Chapel Hill Shooting victims, 3 Muslim students honored at N.C. State basketball game

Chapel Hill Shooting victims Deah Shaddy Barakat, 23, his wife Yusor Mohammad, 21, and her sister Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha, 19 were honored before a college basketball game at North Carolina State University Wednesday, Fox News reported.

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Barakat is pursuing an advanced degree in dentistry, while his wife Yusor is about to take dentistry in the fall.

Recalled by one his friends, Barakat was "just a world-class person".

"He was one of the people that you see that make an impact on your life right away with his happiness, his joy, his support for me before I got to State", Abdul-Malik Abu said.

"Then when I got to State, always excited to see me, always ready to spread good and positive vibes. He ran many charities. Overall, he was just a world-class person.", Abu added.

The N.C. students wore green ribbons to honor the victims.

According to police reports, the horrible incident happened due to a parking dispute.

Charged with three counts of first-degree murder, shooter Craig Stephen Hicks, 46 is now under police custody.

The father of the victims said, the shooting looked more like an execution.

"It was execution-style, a bullet in every head", Mohammad sisters' father Dr. Mohammad Abu-Salha told reporters.

Source: Fox News

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