Unsealed documents from a Portland, Maine court have revealed the gruesome evidence investigators from the local police department and prosecutor’s office discovered in the August death Freddy Akoa, a 49-year-old health-care worker, at the hands of three Muslim men. The affidavits and court documents had been sealed upon the request of the prosecutor.

The horrifying details of a savage beating death of Akoa, a Christian, by the three Muslims have shocked the Portland, Maine community and raised concerns about the government-sponsored influx of immigrants from Islamic countries.

The three Muslims charged with “murder by depraved indifference” are Mohamud Mohamed, Osman Sheikh, and Abil Teshome, who range from 21 to 36 in age, are being held in the Cumberland County, Maine jail.

Akoa, a Christian immigrant from Africa, was found dead in his apartment, the victim of an hours-long beating that left him with 22 broken ribs, a lacerated liver, cuts and bruises all over his body, as well as several fatal head wounds, which were inflicted with pieces of furniture.

Akoa’s blood-spattered Bible was found lying next to his body. A piece of paper bearing the name of one of the Somali’s charged with the beating death was found beneath his body.

Police Detective, Rich Vogel, of the Portland Police Department was unable to provide details about the ongoing investigation, but expressed confidence that the facts of the case would eventually be exposed.

“I can’t go into any of the details. I’m just not at liberty to give out any information about a case. Eventually the whole story will come out. It always does.”

Police believe the victim knew his killers, as there was no sign of forced-entry at the scene of the brutal murder, and Akoa’s Portland apartment showed signs that a friendly get-together turned may have turned ugly.

Video surveillance of the apartment building showed two of the assailants leaving the building in the early morning hours, and a purse found in the apartment led police to a fourth party, a woman, who provided the key evidence leading to the arrests.

The State Department has relocated over 1,000 Somali refugees in Portland since 2002 and continues to bring between 600 and 800 more into the U.S. each month.

U.S. Representative Brian Babin (R-TX) has introduced legislation in Congress demanding a moratorium on refugee resettlement until an assessment is made to determine both the financial costs and national security risks to national security of the State Department program.

h/t EagleRising


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