Police say road rage incident led to the death of Virginia Muslim teen

Virginia police believe a road rage incident led to the death of the 17-year-old Muslim girl whose body was found near a mosque, officials said in a press conference Monday evening.
0:24 | 06/20/17

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Police in Fairfax Virginia do not believe the murder of a teenage Muslim girl was a hate crime but instead a case of extreme road rage. Investigators say seventeen year old not for Hobson and was among some fifteen teenagers walking and riding bicycles to a mosque on Sunday. When 22 year old start when Torres got into an argument with one of the boys. Police say tourist chased them with a baseball bat and ended up beating toxin to death.

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