

October 17, 2010

By Paul Duggan and Mary Pat Flaherty

Saturday, October 16, 2010

It was past closing time at a popular rock bar called DC9 when Ali Ahmed Mohammed showed up, looking to get in, as police tell it. After being turned away at the door, he became angry. He picked up two bricks and hurled them through the nightclub’s front window, witnesses told investigators.

What happened next, about 2:30 a.m. Friday, was a “savage” case of “vigilante justice,” D.C. Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier said. Read more

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2 comments on “Witness says Ethiopian man beaten near D.C. club pleaded for mercy

  1. “five employees from the popular gay-friendly venue DC9???? [url]http://www.pinkbananaworld.com/content-detail.cfm?ID=400711[/url]

  2. Aha, based on the above comment, I think the accused club owner and employees probably lied when they said “the victim [b][u]tried to gain access[/u][/b] and when he was refused he threw bricks and damadged the property”.

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