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November 4, 1995 | From Associated Press
It was labeled a hate crime and gave rise to a march and speeches against bigotry. But investigators grew suspicious as they looked more closely at Zhaleh Sarabakhsh's claim that she had been bound, slashed and left to die in a fire at her family's Middle Eastern restaurant. The slash wounds were too shallow, the bonds around her wrists too loose, investigators said. And the tape, as well as the jugs used to spread a flammable liquid in the blaze, were traced back to the Iranian woman herself.
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November 4, 1995 | From Associated Press
It was labeled a hate crime and gave rise to a march and speeches against bigotry. But investigators grew suspicious as they looked more closely at Zhaleh Sarabakhsh's claim that she had been bound, slashed and left to die in a fire at her family's Middle Eastern restaurant. The slash wounds were too shallow, the bonds around her wrists too loose, investigators said. And the tape, as well as the jugs used to spread a flammable liquid in the blaze, were traced back to the Iranian woman herself.
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