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Sunday, March 05, 2006

Let's see: He graduated in philosophy and psychology? We need more students like him. Call your nearby Homeland Security office...and ask for more...

Man Is Charged After Driving Into Group of Students

Published: March 5, 2006
CHAPEL HILL, N.C., March 4 (AP) — A recent University of North Carolina graduate was charged with nine counts of attempted murder on Saturday, a day after the authorities said he drove through a popular campus gathering spot in an attempt to avenge Muslim deaths.
Derek Poarch, chief of the university police, confirmed Saturday that the defendant, Mohammed Reza Taheri-azar, 22, a native of Iran, had told investigators that he wanted to "avenge the deaths or murders of Muslims around the world."
Mr. Taheri-azar was also charged with nine counts of assault.
No one was seriously hurt in the incident just before noon Friday at the Pit, a sunken, brick-paved area near the center of the campus surrounded by two libraries, a dining hall and the student union. A witness said Mr. Taheri-azar had entered the crowded area slowly, then sped through.
Five students and a visiting scholar were treated at hospitals and released, the university said. Three other people declined treatment, the police said.
Mr. Taheri-azar is being held on a $5.5 million bond and was scheduled to appear in court on Monday. Mr. Taheri-azar, who called the police to surrender, is cooperating with investigators, the chief said. The Federal Bureau of Investigation has also interviewed him.
Mr. Taheri-azar graduated from the university in December after studying psychology and philosophy.


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