Until I accidentally ran across this web-article, I had never heard of this case. Does anyone out there know anything more?
More (old) information.
WDSU makes it sound as if the murder may have been linked to her family ties.
Nancy Grace seems to think the husband did it although he was completely cleared almost immediately after the crime.
The linked article bemoans the fact that this case has not been reported widely, and then goes on and on about how terrible that is, mentioning media reporting of other crimes around the country and implying that it is predjuice or insensitivity or something that keeps it out of the news.Originally Posted by Pandora
One has to wonder, however, why the reporter didn't take the opportunity to put out some actual facts in the case, instead of using it as an opening for a soap box diatribe.
Ten years after Iman Muhanna Mohammed was stabbed to death in the bedroom of her Metairie home, her murderer is still free, WDSU-TV reported. Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office detectives have never identified a suspect in the death of the 42-year-old teacher who was six months pregnant at the time she was killed.
Mohammed's husband, Fakhri, told investigators he left their home in the 2200 block of North Sibley Street on Dec. 17, 2004, to take their children to school. When he returned, he found her dead in their bed, stabbed 33 times.