As usual, they are trying to sue for a ‘hate crime’.
HOUSTON – Relatives said Ziad Abu Naim, 42, was shot in a road rage argument on Friday and is not expected to survive.
He is partially paralyzed and is being kept alive by machines at Memorial Hermann Hospital, according to relatives.
However, Naim’s fate isn’t why loved ones are afraid to show their faces. “No one should be shot like that,” said a niece, who did not want to be identified. “That was brutal and cruel.”
Houston Police said a man shot Naim in the face during a road rage argument on Greenridge Drive and Fairdale Lane.
The shooter told police it was self-defense.
He claims he fired one shot after Naim got out his Porsche throwing punches.
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