Skip to comments.Tenant Charged After Landlord, Father Found Nearly Beheaded in Brooklyn Building
Posted on 01/08/2014 10:13:04 AM PST by Third Person
A 27-year-old man has been charged with murder after the landlord of his Brooklyn building was found nearly decapitated in the basement Tuesday, police say.
Rasel Siddiquee was arrested early Wednesday in connection with the death of Mahuddin Mahmud, a 57-year-old businessman and father of three who was found with his head nearly cut off and his face burned in the basement of a building he owned, according to the NYPD.
Police found Mahmud's body after getting a 911 call about an assault at the building on McDonald Avenue in Kensington. Siddiquee lived in the basement, police say.
Family and friends say Mahmud, a Bangladeshi immigrant, came to the U.S. decades ago and worked hard to build a computer software training business.
A childhood friend told NBC 4 New York that Mahmud believed so much in the American dream that his wedding portrait hangs next to an American flag.
Mahmud had a wife and three children, ages 20, 9 and 4.
Siddiquee is also charged with criminal possession of a weapon. It's not immediately known whether he has an attorney.
An intra-Muslim squabble...solved in the customary way or at least one that conforms to the Koran
Multiculturalism and diversity at work. We should all be rejoicing that such cultural enrichment has been visited on our shores.
Are they nearly dead?
Kill my landlord, Kill my landlord....C-I-L-L my landlord.
The Religion of Pieces...
A piece of you here, and a piece of you over there, and oh, there’s another piece on the ceiling!
I remember that..................
Note to self: do not be a landlord to insane moozlums
Perp muslim probably objected to the perceived American patriotism of the victim muslim.
Wonder why more ‘moderate’ muslims aren’t outspoken? Behold the reason.
Ole Hans sure has a way with words.
the unholy steenkin koran insists on it!
Whatever happened to people named something like “Joe Smith”?
They don’t behead people so they don’t make the news.
"Prose and Cons" featuring Tyrone Green reciting "Cill my Landlord."