Dad accused of killing 3 daughters called mom and said, ‘You can come home now because I killed the kids,’ she says
Published July 12, 2012
The long-running feud between Salman and the City of Phoenix culminated in the summer of 2009 when nearly a dozen police along with city inspectors raided their home. Armed with a search warrant, police confined the Salman family to the living room as they combed the property looking for violations.
Salman is the owner of Mighty Mike’s Burgers — and he is also an ordained pastor. He and his wife have been hosting Bible studies on their 4.6-acre property since 2005. The gatherings were originally attended by as many as 15 people.
In 2007, they received a letter from the city informing them that the Bible studies were not permitted in their living room because it was in violation of the construction code.
A few months later, members of the Phoenix Fire Dept. broke up the family’s Good Friday fellowship. As many as 20 people were in their backyard eating a meal when firefighters threatened to call the police – unless their guests left the premises.
KCNA via ReutersNorth Korean leader Kim Jong Un and an unidentified woman believed to be Hyon Song Wol applaud during a performance in Pyongyang in a picture released by the state media on July 9, 2012.