It is nearly a three weeks since our colleague Abu Muhammed was callously murdered inside the grounds of Hathian Police Department, executed with a single bullet to the back of the head by a police officer for simply defending a woman (Aria Senesca), a prisoner under the care of local law enforcement, whom had been dragged from her cell, tied to a stake and set on fire by the same police department that is supposedly here to protect and serve the public rather than act like judge, jury, and executioner.
Since this tragic event, it would appear that the story has been buried by HPD with there being no mention of a follow-up investigation or independent inquiry into to the death of Mr Muhammed, and no one seemingly being held accountable for firing the shot that ended his life.
Therefore we are calling for anyone that may have been a witness on that fateful day or has any information about the events of that day to please contact Joanne Steel ((joanne1979)) at the Hathian Observer or you can stop by our offices behind the Pawn Shop to speak to her in person.
In the interests of journalistic impartiality, the Hathian Observer did try to speak to someone at HPD regarding Mr Muhammed’s case, however it would seem that the officer we dealt with, Officer Serano, preferred to insult, bait, and try to belittle any requests to speak to someone regarding the case and our demands to speak to a more senior officer who would actually do their job, showing the sort of scant regard for the public we have sadly become accustomed to from HPD over recent times. Eventually, a female detective came over and was equally as dismissive of the requests and the media and left with a parting threat. As of going to press, we have still not heard anything from HPD in defence of their handling of Mr Muhammed’s case and the investigation into his murder.