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CrimeSuspect in fatal Tampa mosque shooting released from jail after posting bail

21:35  01 july  2019
21:35  01 july  2019 Source:   tampabay.com

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Suspect in fatal Tampa mosque shooting released from jail after posting bail© [Hillsborough County Sheriffand#x2019;s Office]/TNS/Tampa Bay Times/TNS MD Rakibul Haque, 42, was arrested Saturday on a charge of second-degree murder and was released from jail early Monday after posting $250,000 bail, records show. He is accused of fatally shooting 36-year-old Rafat Saeed after a scuffle outside a crowded Tampa mosque on May 20.

TAMPA — The suspect arrested in the fatal shooting of a man outside the Islamic Society of Tampa Bay was released from jail early Monday after posting bail.

MD Rakibul Haque, 42, posted the $250,000 bail and was released about 4 a.m., records show.

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The Temple Terrace insurance agent turned himself in to the Orient Road jail on Saturday after learning there was a warrant for his arrest, according to the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office and jail records. He was booked on a second-degree felony murder charge and a judge set the bail amount at a hearing on Sunday.

Haque walked past a WFLA Ch. 8 news crew outside the Orient Jail and got into a waiting sport utility vehicle.

"He's not talking," a person walking alongside Haque said.

The shooting took place May 20. An off-duty deputy detained Haque soon after outside the mosque's parking lot following a Ramadan prayer service. Deputies did not identify either man after the shooting, but family identified the victim as Rafat Saeed.

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Sam Badawi, an attorney representing Huda Kareem, Saeed's widow, told the Tampa Bay Times that Haque's arrest was "a big relief for the family."

Kareem filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the mosque and Haque in Hillsborough County circuit court days after her husband's death.

Saeed and Haque knew each other and had been at odds for years, according to the Islamic Society and the lawsuit. Haque stopped Saeed for speeding through the parking lot and the two argued, the complaint said. Then the two men fought. Haque shoved Saeed "face—first" to the ground, then shot him in the back, the lawsuit said.

A preliminary medical examiner's report confirmed that Saeed was killed by a bullet in the "left aspect of (Saeed's) back."

The wrongful death suit seeks damages from the mosque because of "negligent retention, training and supervision" of the mosque's "security team," made up of volunteer members of the congregation.

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Haque was one of those volunteers, the lawsuit said, and was working security following the mosque's late-night prayer service. Haque saw Saeed cut through the mosque's parking lot on his way home from another nearby mosque, the suit said.

Records show Haque has no previous arrest history in Florida.

Senior news researcher Caryn Baird contributed to this report. Contact Tony Marrero at [email protected] or (813) 226-3374. Follow @tmarrerotimes.

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