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Muslim TV exec pleads not guilty in wife beheading

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By Michelle Malkin  •  March 13, 2009 07:56 PM

There’s an update in the case of the barbaric Muslim beheading in Buffalo. Accused murderer Muzzammil Hassan has pleaded not guilty of the crime.

Let me guess: It’s Bush’s fault. The infidels’ fault. The Jews’ fault.

Or: He was just redistributing life. Preserving the family honor. Glorifying Allah.

Details of the plea:

The founder of a Muslim-American television station pleaded not guilty Friday to beheading his estranged wife.

Muzzammil “Mo” Hassan, 44, is charged with one count of second-degree murder for the Feb. 12 death of 37-year-old Aasiya Hassan at the offices of Bridges TV in the suburb of Orchard Park.

The Pakistani-born businessman, who has been in custody since reporting his wife’s death soon after it happened, remained held without bail.

“The proof of guilt in this case is strong,” prosecutor Colleen Curtin Gable told Erie County Judge Thomas Franczyk. She cited alleged admissions, forensic evidence and “strong motive evidence.” Aasiya Hassan was stabbed multiple times and decapitated less than a week after having her husband served with divorce papers.

…The case against Hassan is striking in its irony. Muzzammil and Aasiya Hassan launched the Bridges TV network in 2004, saying they wanted to counter negative stereotypes and media portrayals of Muslims.

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